Reviews by Osidius87

80

A Fun Co-Op Experience

Osidius87 | Sept. 21, 2013 | Review of Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light

This game marked the resurgence of Lara Croft, and it did so with style. Including a challenging and exciting single player/co-op campaign, hidden collectables, and some of the best Tomb Raider gameplay this decade, this is not a game to miss if you enjoy a good puzzle-based action game.

75

The Most Fun I've had in an Open World Game

Osidius87 | Sept. 21, 2013 | Review of Just Cause 2

No bowling or driving Character X from one side of the map to the other in Just Cause 2! No, sir. This is the most fun you'll have with an open world game to date.

Exciting, explosive, and with some fantastic original mechanics, Just Cause 2 is unadulterated fun; something all gamers can enjoy now and again.

60

An Interesting Set Up with Bad Pacing

Osidius87 | Sept. 21, 2013 | Review of The Walking Dead: 400 Days

400 Days has the same problems as the first game, but its short pace only compounds them. Choices are wholly meaningless; early on you'll choose who to save between two characters, but come the end you'll learn that the survivor just leaves your company off screen. What?

An utter disappointment, but fans will still want to get it in order to set up the next season.

80

An Illusion.

Osidius87 | Sept. 21, 2013 | Review of The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has a fantastic story that's marred by the illusion of choice. If you go in expecting a great story that's exactly what you'll get. If you go in expecting a great story that you've essentially controlled then you'll probably end up a little disappointed.

That said, the voice acting, art style and gameplay are top notch. If Telltale broaden the new season it could be absolutely mind blowing.