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L.A. Noire  
Action PlayStation 3 86
L.A. Noire is a hard-boiled detective game set in Los Angeles of 1947. Drawing strongly from the stylistic film noir, players control LAPD officer Cole Phelps through 21 cases as he works his way through the ranks of his department to solve a series of murder mysteries. Each case forms an independent section in the game, but there is an overarching story with recurring characters and Phelps's personal history while serving during the Second World War. He starts off as a patrolman, but eventually advances to a traffic detective, homicide, vice, and finally arson investigator. With each promotion, a new partner and new locations become available.

During a case the game blends slower investigative elements with fast sequences that involve on-foot and car chases, and gun-play. There is a strong focus on the story and character development, often with long cinematic sequences. Even though the game offers a large amount of freedom with exploration by car and on foot, it cannot be compared to Grand Theft Auto due to a number of restrictions. Playing as a detective, random civilians cannot be attacked and gun-play is reserved for specific sequences. In addition, each case is confined to a limited number of venues. The player is free to choose the order of investigation, but ultimately the game cannot be furthered until a satisfying conclusion for the case has been reached. Next to the main story Phelps can accept optional side-investigations through dispatch calls.

When arriving on the scene of a murder case, it needs to be hunted for clues that can be researched. The game offers hints through rumble and audio chime when Phelps walks by, but these can also be disabled. Armed with evidence, the next step is usually interrogating witnesses and suspects. Faces of characters have been animated through the motion capture MotionScan technology and the detailed realism of these captures is used as an element of gameplay. When talking to characters, not only the evidence is important, but also their tone of voice, and especially facial expressions. Characters will sometimes look away, or have tics and expressions that can reveal information. During an interrogation the player needs to interpret these and then decide how to proceed through one of three options: Truth, Doubt, or Lie. Based on the decision, different paths and reactions open up. Failed action sequences can be replayed, but when the player constantly interprets the situation incorrectly and the investigation grinds to a halt, the entire case needs to be replayed. Plenty of chances are offered to correct mistakes and try a new approach, also often after the investigation of clues.

Each case takes about an hour to complete. Depending on the speed and correct intuition applied to solve cases, the player earns ranks that provide intuition points. These can be used to eliminate options during conversations when stuck.

L.A. Noire  
PlayStation 4
A dark and violent crime thriller set against the backdrop of 1940’s Los Angeles. Amid the post-war boom of Hollywood's Golden Age, Cole Phelps, an LAPD detective is thrown headfirst into a city drowning in its own success. Corruption is rampant, the drug trade is exploding, and murder rates are at an all-time high. In his fight to climb the ranks and do what's right, Phelps must unravel the truth behind a string of arson attacks, racketeering conspiracies and brutal murders, battling the L.A. underworld and even members of his own department to uncover a secret that could shake the city to its rotten core. Utilizing revolutionary facial animation technology that captures every nuance of an actor's facial performance in astonishing detail, L.A. Noire blends the breathtaking action of chases and shootouts with true detective work for an unprecedented interactive experience. Solve brutal crimes, plots and conspiracies inspired by real crimes from 1947 Los Angeles, one of the most corrupt and violent times in L.A. history. Search for clues, chase down suspects and interrogate witnesses as you struggle to find the truth in a city where everyone has something to hide.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris  
Action PlayStation 4
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and the second game in a spin-off from the main Tomb Raider series. In Lara Croft's new journey she travels to Egypt and there she joins with the rival treasure hunter Carter Bell and the imprisoned gods Horus and Isis. As a team they are have to defeat the evil god Set.

The two-player cooperative campaign from the first game is expanded to support up to four players. They need to work together in a platform environment to explore the temple, defeat hordes of enemies from the Egyptian underworld, solve puzzles, and avoid traps, using a high-angle perspective like the previous game. When playing together, the level lay-outs change to support cooperative actions.

