Jamie revisits some of his favourite single player moments.
The opening hour of Bioshock Infinite is one of the most evocative in video games, but the level of violence in the game only evokes frustration from me.
Without a doubt this has been a great year for games. Be it indie titles or big budget retail titles, some fantastic games have come out in 2012 with more than a few that ended up being wonderful surprises. I haven’t been able to play all of them, but here are the ones that were the best and most memorable for me.
The typical game narrative of being a hero setting out to singlehandedly save the universe is often at odds with the mechanics of killing hundreds, if not thousands of people to do so.
Spec Ops: The Line has a number of technical and mechanical problems but, unlike many other war-based shooters, has a meaningful, thoughtful story that is likely to stay with you.
Go “behind the line” with Yager, the developers of Spec Ops: The Line in part 2 of this developer diary about the just-released third-person shooter from 2K Games. http://youtu.be/LSppEO-qh4g
Go “behind the line” with Yager, developer of Spec Ops: The Line, in this new developer diary about the upcoming third-person shooter from 2K Games. http://youtu.be/MRWQ2X5giV0