Posts Tagged ‘Visceral Games’
0 CommentsPosted by Charlotte Grace on May 4, 2013 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Reviews
The Army of Two series goes from The 40th Day to The Devil’s Cartel. All new mask-wearing companions fight their way through the streets of Mexico with their smart attempt at jokes and to stop the drug cartel in the latest Army of Two sequel. Is it worth a look? Read on and find out. Gameplay Army of Two the Devil’s Cartel is a third-person shooter. It focuses on co-op allowing you to play... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on February 8, 2013 under Featured, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Reviews
Dead Space 3 is a game that left many of its fans worried. Early footage made it seem as if the Sci-Fi Action Horror series had dropped any and all of its core gameplay for something closer to a straight-up action shooter. Statements by publisher Electronic Arts saying they want the game to appeal to a broader audience, as well as sell 5 million copies just to keep the IP alive, didn't help these ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on January 21, 2013 under Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Previews
Visceral Games' sci-fi horror action series, Dead Space has grossed out and gripped many gamers in a slimy bloody vice these past few years. Taking inspiration from horror films like Event Horizon, and Aliens, the series has remained reliable for pulse-pounding action, disturbing monster design, and lots and lots of bloody dismemberment. So when EA gave me an early look at the demo for Dead Space ... more.
EA and Visceral Games Deliver The Ultimate Tactical Co-op Experience In Army Of TWO The Devil’s Cartel244 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on August 3, 2012 under EA, Press ReleasesElectronic Arts Inc. today announced Army of TWO The Devil’s Cartel, the gritty third installment to the blockbuster action franchise celebrated for its intense, two player co-operative gameplay. Developed by Visceral Games, the award-winning creators of Dead Space, Army of TWO The Devil’s Cartel re-sets the series that pioneered the co-op experience with a more intense, mature and grittier to... more.