Weapons include machine-gun pistols, a magic staff, a rocket launcher, and a high-powered rifle. The main story offers nine tombs to explore, each introducing a new mechanic such as avoiding spikes, lighting torches to power gates or using beams of the staff to destroy orbs. There are also five challenge tombs with a higher difficulty and wave-based battle sequences, accessed from a main world hub. Puzzle elements including pushing orbs to destroy switches and Lara can also rappel down walls using a grappling hook. By completing levels gems are earned. These can be spent on one of two treasure chests to receive items that mainly affect combat and enhance weapons, but there there are also items that transfer enemy damage to your health. In co-op stat boosts and new weapons are shared between members of the group.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Anniversary  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (63 votes)
It may have sold 30 million copies worldwide, but before the release of Tomb Raider: Legend last year it looked like Lara Croft was ending her video game career in disgrace. Thankfully the new game was exactly the reboot that the series needed, instantly reminding everyone why they loved it (and Lara) so much in the first place. So to mark the tenth anniversary of the first game (actually 2007 is the eleventh anniversary, but who's counting?) Eidos are releasing this special remake of the first game in the series, using an enhanced version of the graphics engine from Tomb Raider: Legend.
Although the game does feature the same basic settings and levels as the original, this isn't just the same game with better graphics. Most of the levels are larger, with many new paths and areas to explore. They're also much more interactive, with Lara using many of the same moves and gadgets she demonstrated in Tomb Raider: Legend, including a grappling hook and a greater variety of weapons. The story has been expanded too, but it does keep the same basic structure with more animal enemies than the later games, including the infamous encounter with a tyrannosaurs rex. Instead of just running straight at you mindlessly, the enemies have also been given much better artificial intelligence than previously.
The new graphics are still the most obvious change but the new fluid movement of Lara is a world away from the awkward grid based system used in the old games. Indeed this should be the first video game remake to actually prove itself as something more than just a cheap cash-in.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.0 (135 votes)
In a nutshell:
Lara Croft is finally back in the first game to do her legacy justice since the days of the original PlayStation. With updated graphics and gameplay, and a whole new suite of moves and equipment this is the sequel fans have always demanded.
The lowdown:
After the disappointment of Angel of Darkness, the Tomb Raider series has gone back to basics with a new developer and even a new Lara. Combat is back to being only around a third of the game with everything else centred on platform jumping and puzzle solving. To help this, there's a canny new movement system that allows Lara to jump onto and grab objects at an angle, so there's none of the awkward grid based movement of the earlier games. This is also the first Tomb Raider to have a proper physics engine, with lots of the puzzles revolving around movement and the use of Lara's natty new magnetic grappling hook. The graphics are also excellent, and with input from the original creator this is a long awaited return to form.
Most exciting moment:
The realisation that this is actually a proper update of the original game, as Lara leaps around cliffs like a mountain goat, with graphics and controls that aren't still stuck in 1996.
Since you ask:
The new voice of Lara is provided by Keeley Hawes, who also plays Zoe Reynolds in BBC TV show Spooks.
The bottom line:
Lara Croft is back in the first decent new Tomb Raider game for a long time.
Harrison Dent

Kort men bra. Vill man ha mer kan man alltid köpa remaken på orginalspelet som använder samma motor och kontroll men är större. Fräsh matinéunderhållning.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness  
Action PlayStation 2
Help Tomb Raider's famous heroine, Lara Croft, save the world from the forces of evil.

As the game begins, Lara wakes from a stupor. Recalling what she can of the past few hours, she remembers walking in on a killer after discovering the body of Von Croy, her friend and former mentor. She must make a hasty escape from the authorities who blame her for the crime. Determined to discover the fiend responsible, Lara eventually uncovers an evil plot that could cause the destruction of mankind. If the reincarnation of the "angel of darkness" is allowed to happen, the world is doomed!

The game environment is set in the somewhat distant future. You'll lead Lara mostly in 3rd person perspective, travelling to various locales in Europe. Explore sewers, cemeteries, warehouses, factories and cities. A multitude of NPCs will be encountered, both in the form of friend as well as foe.

Angel of Darkness introduces new stealth and close-combat moves - ducking, sneaking and hug-the-walls walking. Lara must build her skills by performing action sequences. You'll have her running, dodging, performing flying leaps and platform jumps, shimming along walls and cables, as well as moving boxes and other obstacles around. Advancements are achieved with strategically placed power-ups. Collect weapons and ammunition, artifacts and money.

You'll also play Kurtis Trent, a new male counterpart, for several "levels". Although Kurtis gets in Lara's way when she first meets him, he eventually becomes an ally when they realize they are both working towards the same goal.

The Last Guardian  
PlayStation 4
Facing unknown dangers in a strange and mystical land, an ordinary young boy and his gigantic feathered friend must rely on each other to survive in this harrowing story of friendship and trust. Pre-order item: Pre-order The Last Guardian and receive the digital Mini Soundtrack (includes four tracks) and PS4 Theme.

The Last of Us  
Action-adventure game, Survival horror PlayStation 3
The Last of Us is an upcoming post-apocalyptic third-person survival action-adventure video game developed by Naughty Dog for the PlayStation 3. It was officially revealed on December 10, 2011 during the Spike TV Video Game Awards.

The main characters in the game, Ellie and Joel, are played by Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker, respectively. Joel is a "ruthless" survivor and Ellie is a 14-year-old girl who is wise beyond her years but is too young to remember the world as it once was.

