Reviews by GaMaGamer

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A good game

GaMaGamer | May 9, 2013 | Review of Crysis 2: Maximum Edition (EU)

This I can proudly say is the most interactive shooter that I've played you can see feet, hands and also throw barrels, run, slide, throwing an enemy away after you choke them and much more makes you really feel like you have fully control.

There are also large open fields that provide more choices to choose from, you can run out and start shooting like crazy but when one is most likely dead, or you can find a place high up to snipe slowly but effective. Finally, you can try to sneak past cloaked if the enemies are too many for you, nand take out the ones that get in the way. There are lots of boxes with options giving new life to the shooter genre.

Multiplay thanks to the Nanosuit is pretty special but not top notch it is better killcam one in the demo but there are not as many game modes.

The graphics is amazing and works perfectly for Benchmarking your gaming rig. The game is not dark like that most games nowadays and is also full of lighting effects that makes everything shine.

Crysis 2 beats its predecessor on everything with even better texture detail and lighting effects it also delivers a better story and gameplay is enhanced.

87

Second best game of march.

GaMaGamer | May 9, 2013 | Review of Tomb Raider Overflow

March was a pretty silent month game wise.

Most companies was frightended by the anticipation of Bioshock Infinite and waited until April and March to relase their completed titles.

Tomb Raider mixes great gameplay, good visuals with a better than decent story to keep you motivated trough this great game.

A great game, it is probably not the same as the previous ones but it is also one of the better games in the franchise. I recommend it.

100

Irrational does it again.

GaMaGamer | May 9, 2013 | Review of Bioshock Infinite

One thing you think of when talking about Irrational Games is a developer that takes a long time to deliver good and best-selling games, which usually takes 5 to 6 years in the making, Bioshock: Infinite is the sequel to the first Bioshock 2007.

The game takes place in the floating city of Colombia in the year 1912, the city is big and colorful and feels like a real-life place.

You are Booker Dewitt, a detective who has been immersed in gambling, drugs and alcohol he has a huge debt and sent ignorant of what Columbia is to bring a 17 year old girl, Elizabeth to New York, I especially enjoyed the relationship between Booker and Elizabeth evolves beyond history.

You have a large arsenal of weapons to be used in the game, everything feels solid and the battlefield is great with the help of the presence of a magnetic hook that attaches itself to the sky-lines that are used to move goods around the city.

The sound is amazing and since the game is placed in 1912 the music in the game that adds so much more to the atmosphere.

The game reaches barely 12 hours, but can be 8 or 16 hours long, the more you pay attention to the details the more time you spend on it.

There is something for itself it has atmosphere, quality, solid control and has a great story, to avoid ruining the plot, I can say that it has a complex but entertaining story mixed with great sound, control and presentation, this is one of the best games I have ever played.

Rating: 10/10