Reviews by himeko

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Greatest stealth game since Splinter Cell

himeko | Dec. 14, 2012 | Review of Dishonored Nexway

I have not seen pure stealth games coming out lately, but this game seems to revive the genre. It's not just stealth game in ordinary means, but you can also use special abilities like teleporting certain distances, possessing enemies and animals, slowing time, and etc. All these abilities can be combined to further enhance your gameplay.

The story is pretty basic, but the detail in the environments and people you meet is great. It's always fun listening on conversations guards and random people in city make. There's a few changes in the gameplay according to how you play though. Kill many people and levels become ridden with guards everywhere, but play stealth there is much less guards/security around.

On the bad side, game gives you many abilities mainly for killing others and less on the stealth side. While killing all the guards it is not a great experience.

Overall this great stealth game with an amazing background. I recommend playing the game zero kills and making seem like you were never in the levels for the best experience.

97

Great multiplayer, decent single player.

himeko | March 4, 2012 | Review of Battlefield 3 (NA) dns

If you are looking for an exceptional single player experience look elsewhere. The single player servers as a stunning graphical showcase of the game, but really Battlefield 3 is all about the multiplayer online. You need have Origin (EA's version of steam) running at all times and the game launches from a browser. It may seem annoying at first, but feels very natural once you begin using it.

The gameplay is excellent with a number of classes and vehicles to choose from, each of which you can progress with and unlock further bonuses. This ensures longevity of the gaming experience yet does not feel like a hard grind. This game is fun when playing on your own, but it's much greater when played with friends; this allows you to experience how teamwork will win over the casual players on another team.