The Last of Us begins in a Boston quarantine zone twenty years after a fungal plague decimated modern civilization. Ellie, a 14-year-old orphan, lives in a strict boarding house, and Joel, who is a black market dealer within the quarantine zone, sells weapons and drugs. An event occurs where Joel makes a promise to a dying friend that he will protect Ellie and help her escape. As they both make their way out of the quarantine zone with their lives, the game then starts to play throughout areas across the United States, including a now post-apocalyptic Pittsburgh and other locations being reclaimed by nature.

The Last of Us: Remastered  
3rd Person, Action, Shooter Play Station 4 8
Winner of over 200 Game of the Year awards, The Last of Us has been rebuilt for the PlayStation 4 system. Now featuring full 1080p, higher resolution character models, improved shadows and lighting, in addition to several other gameplay improvements.

20 years after a pandemic has radically changed known civilization, infected humans run wild and survivors are killing each other for food, weapons; whatever they can get their hands on. Joel, a violent survivor, is hired to smuggle a 14 year-old girl, Ellie, out of an oppressive military quarantine zone, but what starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal journey across the U.S.

The Last of Us Remastered includes the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, Reclaimed Territories Map Pack, and the critically acclaimed The Last of Us: Left Behind Single Player campaign that combines themes of survival, loyalty, and love with tense, survival-action gameplay. Explore a brutal post-pandemic world, fully realized with the power of PlayStation 4 system Includes all DLC packs: over $30 in value In-game cinematic commentary from the cast and creative director.

In addition to the base game three pieces of DLC are included:

The Last of Us: Abandoned Territories Map Pack
The Last of Us: Left Behind
The Last of Us: Reclaimed Territories Map Pack

Other types of DLC such as The Last of Us: Grounded Bundle and about 80 additional items such as masks and weapons are not included and need to be purchased separately.

The Legend of Kage 2  
Action Nintendo DS
While being transported to the Iga village, the secret princess Kirihime is kidnapped by the evil Yoshiro Yukikusa, commander of an evil demon army. Kage and Chihiro are ninjas from the Iga village, and are sworn by their loyalty to do all they can to rescue her. They must face Yoshiro's endless demon ninja army on their quest across Japan.

As ninjas, Kage and Chihiro make use of a variety of ninja equipment and abilities. Kage uses katana and shuriken, while Chihiro uses a kusarigama (a chain with a blade on the end). Between stages, the player can arrange orbs they've collected on a grid to create different ninjutsu, or ninja magic. These have a variety of uses, including elemental attacks, damage reduction, and quicker attacks. New skills are also regularly learned, such as combination moves and new attacks, as well as increased jump height (in keeping with the absurd jumps the original game is known for).

After clearing the game, a hard mode is unlocked. There is also an art gallery featuring production illustrations, unlocked by meeting various conditions in the game.

Legend of Kay  
Action PlayStation 2 3.9
Legend of Kay is a classic action adventure with an advanced close combat fighting system.

The young hero "Kay", a cat, rise to a challenge when emperor Shun - king of the mighty gorilla - invaded the island Yenching with his troops. Kay may be only a scholar, but he is a brave and agile fighter. He leaves his village only with his sword and soon becomes a seasoned fighter.

The fights in Legend of Kay reminds of good old eastern martial-arts-movies. There are various moves the player can execute: uppercuts, back flips, somersaults, powerful magic attacks and you have the combo moves. When you gain a combo, you can auto aim at enemies, which makes it easy for the player to execute double- and triple blows.

In the beginning you only have a sword but later in the game Kay receives steel claws and a powerful war hammer. All weapons can be upgraded.

Kay has to fight against a lot of different enemies on ground and in the air. There are a lot of jump and run action, puzzles and of course many, many fights.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds  
Role Playing Nintendo 3 Ds

Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past/ Four Swords  
Game Boy Advance
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is one of the best games ever made. Four Swords is a cool new multiplayer game. Together they make the bargain of the century.

Despite the all-encompassing excellence of Ocarina of Time and Wind Waker, many fans consider A Link to the Past to be the best Zelda game ever. Originally released in 1991 for the SNES, this, despite a few sound effect additions and the curious dumbing down of a couple of puzzles and snippets of dialogue, is a perfect conversion of that game.

Anyone who hasn't played this before will be surprised at just how similar it is to the newer Zelda games. It's got nearly all the same weapons and items, and the puzzles and gameplay are just as complex and interesting. In fact, lesser games are stilling ripping off the inspired fiendishness of the light/dark world and the various head-scratching puzzles it creates. Of course the graphics are rubbish--they were pretty lame even back in 1991--but for once that really doesn't matter.

