Reviews by decemberfate
Good Fun, Good Challengedecemberfate | June 3, 2013 | Review of Hell Yeah - PC
Hell Yeah!, was the first thing I said when this came out as to pronounce its name and to express my feelings at that moment. Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit is an awesome action platformer that is both challenging and enjoying at the same time, making it a worth purchase right out of the digital box, and with it starting to get discounted along with its DLCs, becomes a no-brainer to pick it up and see it for yourself. Overall, the game itself isn't the best game of the year, but in my opinion, by defying the trend for the year, surely comes close to it.
For the Better or Worstdecemberfate | June 2, 2013 | Review of The Darkness II - PC
To start things of, yes, I do really love the Darkness game series even though both games are from different companies. What the Darkness 2 sacrificed from the Darkness is that of the semi-open world experience, which can be considered a positive or a negative. Whats good about it is that it can now be able to tell you the story clearer as compared to the Darkness due to its more linear structure. Gameplay wise it remains more or less the same with its quad-wielding mechanics with your character having 2 "tentacles" and having the ability to dual wield 2 pistols or smgs. Overall, highly recommended for its gameplay, story and the excellently narration for the collectibles, making them probably the only collectables in any game worth collecting that do not affect your gameplay in any manner.
Great Deal, throw your money into the screendecemberfate | May 28, 2013 | Review of Spec Ops The Line The Darkness 2 Pack - PC
This bundle containing both Spec Ops: The Line and The Darkness 2, is quite possibly one of the better deals I have seen in a long time. Spec Ops: The Line is a third person shooter that defies the understanding of the genre by replacing the happy trigger feel of modern shooters to a rather grim and horrifying feeling and will quite possibly make you emotionally and physically sick from what the game makes you do. The darkness 2 is a first person shooter with a quad-wielding mechanic that has you hold a primary weapon and/or dual wielding secondaries, and also uses your 2 "arms" on your back to act as weapons, throw objects, people and casts certain abilities. The thing about The Darkness 2 is that even though compared to the first game, is much more of a linear experience rather than an open one, it is able to better tell the story and actually made me connect with each character more. In conclusion, both games are definitely worth your money just by themselves, and having them both bundled together and picking them up is a no-brainer.