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En garde! ‘Nidhogg’ is simple fencing fun

These days, many see fighting games as impenetrable messes of button combinations and complex controllers, but there’s been a resurgence of sorts that harkens back to the days of simple, mono-a-mono fights. “Divekick” provided an exceedingly simple fighting system — to the point of being a parody. And while “Nidhogg” is a fair bit more complex than “Divekick,” it still takes the “easy to learn, hard to master” philosophy and runs with it, making for a tense and fun fighting experience.

Downloadable game offers some explosive fun

Xbox owners looking for a fun diversion from the deluge of shooters and sports games on the platform should look no further than the quirky puzzle/platform/social experiment game "'Splosion Man." You play an explosive science experiment has broken out of his containment and is running amok in the same laboratory in which he was created.

Game Review: “The Witcher 3” lives up to expectations

Let's cut straight to the chase: does “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” live up to the incredible hype that's been surrounding it for years? The...

‘Elite: Dangerous’ is worth the effort

To enjoy “Elite: Dangerous,” players really have to want to enjoy it. They need to spend the time mastering the controls, learning the procedures,...

Kinky Tetris: block puzzles and adultery

Catherine loves you. It’s true, she does. She comes over every night just to satisfy your carnal desires, and to top it off, she’s...

“SOMA” just can’t live up to “Amnesia”

“Amnesia: The Dark Descent” was really, really friggin' scary. It wasn't the only game to trigger the indie horror game phenomenon, but with its...

Sonic and the Secret Rings

Of all the outdated franchises littering store shelves with rehashes and cash-ins these days, no intellectual property is more in need of a redesign than Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog. Following the abysmal "Sonic the Hedgehog," a so-called "next-gen" title for the Xbox 360 and PS3, Sonic makes a dash to Nintendo's hot new console with an innovative game built from the ground up for the Wii.

Raiding tombs optional in new ‘Tomb Raider’

Lara Croft is back and grittier than ever in her brand new origin story. “Tomb Raider,” developed by Crystal Dynamics, tells how a budding archeologist becomes a survivor and legend.

‘FTL: Faster Than Light’ is an addictive and punishing spacefaring adventure

It’s safe to say that a great number of us grew up wanting to be a starship captain. Negotiating with fantastical creatures, researching strange new life forms, working through encounters with hostile space pirates — the life of the captain is a compelling one.

Game Review: “Splatoon” is great fun mired by antiquated decisions

“Splatoon” is a fantastic multiplayer shooter. One of the best in ages. Were it not for a few glaring issues, it would be up...

‘Majora’s Mask’: A somber classic

Link is traveling through the Lost Woods until a mysterious Skull Kid kidnaps his horse, Epona. After giving chase, Link meets with a terrible...

Words are weapons in ‘Typing of the Dead: Overkill’

Many old arcade fans fondly remember “The House of the Dead,” a series of light-gun games that had players shooting up zombies. It was so popular that it later inspired, of all things, a typing tutor, “The Typing of the Dead,” in which players used a keyboard instead of a light gun to kill zombies using the power of spelling and grammar. It was very tongue-in-cheek, combining the already faux-terrible acting of the series with the silliness of deadly words.

The Ten-Week Initiative: Does “Red Dead Redemption” really hold up?

Westerns aren't a genre that you see often in video games. Perhaps this is a sign of the times we live in; the Wild...

The Escher complex of ‘Antichamber’

Enter the world of “Antichamber,” a first-person PC puzzler developed by industry newcomer Alexander Bruce. Bruce has been working on the game for four years. What he accomplished is incredible.

‘Fistful of Frags:’ A goofy shooter in the Old West

When thinking of multiplayer shooters these days, most people think of massive assault rifles, fast-paced running and gunning and lightning-quick action. So what happens when...

New Wii game takes steps forward in motion-controlled shooting

Okay, first off, if you sold your Wii for a Playstation or an Xbox, you are missing out on something really special. If you haven't and you like playing bowling and.bowling, you will be pleased to know that there is actually a hardcore shooter game available for the Wii.

‘Viscera Cleanup Detail’ is surprisingly entertaining

Can a janitor simulator captivate gamers?

‘Le Chevalier D’Eon’

French historical fiction is getting an odd renaissance in anime, with recent adaptations of "The Count of Monte Cristo" and "Les Miserables," and now "Le Chevalier D'Eon," an original work based on a real French spy during the time of King Louis XV. The most notable thing about the real d'Eon Beaumont was the confusion over his sex; there were rumors he was actually a woman (he did disguise himself as Lia de Beaumont during a secret mission to Russia), and he actually claimed he was a woman in the latter part of his life, although anatomically he wasn't.

‘Pre-Sequel’ is the same old thing

By Diego Barros-Barnes and George Hyde [email protected] In 2010, players were first introduced to the world of “Borderlands,” a strange mix of “Mad Max” with “Diablo”...

‘Thief’ can’t keep up

Title: “Thief” Developer: Eidos Montreal Platform: PS3, PS4, 360, XBO, PC Genre: Stealth Rating: 2 The original “Thief” was a landmark in stealth titles when it was released in...

Headline: “Wrong Number:” Fun to play, confusing to follow

“Hotline Miami” released in 2012 and became the most violent video game ever made. In essence, it was a drug-fueled psychopathic adventure wherein the...

Handheld zombie game brutalizes the virtual living

The quirky PSP game “Undead Knights” is riding the meat of the zombie train. Being part strategy game, part "Dynasty Warriors," and part "God...

Video game review: Jeanne d’Arc

So far, the recent crop of stories out of Japan based on French historical fiction has been of outstanding quality, with anime like "Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo," "Le Chevalier D'Eon" and now the PSP strategy role-playing game, "Jeanne D'Arc."

Super-powered play makes new action game hit

"Prototype," the new game from Activision has everything that a young gamer could want in Manhattan. It's a game that caters to fans of open-world sandbox style games (Grand Theft Auto) and slasher heavy action games, (Devil May Cry) and crazy acrobatics. Notice how there is nothing subtitled here.

Heather’s Fall Semester Game Picks

School is probably going to kick your butt this semester, but don’t let the stress overwhelm you. When you need to cool off and...

‘MuraMasa’ uses Japanese lore, unique art style to draw players in

“MuraMasa” is basically an interactive Japanese oil painting that is fun as it is beautiful. “MuraMasa” is a hack-and-slash 2D exploration game in the vein...

‘Zeno Clash’ provides fresh take on first-person-shooter

First-person shooter games are notorious for falling in the rut of killing Nazis over and over again, largely because killing Nazis still manages to...

New ‘Duke Nukem’ game a terrible

After 14 years in development hell, “Duke Nukem Forever” is actually in the hands of paying customers. But it is any good? The answer...

Game Review: ‘ScribbleNauts’ puzzles gets players brain-tied

Every year or so, a rare title comes around that confounds and amazes everyone who holds it. This year’s title is “ScribbleNauts,” a quirky...

‘Rainbow Six: Vegas,’ ‘Elite Beat Agents,’ ‘Gears of War’

'Rainbow Six: Vegas' 4.5/5 Stars "Rainbow Six: Vegas" puts the player in control of a Jack Bauer-esque covert ops agent and a pair of armored cronies. The mission: Take out the typical bad guys in a new environment. The "Rainbow Six" series has long been a solid source for tactical shooters.