Clearly not wanting to be accused of releasing another "lazy" port, Nintendo have included a brand new multiplayer mode in the form of Four Swords. Entirely separate from the single-player adventure, it allows you and up to three friends to battle through one of three smallish dungeons cooperating on puzzles and mercilessly stealing each other's treasures. Although short-lived it's great fun and the perfect accompaniment to the magnificence of A Link to the Past.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild  
Kids & Family Nintendo Switch
Step into a world of discovery, exploration, and adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a boundary-breaking new game in the acclaimed series. Travel across vast fields, through forests, and to mountain peaks as you discover what has become of the kingdom of Hyrule in this stunning Open-Air Adventure. Now on the Nintendo Switch console, your journey is freer and more open than ever. Take your system anywhere, and adventure as Link any way you like. Discover a world as never before seen: by making your own path, choices, and consequences Ingenuity is the key to survival: find multiple solutions to tons of dynamic puzzles Surprises hide around every corner: scavenge weapons, armor, plants, animals, and more Live off the land: find weapons and armor, cook food, and brew elixirs Utilize special technology: the in-game Sheikah Slate controls objects and enemies in fun ways Gear up: many weapons and armor have unique stats, resistances, effects, and durability Shrines offer hundreds of clever challenges even veterans won’t see coming Compatible amiibo include the Wolf Link amiibo figure, figures from the Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary amiibo series, and figures from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo series. Each one will offer Link in-game items that may just come in handy.

The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition  
Kids & Family GameCube 4.5 (15 votes)
The Greatest legend in gaming! The ultimate Zelda Collection. Includes the Legend of Zelda, Zelda II, The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, and The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask.

Vad kan gå fel? Fyra mästerverk i en box. Ocarnia of time är bäst. Majoras Mask mest orginellt och ett av de kanske mörkaste spelen någonsin(!). Zelda II är "sämst" och Zelda är det som startade allt och bör spelas av alla.

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures  
Action & Adventure GameCube 4.5 (14 votes)
Link's latest adventure starts as Vaati the wind sorcerer stirs trouble having been locked away long ago by the power of the Four-Sword. When Princess Zelda mysteriously goes missing, Link is tricked into releasing Vaati from his prison. Now our hero must use the power of the sword to split himself into four and once again lock Vaati away.

The four identical Links have to battle their way across eight classic areas of Hyrule powering up the Four-Sword by collecting Force Gems. Once the sword regains its power to repel evil, Link can destroy dark barriers and uncover the ominous secret behind Zelda' s kidnapping.

Guldkorn igen. Lite bortglömmt spel där fokuset ligger i pusseldelarna. Lagom stort. Inte för svårt och intresant samspel med GameBoy Advance.

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages  
Role-playing Games Game Boy Color 5.0 (11 votes)
One of two new "Zelda" games for the Game Boy Color, "Oracle of Ages" is geared towards the cerebral gamer, with a heavy focus on puzzle solving. The Triforce has alerted Link to trouble in the land of Labrynna, where the evil sorceress Veran has possessed Nayru, the "Oracle of Ages"; Veran travels back in time, setting up events that lead to a world where evil dominates. It's up to you to help Link stop Veran and set things straight...
Game mechanics and menus are similar to those found in the first "Zelda" Game Boy title. As in almost every Zelda game, you have to traverse eight dungeons and find eight key items. The harp of time is vital to your quest this time: it's required to manipulate events and stop Veran's rewriting of history.
Although this game is extremely enjoyable on its own, you'll want to use it in conjunction with its sister title, "Zelda: Oracle of Seasons". After you complete one game, you'll be given a password that can be used in the other to begin with all your items, statistics, and progress intact. Certain characters will appear only by playing both games, and by using a link cable, players can trade items. Game Boy Advance users will find a store that's exclusive to them.
While this is an excellent game, with hours of outstanding gameplay, it might be too complicated for younger gamers or those looking for mindless fun. --"Raymond M. Padilla"

Zelda men ändå inte.
Inte lika bra som när Nintendo själva får utveckla men inte dåligt för det. Man kan flytta sin speldata efter att man klarat spelet till Oracle of Seasons.

