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    Crysis 2

    Crysis 2 is a first-person shooter. The player assumes the role of a Force Recon Marine called Alcatraz. Similar to its predecessor, it provides freedom to customize weaponry and abilities. Crytek wanted to avoid making another game set in a true jungle environment (as were Far Cry and Crysis); New York City has been dubbed an “urban jungle”. More

  • Halo Wars

    Halo Wars

    Halo Wars’ believable story is presented through some great cutscenes, with high-quality cinematics and decent voice acting. Combined with authentic-looking units and environments, it goes a long way toward making Halo Wars look and feel like part of the series. The storyline is slightly confusing at first but eventually pieces together to make a satisfying ending, though it’s certainly not long and should take most players around five hours to play through. More

  • Red Orchestra: Ostfront

    Red Orchestra Ostfront

    Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 is a tactical first-person shooter video game based on its predecessor Red Orchestra: Combined Arms. After winning the Make Something Unreal contest, the team behind the original Red Orchestra started the game studio Tripwire Interactive and developed Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 as their first project. Set on the Eastern Front during World War II between 1941 and 1945, Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 depicts the struggle between Soviet and German forces.[1] The game’s creators, Tripwire Interactive, developed the game out of the previous Unreal Tournament 2004 mod, Red Orchestra: Combined Arms. More

  • Mafia 2

    Mafia 2

    Vito Scaletta (Rick Pasqualone) looks through a photo album as he begins to recount his life story. Born in Sicily in 1925 to an extremely poor family, he and his family emigrate to the fictional city of Empire Bay in America a few years later, but they are no better off there than they were in Sicily. While in school, Vito gets involved with a local delinquent named Joe Barbaro (Robert Costanzo), who eventually becomes his best friend. Vito is arrested during a botched robbery and given a choice: go to jail or join the Army. More

  • Blade & Soul

    Blade & Soul

    The storyline of Soul Blade is essentially an excuse for various showdowns over myriad backgrounds. Set in the 16th century, the title features warriors from various clans who are on a quest for the “Soul Edge,” a magical sword some belief holds ultimate combat power. The warriors include those looking to use it for good…and evil. The characters include Taki, a female hunter you wouldn’t want to tangle with; Cervantes, a wicked looking pirate (you gotta love a fighting game with a pirate); Sophita, an emotional goddess (Namco’s description – but how does one become an emotional goddess?); Voldo, hell More

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    Onimusha 3: Demon Siege

    Onimusha 3: Demon Siege, released in Japan and Europe as Onimusha 3, is an action-adventure game developed and published by Capcom. It is the third game of the Onimusha series and was released for the PlayStation 2. The game opens with Samanosuke Akechi (Takeshi Kaneshiro) destroying the monstrous Genma army in Japan 1582. It then jumps to modern-day Paris 2004, featuring Jacques Blanc (voiced by Jean Reno) riding on his motorcycle to help his friend Phillipe. The Genma army then begins its invasion of Paris near the Arc de Triomphe. The game returns to Samanosuke in feudal Japan fights his way to Honnoji Temple, which is on fire from a raging battle. Samanosuke battles and kills Ranmaru Mori (Joshua Keaton) and approaches Oda Nobunaga. However, before they can fight, a portal opens in the floor and Samanosuke is pulled through it. More