It seems as though huge blockbuster games are coming out constantly, but shockingly enough, not many of them offer a fully immersive co-op experience.
I spent most of 1999 kicking the asses of teenage boys and grown men in Pokemon, the official trading card game.
The crevice in front of him began to widen until he could see into it and he realized the opening was emitting a faint red light, almost pink. Squinting into the light, he could just barely make out the shape of something…
Whether it is lemons or candies (or lemon-flavored candies), life is indeed what you make of it.
There’s no spoon-feeding here — you are as clueless as if you were actually blindfolded, driven to this location, and left to fend for yourself. And it’s fun as hell.
This game is the very first 3D Adventure games I played on my own console, in my own home, not at a friends place. The moment I put this game in and saw the colours and the graphics, I new this was the future!
If you are facing new challenges / obstacles, then you’re going the right way.
Imagine running over pedestrians in this.
It’s like Weeping Angels in Doctor Who!
The live-tweet that every gamer needs to read.