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons  
Role-playing Games Game Boy Color 5.0 (9 votes)
One of two new Zelda games for the Game Boy Color, "Oracle of Seasons" is the more action-focused of the duo. The Triforce has alerted Link to trouble in the land of Holodrum, where the General of Darkness has kidnapped Din, the Oracle of Seasons. The villain hopes to transform Holodrum into a wasteland by changing the order of the seasons. It's up to you to help Link save Holodrum by rescuing Din...
The game features more combat and less puzzle-solving than its sister title, "Zelda: Oracle of Ages". Its mechanics and menus are similar to those found in the original "Zelda" Game Boy game--this is classic overhead role-playing at its best. The key item in this game is the Rod of Seasons, which allows Link to change seasons at will. For example, an impassable lake becomes a quick pathway to stroll by using the rod to change seasons from summer to winter.
Although this game is extremely enjoyable on its own, you'll want to use it in conjunction with "Oracle of Ages". After you complete one game you'll be given a password that can be used in the other to enable you to begin with all your items, statistics and progress intact. Certain characters will appear only when you play both games, and by using a link cable, players can trade items. Game Boy Advance users will find a store that's exclusive to them.
This is one of the best Game Boy titles ever, though it may not appeal to younger players or those looking for an undemanding game. --"Raymond M Padilla,"

Zelda men ändå inte.
Inte lika bra som när Nintendo själva får utveckla men inte dåligt för det. Man kan flytta sin speldata efter att man klarat spelet till Oracle of Seasons.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass  
Kids & Family Nintendo DS 4.5 (56 votes)
The epic story of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker continues as Link finds himself lost in a new adventure. Link and Tetra, the leader of a band of pirates, discover a ghost ship in dense fog. Link falls into the ocean when Tetra gets into trouble, and he wakes up alone on the shore of a mysterious island. Throughout the game, Link collects sand for his Phantom Hourglass, which allows him to explore deeper and deeper into a time-limited dungeon in his quest to find Tetra. Featuring intuitive touch-screen controls and innovative puzzles, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass offers new challenges for fans of the series and an easy-to-grasp introduction for gamers new to The Legend of Zelda. The robust single-player adventure will have Zelda veterans and newcomers alike engrossed by the story as they move through the game with the stylus. A special two-player battle mode lets players connect locally or via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. One player controls Link as he tries to gather as many Force Gems as possible, while the other player manages the enemies who pursue Link. The replayability of these winner-take-all matches is virtually endless.

Drar nytta av ds:ens funktioner på ett mycket snyggt sätt. Bärbart men ändå stort och klassiskt. Känns lite nygammalt med grafisk stil som Windwaker, kontroll som DS-spel och pussel som alla Zelda spel.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword  
Action Wii
This special edition includes:
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Golden Wii Remote Plus with a Zelda logo and a translucent grip cover
25th anniversary orchestra soundtrack disc

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks  
Action Nintendo DS 87
Apprentice engineer, Link, is ready to travel to Hyrule Castle and receive his engineer's license - and meet Princess Zelda herself! However, during the ceremony, Zelda slips Link a note warning him not to trust the Chancellor, and to help her reach the Spirit Tower. The land's Spirit Tracks (mystical railway tracks that cover the land) have been disappearing, and she suspects that the Chancellor is the cause. While heading to the Tower, the Chancellor intercepts them, and proves Zelda's suspicions right - he casts a magic spell on her, splitting her body from her soul! Link and Zelda must work together to return Zelda to normal and save Hyrule once again.

In The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, the player takes on the role of Link. As with the previous game, Phantom Hourglass, players guide Link entirely with the stylus - using it to move him, target foes, and guide special weapons. The player is also encouraged to draw notes on the in-game maps - and in certain puzzles, it is crucial to do so. Link receives new tools in the game as he progresses, including a windmill, which is used to blow away debris, poison gas, and enemies, and the pan flute, which is used to activate special tunes that unlock new areas, discover secrets, and more. In certain dungeons, players will control both Link and Zelda, as they work together. In her spirit form, Zelda is able to possess hulking Phantom suits of armour, which can be used to block flames, protect Link, and carry him across dangerous areas.

As suggested by the title, the key method of transportation involves a train. Players draw their route to the next area on the map, and then let the train run its course. While the train is moving, they'll need to watch out for other trains, obstacles and animals on the tracks, and enemies. They'll also need to keep an eye on the best track route, which they can change as they near a junction.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker  
Action & Adventure GameCube 4.5 (123 votes)
The "Legend of Zelda" series practically defined adventure gaming for an entire generation, appearing on each Nintendo console from the NES and Super NES to the Nintendo 64. And the first thing you'll notice about "The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker" is that it looks completely different from any previous "Zelda" title.
Nintendo has opted to use cell-shading technology here; the result is that the game looks like a cartoon. Die-hard Zelda purists initially howled at this change, arguing that it made the game look like a kids' title, but the finished product looks fantastic. The cartoon animation style allows for better expression of the characters and several of the animations--such as Link trying to pick up an object that's too heavy--are so cute that you can't help but laugh a little.
Link travels from island to island on a talking boat and you're not going to make it far without the wind blowing in the direction you want to go. Link gains the ability to change the direction of the wind early in the game and you'll do so frequently, not only to power your boat but also to solve puzzles. Clever use of wind makes "Wind Waker" stand out from more conventional adventure games.
Puzzles are innovative and refreshing, and despite getting stuck a handful of times, we never felt too frustrated to keep playing. The locales you'll visit are invariably exotic and fun to explore, and the host of bizarre creatures you'll encounter (friendly and otherwise) are always surprising. Moreover, though its look is radically different, "Wind Waker" feels like a classic "Zelda" game--it's everything you've come to expect from the series, and it's one of the best adventure games to date. --"Jon Grover"

