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Game: [Prototype]
Genre: Action, Adventure
Developer: Radical Entertainment
Publisher: Activision
Release Date: Jun 10, 2009
Platform: PC / Windows 7
Overall rating: 6/10
Graphics: 6/10
Controls: 7/10
Sound: 7/10
Story: 7/10
Replay Value: 3/10


Take on the role of Alex Mercer, a man who has no recollection of what’s happened to him or why, or how he came to acquire the shape-shifting powers he now possesses. Find the people who’ve done that to you and make them pay.
The game -action, adventure, open worldish- sounded fun and looked fun, and I was very hyped to play it. I was also very disappointed when I finally did. Controls, though a bit wonky, are not difficult. You can change your body “at will” to attack enemies and destroy things, and when I say “at will” I mean you only have so many things you can change into. I think the most fun aspect of the game is the fact that you can ‘consume’ random people and then turn into them, and run/jump your way around pretty freely.

I’d say the graphics are dated, but it’s an oldish game, so it gets a slight pass for that. What it doesn’t get a pass for, however, is the shitty performance. For a 2009 game that should run like a charm on my computer, it sure worked like crap even at the lowest settings, lagging worse than Assassin’s Creed III - and at least that one had a reason to lag (no “low” video settings, hey). I’m also not particularly fond of the reddish/orangeish filter they use on later cinematics and gameplay time, I find it bothersome to look at.

Your character is overpowered, which is not bad in itself if you like an easy game, but it does make things boring after a while as it’s all the same; to tell the truth, it reminded me a little...
Hi, I am a 16 year old student living in Australia; going to be turning 17 in a couple days (4th of August), but don't think I will be getting gifts :L Only used to get gifts as a kid. Celebrating Birthdays slow down to a stop as one grows up ( in my family), but this doesn't affect me.
I am in my second last year of High School, and I am hoping to get into a University after school (interested in Law right now). I have one older brother and he already graduated high school a couple years ago; we live together with our parents in a small apartment somewhere in New South Wales (don't look for me ;) )
I have been slightly drifting off my usual hard work for/in school this year because of some personal issues that has been affecting my emotional state and motivation; but with time I will hopefully get back up to my hardworking self :):
I moved to Australia in 2009 and have been gaming since I was a young kid. I think I owned and played on Nintendo 64, PlayStation 1 ;) & my most favorite, PC!
(I only own a PC now = PC MASTER RACE ;) hehe )
Anyways yes, I have been a gamer since I was a little kid, and remember playing a variety of games, including from those disks that contain a lot of games in them.
I was lucky enough to be bought a PC for myself (in Australia) since I needed it for school work ( and for my gaming needs ;) shhh ;))
I have been only playing Free to play games after I came Australia but I played CSGO since a friend gifted it to me.

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Why do I want Rocket League?

Well I think I discovered it on the first week of its release through Twitch.tv and I don't know how, but I just fell in love with it immediately. It is the type of gaming gold I feel like I have been looking for, for a long time; you don't even NEED a mouse to play such an amazing game !
I know its best to use a controller for this game, and I have a Xbox 360 controller (got it for free :L).
I have watched a lot of gameplay and...
I won't give this game too much crap, as it is still early access.

I played this game, and I loved it, But the hunger and water system is too unrealistic. The hunger goes faster than water, and anyone who knows anything, knows that water goes before food. the gameplay is pretty solid, but there could still be allot more, and there is no story yet.

rated 9/10
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Hello everyone! Today I'm here to give you some basic guidelines on how to write a good review. All my suggestions are, of course, optional; I will simply give you tips and show you the basic guides I use for my own reviews.
Take what you find useful, leave what doesn't agree with you, reorder, remix, and more importantly, have fun reviewing your game. :)

Getting Ready

First and foremost, I keep something handy to take notes on. Any impressions I get about a game, I write down on this notepad/file/whatever not to forget them. They don't have to be fancy, drawn out sentences, more often than not, they look like this:

They're just reminders so when I finally sit down to write the review, I don't forget those particular details.

The Beginning

Background Information

More often than not, you'll want to start your review by giving a bit of background information about the game: a bit of the story or at least the genre of the game. You can expand and tell what the story is about, or you can keep it simple and concise. That's up to you. I vary from review to review, depending on the type of game.

Basic Gameplay

Another thing you might want to include is basic information about game play. How does the game work? Is it a puzzle? A platformer? A FPS? Are you just supposed to shoot everything or stealth your way in? Does it have various modes? Do you play it with the keyboard? Controller? Is it comfortable? You don't have to list out every key used in the game or how to move and attack and all that, this is not a guide nor walkthrough after all, but you can put your impressions about it. Was it logical? Was the movement smooth? Were the keys too far apart?

The Audiovisual

How do you feel the audio? Do you like the music? Do the sound effects...
Game: Postmortem: One Must Die (Extended Cut)
Genre: Adventure, Indie, RPG
Platform: PC / Windows 7
Overall rating: 3.5/10
Graphics: 6/10
Controls: 7/10
Level/Puzzle Design: 7/10
Sound: 6/10
Story: 7.5/10
Replay Value: 0/10
Community: N/A


The country is at war, and the choice you make can change the fate of an entire Nation…. or, you know. Not.

In this extremely, extremely, super duper extra short game that is definitely NOT worth the full price you play an angel of Death, or Reaper if you will, sent into a fundraising Gala to reap the soul of one person. Who you reap is up to you: You must move around the only map this game has in existence, talk to people, discover secrets, and eventually choose one person to die.
That, or you can go in, pick the first one you talk to, and you’ll be done with the game in under 5 minutes.

While the story it’s trying to tell about the nation is great (the socio political talk and opinions placed into the characters speech and the history of the place is quite deep), and while the ide that who you choose to take in the end might affect the fate of the Nation is pretty darn awesome, the game falls on its face once you’ve played through it once.

There’s no new maps, only the fundraising gala, to replay over, and over, and over. And there’s not even a reason to do that. The choice of who you kill in the end is not as important as they make it sound; and not even the reactions of those you kill in the very end are different: they always react the exact same way and say the exact same thing.

And this was the extended cut...

In all, the game had a great idea, but fell short on the execution. I would only advise getting it if it’s under a dollar...
I played this on ps3, and it is good. The detection for where the shields are is a little messed up, and the AI is horrible. I believe the alchemist is OP because of multiple powers that they have. The game is relatively short, so if you are good at the simple kinds of games, this will be way to short for you and i don't recommend it. My base score for this game is 8/10 for the fact that sometimes they go straight through my shield.
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