Ninja Theory’s reboot of the Devil May Cry franchise has been surrounded by controversy. Many fans of the previous four games have been crying out in protest over Ninja Theory’s handling of this reboot. From the radical tonal shift, to the color of Dante’s hair; there’s nothing these fans won’t complain about. I’m here to tell them that they’re dead wrong. DmC: Devil May Cry isn’t just an outstanding Devil May Cry game, it’s an outstanding game PERIOD.
Far Cry 3. It’s a game. It’s also, the best, most bombastic, kick-ass and batshit insane Far Cry game yet. You play as Jason Brody, a “DudeBro” who has come to Rook Island to party with your friends and your two brothers. When you and your group are kidnapped, it’s up to you to escape and systematically free your friends from Vaas, the madman who was behind it. He plans to sell your into slavery. Brody’s transformation from wimpy white kid from the States into hardened killer of mercenaries and assassins is somewhat jarring at first. Not only does this lend some story-credence to the built in RPG mechanics, it also provides a some what relatable narrative.
Its hard to believe that Pokémon Red and Blue were released thirteen years ago. In that relatively short span of time we’ve had five different generations of Pokémon games and with each new generation, new Pokémon, locations and concepts are introduced. Here we are at the beginning of the fifth generation. Is this new generation worth your precious dough? Read on to find out.