En del klagar på grafiken. Jag älskar som vanligt. Zelda är Zelda och även om grafiken kan skillja sig en del om man gämför med Ocarna of Time, Majoras Mask och Twilight Princess så är det lika fantastiskt som dessa spel.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess  
Nintendo Wii 4.5 (105 votes)
Manufacturer's Description:
When an evil darkness enshrouds the land of Hyrule, a young farm boy named Link must awaken the hero and the animal within.

Game storyline:
Link, a young man raised as a wrangler in a small, rural village, is ordered by the mayor to attend the Hyrule Summit. He sets off, oblivious to the dark fate that has descended upon the kingdom. When he enters the Twilight Realm that has covered Hyrule, he transforms into a wolf and is captured. A mysterious figure named Midna helps him break free. With the aid of her magic, they set off to free the land from the shadows.

Link, Zelda, Midna and many other characters, both new and old. How to progress through the game: Link must explore the vast land of Hyrule and uncover the mystery behind its plunge into darkness. As he does, he'll have to enlist the aid of friendly folk, solve puzzles and battle his way through dangerous dungeons. In the Twilight Realm, he'll have to use his wolf abilities and Midna's magic to bring light to the land.

Special powers/weapons/moves/features:
Besides his trusty sword and shield, Link will use his bow and arrows, fight while on horseback and use a wealth of other items, both new and old. Players can use the Wii Remote as a fishing pole, while a spin of the Nunchuk controller executes a spin attack.

Zelda känns vuxnare än någonsin. Kanske för att väga upp för det något barnsligare Wind Waker. Snyggaste cutscensen i ett Zelda spel hittills och roligaste kontrollen. Får inte missas.

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars  
Action PlayStation 3
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is based on the animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. As usual the game re-tells scenes from the original while replacing everything and everyone with LEGO bricks. It also brings humour into play; mostly slapstick and often based on the fact that LEGO constructions are fragile.

Just like the predecessors this game is built around the three co-op campaigns. The players choose one of many Star Wars characters to go through the levels. Those consist of many action-based fights, platforming and some puzzles, which require cooperation of the two characters. The game be played alone; then the AI takes over the second character.

Additionally to the on-foot missions there are vehicle sequences, in which players take control over walkers or tanks. But the game also introduces a new mission type which utilizes real-time strategy elements. In those missions players find themselves on a map and have to conquer all enemy bases - but unfortunately many of them are protected. To destroy those defenses, players need access to special weapons or units, which have to be produced first. Of course there are production buildings needed to accomplish this; those can be built on already conquered bases. The arcade multiplayer mode is based on this mission type.

Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga  
Action & Shooter PlayStation 3
It’s the game that never should’ve worked. Normal licensed games are usually bad enough but the game of the toy of the film? Clearly the Force was with developer Traveller’s Tales though because Lego Star Wars I and II were huge critical and commercial hits that showed that not only could licensed games be good but that titles aimed at kids and the family could be just as innovative and entertaining as any other. Clearly not wishing for any of the new consoles to miss out on the fun this is a compendium of both games with a bunch of new extras thrown in on top.
Together the two games cover both the prequel and original trilogy, with each film given six separate levels of its own, one of which is vehicle based. The rest of the levels though are deceptively simple action adventures with a built-in co-operative mode that anyone can join in and leave whenever they want. The combat is simple enough that anyone can play and you never really die, leaving the most complex part of the gameplay the always cleverly designed puzzles.
For this special version of the games extra levels have been added in (including the Zam Wessell chase from Attack of the Clones) as well as new bonus missions, ten new bounty hunter missions and the ability to play any of the characters in any of the levels. Add in a new online co-op mode for the PS3 and 360 and this really is the complete saga. "Harrison Dent"

