Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut (PS3)
Developed by Superflat Games
Published by Curve Studios
Released September 24, 2013
Review Written March 22, 2014
Another game from my Christmas sale binge, Lone Survivor is another recent title that I pursued without knowing any prior information about the game. Created by Jasper Byrne of Superflat Games, Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut is an atmospheric survival horror game reminiscent of the Silent Hill Series. Taking a different route visually, Lone Survivor is a 16-bit side-scroller that still manages to bring the fear. Though it may look like an odd SNES released twenty years too late, this indie title has much to offer once you leap into the rabbit hole.
Hey everyone! New things are on the horizon. Finally ordered a new capture device to actually get gaming footage. This creates two possibilities and one improvement. The improvement is that with this capture device (Hauppauge PVR2) I can have better quality pictures for the written reviews! No more standard definition pics with screen tearing or interlace lines, hopefully. The two possibilities are that with a better capture device I can start uploading Lets Plays/Gameplay footage and Video Reviews to go along with the written reviews. This’ll be a new path to trek, but I’m sure it’ll bring great results, but with video reviews thrown into the bunch the time between reviews might be increased a bit. Also, I’m still working on updating the look of the site via background/header. That might also take a while. Besides this news I also picked up a few new games this week. They include:
Syphon Filter 2 (PS)
The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC (PS3)
Developed by Naughty Dog
Published by Sony Computer Entertainment
Released February 14, 2014
Review Written March 8, 2014
WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FROM THE MAIN CAMPAIGN. ONLY READ IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE SINGLE PLAYER CAMPAIGN.
Finally finding time to hit the keys again, here’s my review of The Last of Us DLC, Left Behind. As Naughty Dog’s first attempt at single player DLC following the positive reception of The Last of Us, this addition to the main story has some big shoes to fill. Not surprisingly, Left Behind does fill those shoes quite well in maintaining the story flow similar to the main game as well as bringing the emotional drama that many of us have come to savor from the Last of Us.
Hey everyone! Another week, another slew of games added to the collection. This week I picked up a few games which include:
Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem (Gamecube)