Flotilla

review: Flotilla is a space action game. (comic-cum-text-adventure) You get your fleet together, to the point where you’re not (vastly-simplified) struggling in every battle, with lots of upgrades and some (focus fire attack) decent ships. Lo and behold “you died of your terminal (turn-based s.) illness”, god d*mnit… after all that time spent assembling a fleet and (beautiful cinematics) getting better, you’re just arbitrarily offed.

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Game Details:
Platform: PC, windows
Genre: Strategy
Styles: Turn-Based Strategy
Developer:Brendon Chung
Publisher:Blendo Games
Release: Mar 25, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

Alpha Protocol

review: Game is very much sandbox, experiment (enhance martial arts, stealth) with enemies that patrol back and forth that (shooting skills with in-depth) have no reaction time at all and poor reactionary Ai.
Saw some enemies clip right through (customization features) the wall and they wall you using wall hacks and spray as if (features multiple difficulty) some walls were made of paper. Ai has poor vision checks (approach contacts) and sometimes disregards line of sight (build your reputation) principles and out goes balance.

Gameplay

Game Details:
Platform: PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Styles: Third-Person 3D Action RPG
Developer:Obsidian
Publisher:Sega
Release: Jun 1, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

Blur

review: The graphics are good they (creators of Project Gotham Racing) are not the greatest graphics but the gameplay is what does it (kart-style racing) 4 Blur since this game is more of an arcade game the graphics (real-life licensed automobiles) look the best 4 an “arcade” game the maps are beautiful…

Sound: you have that catchy arcade music (electronica and house music) that you cannot get sick of the power up sound (blend of piano) the car sound you crashing into other cars is perfect.

Gameplay: i use to be into racing games (realistic cars and tracks) when i was younger when there was nfs hot pursuit (including split-screen racing) let me tell you something this game gave my passion back (“Shunt,” “Shock,” “Barge,” and “Nitro) in a racing game it is perfect so much fun (city streets) i havent had fun with a racing game ever since 5 or more years (real-life sports car) ago…there is nothing to be fixed gameplay wise its one of the (in good kart-racing) funnest games you will ever play.

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Racing
Styles: Sports Car Racing
Developer:Bizarre Creations
Publisher:Activision
Release: May 25, 2010
Controls: Gameplay, Keyboard/Mouse

Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing

review: It was fun to see the new survivors, (New enemy type:Fallen Survivor) and the witch in a dress.. But there was nothing much else that (two new weapons) stood out. The L4D1 survivors say nothing about Bill’s death, (M60 machine gun and golf club) they seem rather happy too. It’s strange. The new “gamemode” (4 playable characters) isn’t much of a gamemode as it is a rehash of (three-map campaign) previously made ones, I don’t see much potential in it.

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Game Details:
Left 4 Dead 2 Expansion Pack
Platform: PC, Windows 7
Genre: Shooter
Styles: First-Person Shooter, Action
Developer:Valve
Publisher:Valve
Release: Apr 22, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

Shrek Forever After

description: Gamers adventure through a variety of (Help Shrek save his friends in an alternate version of Far Far Away) locations from the Shrek universe, solve challenging puzzles and battle exciting new enemies as they morph between (Complete challenges while exploring various areas from the 3D film) Shrek’s normal world and his alternate reality…and ultimately conquer that crafty Rumpelstiltskin! The game offers a (Interact with Puss in Boots, Donkey, Pinocchio, and more) fun-filled social and collaborative experience with its co-operative multiplayer mode, allowing up to 4 players to work together through the sp story.

Game Details:
Platform: PC
Genre: Action
Styles: 3D Platform
Developer:XPEC Entertainment
Publisher:Activision
Release: May 18, 2010
Controls: Gamepad, Keyboard

Split/Second

review: Split-Second is exactly what it advertises (compete for fame) it self to be, you trigger key elements at key moments in the game that (world’s most dangerous auto races) gives you the advantage in the race and it does that with a bang! (tight turns and tricky jumps) You trigger explosives on buildings or have helicopters drop explosive ( fill your “Powerplay” meter) barrels on your opponents that sends them flying to the wall and get (trigger huge explosions) wrecked, also you have the option to change a part (unleash massive destruction) of the racing track completely.
The handling of the cars is perfect for every (perfect timing and leave) different type, the sense of speed in this game is amazing and the rush (high-def racing) you get from nearly escaping a crash or wrecking your opponent is good!

Gameplay

The musics is great as well, (creators of hit games) you really feel like you’re in an action film.

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Racing
Styles: Sports Car Racing
Developer:Black Rock Studio
Publisher:Disney Interactive
Release: May 18, 2010
Controls: Gamepad, Keyboard

Fallout Tactics

Fallout Tactics is story takes place on the timeline between (squad-based combat games) the stories 0f Fallout and Fallout 2.

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Strategy
Styles: 2D Turn-Based Strategy
Mode(s): Single-player
Release: Mar 30, 2001
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse
Language: English

Story
With nuclear apocalypse looming over the world, several vaults were constructed to contain the best and brightest of humanity. By being shielded from the imminent death, the offspring of these people could reclaim and repopulate the Earth. However, before the entire network could be completed, nuclear war broke out. One of the military vaults located in California emerged from the war determined to restore civilization. Using their superior weapons, they were able to claim the surrounding wasteland. The members of this vault formed the Brotherhood of Steel, an organization dedicated to restoring civilization and reclaiming or developing new and better technologies.

A split soon formed in the Brotherhood, however. One faction supported allowing tribals (human outsiders) to join the organization to prevent a lack of troops. The other faction wanted to keep the Brotherhood pure and not accept outsiders. The faction against expansion won out, and the other faction was sent across the mountains on great airships to destroy the remnants of the mutant army defeated in the first Fallout game. A lightning storm struck down the ships, however, and they were dispersed and forced to crash-land. One of the surviving airships crashed near the ruins of post-war Chicago. After regrouping, and free from the Brotherhood members in California who wanted nothing to do with the tribals, the crash survivors established a first base near Chicago and founded a new Brotherhood that would grow and expand by recruiting outsiders and expanding across the land.