Life Is Strange  
Adventure Play Station 4
Chrysalis is the first episode of the five-part Life Is Strange adventure series. The entire game takes place in the course of a week in October 2013. The story is told from the point of view of Maxine Caulfield, a 12th grade student who wants to make a career in photography and gets a scholarship for the fictional Blackwell Academy in Arcadia Bay, Oregon (USA). She grew up in Arcadia Bay and spent most of her childhood there until she had to move with her parents to Seattle, leaving behind her best friend Chloe. This first episode starts with a strange vision near a lighthouse, showing a tornado, and then moves on to a photography class, taught by Mark Jefferson, at the academy. This episode largely serves to establish Max as a character and to introduce the people in her class and dorm and their relationships. There are however several events and relevations that already force Max to take some tough decisions.

Rather than a puzzle based adventure game, it is more of an interactive drama similar to the contemporary Telltale games. Max can explore the full 3D environment freely and the focus is on interaction with other characters to shape the story and character arc. There is a free camera during exploration and cinematic camera angles during cut-scenes. While walking around characters or items of interest are highlighted in white with their name shown. By clicking relevant words or actions are shown and those can be selected. Early on in the game Max discovers she has a strange ability that allows her to rewind time at will. With a strong focus on choice and consequence, and providing or withholding information, Max often has to choose sides. She can use this ability, which is a part of the game world and not just a game mechanic, to rewind time and watch the outcome of different choices before deciding how to move on. She can also use information for different choices at the initial starting point, for instance to warn people or to anticipate actions or questions or to steal an object and then rewind them to prevent people from noticing. There is a limit to the length of rewinding as the game uses internal checkpoints at certain points, but almost any scene can be rewound, weighing the consequences as the game encourages the player to experience the butterfly effect. Similar to the Telltale games the player is warned when characters will remember Max' actions, when there are consequences or when new conversation options are available if time is rewound.

Rewinding time is shown as a spiral in the top left corner of the screen with dots for important decisions. Most of the progress is based on exploration and conversations, but there are a few minor environment based puzzles, often based on the rewind function, information from conversations, observations or using a single item that is stored automatically and does not require inventory management. There are often small, optional parts in the game, encouraging exploration to take pictures of specific situations. These are stored in a separate screen and are rewarded with achievements or trophies. Max keeps track of the events in her diary. Important documents are stored in a separate screen and there is also an overview of all the characters she meets along with a bio. Max can sit down in various locations and she will then ponder the game's events. The game has a texting system Max uses to receive messages from other characters in the game. Unlike many Telltale games there are no timed conversation options with neutral choices where you do not choose anything at all, or quick time events. At the end of each episode an overview of all the major and minor choices is shown, with percentages for all players worldwide.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm  
Adventure Play Station 4, PlayStation 4
Life is Strange: Before the Storm features Chloe Price, a 16 year-old rebel who forms an unlikely friendship with Rachel Amber, a beautiful and popular girl destined for success. When Rachel’s world is turned upside down by a family secret it takes their new found alliance to give each other the strength to overcome their demons.

Life is Strange: Before The Storm  
Adventure PlayStation 4
Life is Strange: Before the Storm is a new three-part, standalone adventure set three years before the first game in the BAFTA award-winning franchise. You play as sixteen-year-old Chloe Price who forms an unlikely friendship with Rachel Amber, a beautiful and popular girl destined for success. When Rachel learns a secret about her family that threatens to destroy her world, it is her newfound friendship with Chloe that gives her the strength to carry on. No longer alone the girls must confront each other's demons and together, find a way to overcome them. Standard Edition content includes: Life is Strange: Before the Storm - The Complete Season (Episodes 1 to 3); Bonus Episode: 'Farewell' - play one last time as a young Max Caulfield in a special bonus episode; Mixtape Mode - Design your own playlist from the Life is Strange licensed soundtrack and listen to it alongside a cinematic scene from the game; Outfit Pack - Change up Chloe's look with three new complete outfits. Includes Punk Doe, Hawt Dawg Man & Illuminati outfits. Episode 1 from the first Life is Strange season. digital content

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII  
Rpg PlayStation 3
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is the third episode in the Final Fantasy XIII saga. It follows the story of Lightning who returns after a long period of time, having to fight her way through against various foes and even allies because of a prophecy predicting that the Savior will return to destroy the world.

The game must be completed in a limited amount of time, seven days that can be extended to thirteen days. The NPCs are in constant movement, which means that depending on how much time has elapsed, they will be at different locations. Rather than using the Crystarium System from the previous games, the protagonist's skills improve as she completes quests, some of which are optional and are either obtained at the Canvas of Prayer or given by NPCs. Every day at 6, Lightning is taken back to the Ark, where she gives Eradia, an energy bestowed by NPC quests, to the Yggdrasil tree to extend her allotted time.

