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Weekly GameShark Recap

It’s that time again — time to post a few links from the Mothership that are worth checking out from the week that was.

This week we have:
Brian Rowe’s Bulletstorm review

Barnes kicks Dead Space 2: Severed squarely in the groin

Barnes also talks 1970s boardgames in his latest Cracked LCD column

A review of the HD version of the classic Beyond Good & Evil

A review of a really neat hidden object PC game called Stray Souls: Dollhouse Story

Todd comes to term with his ambivalence toward Two Worlds II

Brandon digs the PS3 version of De Blob 2

I talk with the Producer of the upcoming strategy game Sengoku. Other than that, I do little to justify employment.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

3 thoughts to “Weekly GameShark Recap”

  1. I have to agree about Severed. It is NOT worth the 7 euros it costs over here. It’s two chapters in recycled environments, the enemy introduced is lifted from DS1 and the story DOES NOT tie in to Extraction at all. It could be anyone else instead of Gabe going after their wife, and likewise the fact that it’s Lexine he’s after. They just feel shoehorned in.

    I was a bit dissapointed with DS 2. I felt the middle chapters lacked any drive or subbstance. Pair that with this poor attempt at a DLC pack and its obvious setup for more, and I think I may be done with Dead Space.

  2. I had to make it all the way to #10 to see a Tom Wham game pop up. I was starting to wonder it any would make it at all. Great to see some of my favorites reference in the article. Ah, the good ole days…

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