Monthly Archives: March 2013
Go Ninja, Go Ninja, Go!
Platform: Xbox 360/Microsoft Windows
Developer: Klei Entertainment Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Genre: Action/Stealth/Platformer Platform Played: Xbox 360
In recent years stealth games seem to have practically vanished into thin air, becoming harder and harder to discover. Some stealth mechanics have managed to sneak into other releases such as action/adventure titles like Assassin’s Creed, shooters like Crysis 2, and perhaps most surprisingly RPGs such as Deus Ex Human Revolution. However every once in a while a stealth game in unadulterated form creeps from the shadows and takes us unaware – and that’s exactly what XBLA assassination sensation, Mark of the Ninja has done.
In celebration of ‘Tomb Raider’ selling more than 3 million copies, Analog Addiction would like to offer you a complimentary iTunes download code for the recently launched ‘Final Hours of Tomb Raider’ app.
After this month’s release of the critically acclaimed reboot, ‘Tomb Raider,’ the development team at Crystal Dynamics sits down and discuses its favorite tombs, action-sequences, and many more. The first of these challenges represents the Tomb of the Unworthy.
Bungie decided that GDC was the perfect place to tell everyone a little bit more about their upcoming title Destiny. This includes 2 minutes of video footage showing off some of the character development process and numerous pieces of concept art. Has Bungie’s next title grabbed your interest yet? If so, you should definitely take a peek.
Platform: PSN, XBLA, PC / Genre: Adventure RPG
Developer: Re-Logic / Publisher: 505 Games
It was 4am. My back was sore, the couch cushion had lost its “cushion,” my left eye had begun to give out while the right one trudged on. The red lights on my Dual Shock 3 controller flickered at my remaining eye. But my gaze stayed fixed on the screen; all I thought about was “Dig!” and “Survive!” It didn’t matter that work was a mere few hours away. I had become addicted to Terraria, and I embraced it. Because at the end of the day (and night), this is a hell of a game.
Why did Magik emerge from her experience as part of the Phoenix Five unscathed–and perhaps more powerful than ever–while her teammates found their mutant gifts twisted? Brian Michael Bendis begins to answer that question in UNCANNY X-MEN #5