Reviews by GoatMuncher
Good deal for a couple of okay games.GoatMuncher | April 29, 2013 | Review of Kane and Lynch Pack
Let me start by saying that these are not the greatest games in the world. They are dark. Very dark and gritty. Have you ever wanted to play as the bad guys but still feel like the hero? You've found the perfect games.
The first game could have been better if the co-op mode was available online. Unfortunately it isn't available online, only local co-op. This doesn't however kill the game, as the story is still fairly decent. Bear in mind though, it is an older game, and is a little shaky for today's standards.
Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days on the other hand, is a decent game, if you can get past the most nauseating camera of all time. It is a really cool camera angle, cloverfield-esque. The cover system is greatly improved, the story kicks off immediately and gets you hooked, and everyones two favorite anti-heroes are back and online. With the co-op campaign now available online, this one is easily worth a pick up, if you've got a friend to play with. Just remember; camera.
Excellent Stand-AloneGoatMuncher | April 29, 2013 | Review of Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army -
First off, you don't need Sniper Elite V2 in order to play this game. It looks great, and is optimized very well. Not the most difficult thing to run. Sniping mechanics are excellent and challenging enough to keep me playing. Everyone likes call of duty nazi zombies right? Well, this is Sniper Elite's take on it, and it shines. Grab a few friends and you've got yourself an experience. Several hours of gameplay, each mission roughly 45-60 minutes long, and high replay value, this game is a great deal at $15.