For us old gamers, Ron Gilbert is above all the father of the Maniac Mansion series and the Monkey Island series, but he's also known for DeathSpank, a game that shares the same love for humor and burlesque. We don't know about you, but when we learned that the famous designer would be back with The Cave we immediately got interested. After being able to play the game for a few days, we can now tell you we were right. With its subtle mix of platforming and puzzles, this new game is a joy to play. You will laugh a lot thanks to its fantastic narrator (The Cave itself), you will think a lot thanks to its twisted - but nonetheless doable - puzzles, and you will have a lot of fun in this bizarre world. The game also has good replay value as each of the 7 playable characters has his/her own dedicated level. Check out our videos, or stay away from them if you want the satisfaction to solve everything on your own.
It's nice that some quality F2P stuff is coming to Xbox finally. I hope SMITE is a huge hit. (22 minutes ago)
Still.. fun dungeons w/ groups. (26 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: I haven't played Neverwinter for a while. It was a pretty simple MMO but I thought it was pretty okay for a F2P game at the time. I think the F2P market has grown quite a bit since then. (26 minutes ago)
Neverwinter was supposed to be playable on X1 @ 10 AM PST, which should be 18:00 here, which it is. Not playable yet tho. (39 minutes ago)
I'm tempted to blame the YEBIS middleware for the optical filter. (3 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: I agree that framerate is more important, but it's also a little disappointing that consoles aren't up to spec with our TVs. But.. oh well. (3 Hours ago)
on another note. I'm having trouble with my vision while playing Bloodborne. It's like my eyes are just jumping around the picture and they can't pick up pick up things quickly. (3 Hours ago)