Invisible, Inc. Tactical Espionage
Developer: Klei Entertainment
Publisher: Same as above
Released on May 12, 2015
Many kids like to pretend they are secret agent spies who can waltz straight into an enemy base and fool the guards into believing that they saw nothing in the first place. While becoming a real spy may take years of training unlike what happens in the movie, Spy Kids, the game Invisible, Inc. turns this fantasy into reality with a simple download off of Steam.
Genre: An Action-Strategy Game
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Dragon Age: Origins-Ultimate Edition
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Released on Nov 06, 2009
To this day, Dragon Age is truly one of my favorite games of all time. I’ve decided to critique Dragon Age: Origins on an unbiased level. I will only cover content derived from the core Dragon Age game and an overview of the playable side stories. Due to its sheer size, I must split this review into two parts, in order to do this game justice.
Genre: Open World Fantasy RPG
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Portal 2 Discussion
Released on April 19, 2011
Portal 2 is the ingeniously devised sequel to the original Portal, an all-time classic which garnered a huge fanbase. It transformed the 1st-person puzzle platformer genre by coining the motto “to think with portals”. Portal 2 takes you through unexplored parts of the Aperture Science Labs as Chell, after being in suspension for 9999 hours.
Genre: An Action-Adventure Puzzle Game
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Beep on Steam
Developer: Big Fat Alien
Publisher: See Above
Released on May 6, 2011
BEEP is a mix of creative puzzle platforming and gravity gun action, packaged into an Indie game. Propel your rocket across the galaxy and deploy your adorable BEEP bots onto new planets in search of valuable anti-matter. Solve puzzles by stacking up blocks and take down the hostile enemies that lurk in every corner.
Genre: A Puzzle Platform Indie Game
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DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE
Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO
Released on Feb 26, 2015
You know the feeling you get when you’re a huge fan of an anime series so naturally, you’re excited to own a copy of the spin-off game? And yet, the game has many shortcomings leaving you ultimately disappointed? Most of the DB fans felt the same when they came across Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
Genre: Fighting Action Game
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