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Sometimes I feel like the Benjamin Button of gaming. I have this compulsion to play a game series in sequential order that keeps me from, say, playing Dynasty Warriors Next on the Vita without playing every musou game ever made first.
First off, why would I want to play DW Next, you ask? Simple: it's on the Vita, and I love that system. I have real feelings for it. You have no right to judge me. I want to play every game that even approaches respectability on the system because
After years of robot slashing and off-screen, bloodless stabbings, it might be a little shocking to see Wolverine literally tearing new assholes all over people's bodies. The shock is understandable: He's been mainstreamed and tamed down to PG13 TMNT levels over the past couple of decades, but it's still surprising that there should be any shock at all. What the hell did you think he did with those claws? Protip: He puts them inside people in varied and creative ways as they use their last
Updated 09 Mar 2012 at 09:48 AM by Mzo
Developer Other Ocean plumbs deep, so deep, into Paramount's licensing files that they put Herbert George Welles's ass to sleep with a side-scrolling platforming War of the Worlds video game. Using the original novel as a jumping-off point, it tells a parallel story set during the novel's alien invasion featuring excellent visuals based on the 1953 movie adaptation.
You take control of Arthur Clarke (not that one), a man in search of his family amidst the general devastation wreaked