Like time travel itself, Quantum Break is a thrilling yet uneven experiment with narrative convention in video games.
After a generation of Gears of War and Halo, Microsoft is finally starting to diversify with the Xbox One.
Much maligned Kojima character Raiden gets a chance for redemption in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, an electro sword-powered, outsourced adventure handled by beloved absurdity lords Platinum Games. While Platinum shows much love for the series and its players, the real question is: do they have any respect for their hero?
Fans of Metal Gear Solid and third-person action have a lot to look forward to with Revengeance, with a few noteworthy caveats.
War has always been very popular theme in video games, which makes sense since guns and killing things are also very popular in games. Halo, Call of Duty, Gears of War and Battlefield have found a comfortable niche with their typically melodramatic takes on all sorts of conflict. From the box art alone, Vanquish looks an awful lot like it’s trying to add yet another 'androidgynous' protagonist to the pile, but the truth of the matter is much deeper than that.