About a year and a half ago, PS3 owners were introduced to Red Johnson's Chronicles, whichwe reviewed and enjoyed at the time. The ending of the first game was clear, Red wanted to be back and here he is now with Red Johnson's Chronicles - One Against All, this time on PS3 and Xbox 360. If you haven't had the chance to play the first game, don't worry, you should be just fine. Story was not particularly deep in the first game and it is summarized at the beginning of One Against All. The game's strength clearly lies in its puzzles, all challenging enough to keep this sequel as entertaining as the previous episode. Here are a bunch of gameplay videos of the 360 version.
@docLEXfisti: Seems like too little too late. With overwatch out now.. who is playing halo 5? I'd guess not many people (1 Hour ago)
Horizon: Zero Dawn Nine Minutes of Gameplay [url] A day one buy for me. (1 Hour ago)
To celebrate "Warzone Firefight", Halo 5 is now free to play on Xbox One for a short amount of time! (2 Hours ago)
I think Blizzard's mass appeal mandate sorta touches everything too :) (8 Hours ago)
It's a well sculpted package when it comes to character design and art direction in general. The map treatments remind me of fighters too with their elaborate themes that are tied to characters. (8 Hours ago)
It's definitely in the spirit of fighters. I think there's a heavy western influence in OW's art direction too is all. (8 Hours ago)
i don't think it's a coincidence. which leads to my initial comment, that blizz was mimicking capcom with the OW designs. (8 Hours ago)