Game Review: Disney Infinity

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Disney Infinity

Release Date: August 18, 2013
Developer: Avalanche Software
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Genre:
Adventure / Sandbox
Plataform: PS3 / 360 / Wii U / Wii / 3DS / Mobile / PC

Lets face it: everyone is a Disney fan! I honestly won’t believe you if you say that at one point of your life you weren’t touched by Disney’s unique way of telling stories. Whether by their characters, art, animations, parks, shows, songs or even by Mickey himself. I bet you have experienced that “magic” and, if you are a human full of emotions, you probably fell in love too.

And finally the big day arrives for all of those Disney lovers: the big release of Disney Infinity, a game that – as Disney – is everywhere. Or at least in almost all platforms. The player can find it on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo WiiU – as the main console version – or even on Nintendo 3DS, following more as a “Mario Party” gameplay style. Nintendo Wii also received the game for its platform, though with fewer features, such as the absence of a co-op experience in the Play Set part of the game. And if it wasn’t enough, players can also experience Disney Infinity on PC and iOS devices, offering the options to build, edit and share all of your toy box experiments at any time.

For the ones who still don’t know, the game allows players to share their creations on ANY PLATFORM. It doesn’t matter if you are a Nintendo player, you can easily share your Toy Box with an user that plays on PlayStation 3, for example.

WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE

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Game Review : Bioshock Infinite

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Release Date: March 26, 2013
Developer: Irrational Games
Publisher: 2K Games
Genre:
 First Person Shooter
Platform: PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / PC / Mac

When a game gets to the point where it is able to convince players to invest in a genre that they have never enjoyed in the past, it means the game did it right. I felt exactly like that when the first Bioshock was released and fell immediately in love with this incredible masterpiece of storytelling. The Bioshock series deserves all the honour and admiration it has received, again sending the player to one of the most beautiful and incredible cities ever.

Columbia — The City In The Sky

In Bioshock: Infinite the player controls Booker DeWitt, a private investigator who refers to himself as an “independent contractor.” Following a series of events and problems, which he faced in the past, he becomes involve in gambling, leaving an enormous debt to pay. To find a way to pay his debt, he is sent to Columbia — a floating city in the sky — to find a girl named Elizabeth and bring her back to New York City.

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Game Review : Tomb Raider

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Release Date: March 05, 2013

Developer: Crystal Dynamics / Eidos Studios – Montreal
Publisher: Square-Enix
Genre:
 Action
Platform: PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / Microsoft Windows

Lara Croft has become iconic for a number of people around the world since she first appeared 17 years ago. Often we hear of a woman with a strong personality being compared with the famous Lara Croft. And at some point, some women actually started trying to achieve that. Lara is the whole package: intelligent, strong, sexy, rich and powerful; so why wouldn’t women want to be like her? And for men, she was more than strong, she also was a sex symbol, which was cultivated for generations, from the digital world until Angelina Jolie donned the famous persona. (By the way, was the blood river scene in the game supposed to be a reference to Angelina Jolie in Beowulf? LOL.)

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