The enemies are visible on the World map, and whoever strikes before the battle starts first will deal damage to their opponent. Enemies will appear in larger number during night time. The battle use the Style-Change Active Time Battle System, an upgraded version of the previous game's Paradigm system. Lightning has access to different outfits that give her various abilities. The system is reminiscent of Final Fantasy X-2's Garment system. Such outfits are often inspired from other games, such as Final Fantasy VII and even from a cross-over scenario with Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Each garb has its own set of skills mapped to the controller buttons rather than in a list of commands.

Link's Crossbow Training  
Nintendo Wii 5.0 (19 votes)
The Wii Remote and Nunchuk both take on a new feeling when placed within the Wii Zapper. In Links Crossbow Training players use the Wii Remote in the Wii Zapper to aim at targets on the screen, with the Nunchuk controlling movement. On the Wii Remote, players simply press down the trigger (the B Button) to fire, or continue the pressure for a more powerful shot. They can also re-position themselves, turning in different directions by aiming the pointer off-screen. On the Nunchuk the Z-Button acts as a zoom function for the camera so that the shot is completely on target. Links Crossbow Training sees each player take on the role of Link in a series of exciting and fast-paced challenges set in the world of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Players can get accustomed to the Wii Zapper with Links Crossbow Training and practice Target Shooting as well as the Defender and Ranger modes, ensuring an action-packed experience in numerous stages spread over nine levels. The object of each stage is to achieve the highest score before the time limit expires. Utilising the innovative Wii Zapper allows players to take aim and fully immerse themselves into the game in a completely new way!

Little Nightmares: Six Edition  
PlayStation 4
Immerse yourself in Little Nightmares, a dark whimsical tale that will confront you with your childhood fears as you help Six escape The Maw - a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal!

LittleBigPlanet Karting  
Racing PlayStation 3

Lollipop Chainsaw  
Action PlayStation 3
Lollipop Chainsaw is a hack and slash action game with gameplay resembling No More Heroes series, featuring a zombie-slaying cheerleader named Juliet Starling as the main protagonist. The locale for the events is San Romero High School. Everything began in Juliet's classroom, whereas a schoolmate of hers started to turn students into zombies in order to undo the barrier separating our world and Rotten World, a dimension where demonic and undead beings dwell. Juliet now has to rid the school of the undead outbreak.

Three categories of attacks may be performed: Light attacks (acrobatic kicks and punches by using her pom-poms), Heavy attacks (furious chainsaw slashes), and Super attacks (used for killing zombies and saving classmates will fill up Juliet's star meter). Juliet also carries the disembodied head of her boyfriend, Nick, who was bitten by a zombie and hangs him with her skirt, can be used as a projectile device. Juliet can place Nick's head and attached on a zombie's decapitated head and allows the player to control Nick possessing the zombie's body while assisting Juliet. When the player completes certain challenges in the game, Juliet's chainsaw and skills will be upgraded, gaining new abilities as you progress further into the game. By killing many zombies, it can earn you two types of medals (which are used from an in-game shop called Chop2Shop.zom). The gold medals are used for upgrading the character's stats and buy new signature moves, while rare platinum coins can be rewarded for killing special zombies or Sparkle Hunting.

Massacred zombies jet bursts of light instead of blood. Depending on some conditions, one or another of two different endings, a good and a bad one, will be displayed.

Lords Of The Fallen  
Role Playing Game (RPG) PlayStation 4
Lords of the Fallen is a challenging Action RPG set in a medieval fantasy world ruled by a Fallen God. Fighting against the formidable Lords and Generals that command his demonic army is the main feature of the game. Lords of the Fallen rewards skill and persistence among dedicated Action RPG fans. The combat system consists of many complex skills that join both weapon mastery and supernatural abilities combined with large number of weapons, armors and upgrades. Large variety of items and gear can be found throughout re-exploration and investigating game's deep and intriguing secret areas.

Medieval fantasy world: Filled with chaos and lethal danger, where player never feels safe; The full history of both world and the player character unveils and dramatically changes throughout the gameplay.

Fighting against the formidable Lords and Generals: Even regular opponents make up a challenging duels; Over 15 boss encounters including giant beasts; Opponents include both supernatural beings and humans.

The combat system with many complex skills: Large variety of tactical medieval based weapon fighting techniques; Powerful and spectacular supernatural skills.

Large variety of items and gear: Classes of gear: Warrior, Rogue, Cleric; Tons of hidden objects and locations; Freedom of mixing different classes for both gear and skills.

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