|Elite Forces: Unit 77||00/00/2009||
Elite Forces: Unit 77 has a fun story and features some great map design, but it's dragged right down by the fiddly controls; if a smoother system was in place then it would have been a much more eventful and enjoyable game.
Chronos Twin is a challenging title and will perhaps appeal to those will a masochistic streak. However, there is little pay-off for your efforts. Games that really try to push you to your limits need to have some moment of joy afterwards, some sense of having been meticulously constructed, or at least some sense of wit amongst all the tirade of falling platforms, suddenly-appearing enemies and loss of lives. Chronos Twin doesn't have any of this; it's all too by-the-book in an uninspiring way, in spite of its funky premise, and if anything, the surge of interest the time travel idea might trigger in you will only heighten your disappointment at a great concept that never really got off the ground.Leer análisis
|Runaway 2: El Sueño de la Tortuga||00/00/2007||
Upbeat, well-developed, clever, taxing and enjoyable, Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle should evoke one of those little impulses you won't be able to resist until you've played it to completion.
|Runaway: A Road Adventure||00/00/2003||
Appealing, entertaining and with high production values, Runaway: A Road Adventure is a successful game that you will not be able to resist.