If you were hoping the episodic Resident Evil experiment would go out with a bang, I have some bad news. If you were hoping for an unsatisfying conclusion to this island story...well, that's a weird thing to hope for. Congrats?
Whenever the credits roll on a new Resident Evil game, I've never wondered if the game could have been improved with a few more puzzles. Resident Evil puzzles are a strange beast, and the third episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is full of them. Ready to move crates?
Even though I wasn't impressed with the pilot for Resident Evil: Revelations 2, there was no question I'd be hanging on for the whole ride. While I'm not convinced the story is going anywhere interesting, I'll give them credit in the second episode: it's a huge improvement.
When casting about for media to compare gaming to, most minds land on film. Action movies and action games still draw inspiration from each other, and when game budgets and incomes draw comparisons, it's always to Hollywood.
The Telltale Games factory has added one more property to its lengthy episodic games portfolio, NBC crime procedural Law & Order: Los Angeles. With Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, The Walking Dead and many, many more episodic series on its plate, why Law & Order?
We are, for the most part, limiting news of new games hitting the 700 and growing iPad gaming library to our enormous iPad guide. But Sam & Max deserve their own mention.
Telltale Games has been churning out the episodes of their Sam & Max and Strong Bad series; GameSetWatch talked to Mike Stemmle, LucasArts veteran and current Telltale writer and designer, about the Telltale design process, the veteran-friendly atmosphere (unsurprisingly, the Telltale ranks are full of other…
Ron Gilbert is probably best known for his work at LucasArts, where he worked on such favorites as Maniac Mansion, The Secret of Monkey Island, and Day Of The Tentacle. Most recently, he's worked on Penny Arcade Adventures and has a forthcoming title called DeathSpank. Gamasutra sat down for a somewhat lengthy…