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Adventure Sega Saturn 4.5 (2 votes)
I recently picked up this game and was I suprised. This game starts out like a movie and is truly scary! The music is fantastic with the mysterious piano sounds. Its like Myst, Dragons Lair and Resident Evil all in one. The story is: Your Laura Lewis. You are informed your well respected doctor father has gone on a mass killing spree leaving dozens of blood riddled bodies through out the halls of his hospital. It is up to you to solve the mystery of D! Why did your father go insane? You have exacltly 2 hours to find out. 2 disc set with multiple ends! GET THIS GAME!

Action & Adventure Nintendo 64 3.5 (2 votes)
Mikiko Ebihara, beautiful daughter of the unfortunate Dr. Toshiro Ebihara, has a favor to ask you. Will you join her in the quest to regain the mystical Daikatana, avenge her father's death, and set history straight? Journey from a future Kyoto, Japan, to ancient Greece, then on to Norway in the Middle Ages before meeting the ultimate challenges in San Francisco, 2030 A.D. This is Daikatana.

Ett av tidernas sämsta spel på de flesta plan. Tråkig grafik, dåliga animationer, slö story och seg kontroll. Ger mig den där härliga känslan av att vilja kasta ut min N64 genom fönstret och stoppa i mig någonting som får mig att glömma att jag ens har beskådat konvolutet till detta spel från en av branshens största tomtar.

Dakar 2  
Driving & Racing GameCube 4.0 (1 votes)
Paris Dakar Rally 2 takes the official license to the next level in this all-out arcade version of the most radical endurance rally in the world. Featuring town stages in France, Spain and Morocco and progressing onto more traditional Dakar landscapes, the game offers a unique and exciting alternative to the plethora of standard rally games. Paris Dakar Rally 2 also features unique GPS navigational levels where you must race across the open desert to reach stage checkpoints with nothing to guide you but your GPS.

Dark Souls  
Action, Role-Playing (RPG) PlayStation 3
Long ago, before humans existed, the world was ruled by dragons. However, when humans came along, the dragons were all but wiped out thanks to the Four Lords, mighty god-like beings who defeated them in an epic battle. The Age of Fire began, a golden age for humanity, but such prosperity could not last. A curious affliction has started to appear: called the Darksign, those it brands are cursed to become an immortal undead, forever returning from death until they ultimately lose their minds. It is said that one day, a Chosen Undead will appear, and a great change will occur in the world. One of the many undead manages to escape the asylum he was locked in, which is seen as the first sign for the role he will eventually play.

Dark Souls is a third-person action RPG and a spiritual successor to 2009's Demon's Souls. Mechanically, it is very similar to its predecessor. The player can choose between several character classes for the protagonist, choose the gender, and customize his or her physical appearance. Character attributes can be manually increased when leveling up. The game takes place in a series of interconnected, mostly dungeon-like areas populated by enemies. Some areas can be accessed freely, though the enemies there may be too hard for the player to tackle at earlier stages. Combat allows detailed options such as active parrying, blocking, rolling, and different attacks with equipped weapon. The player must pay close attention to both their vitality and stamina meters. All actions will reduce stamina, and when the stamina bar is empty the player is left vulnerable.

Much like its predecessor, Dark Souls touts its hardcore pedigree and high level of difficulty. Even the most mundane of enemies can be deadly if not handled with care, and many situations will seem impossibly unfair at first glance, but there is always a solution to be found. The game takes place in the kingdom of Lordran, which is a large continuous world where all areas of the game are interconnected. The game also features a unique and extensive online play system, where players can attack or assist each other for benefits, as well as find and leave messages for each other.

The player can improve their abilities and equipment using Souls, which are taken from defeated enemies and function both as a currency and experience points. There is also a secondary, much more scarce currency called Humanity, which provides a number of situational benefits. Humanity can be used to revive to human form, which allows the player to kindle bonfires to earn more healing items, as well as to call for assistance from NPCs or other players. However, if the player is defeated, they will revert to hollow, return to the last bonfire they rested at, and lose all souls and humanity they had on them. It can be recovered by reaching the spot where they died, but if they die again before collecting them, they are lost forever.

Dark Souls II  
Action PlayStation 3
Developed by From Software, Dark Souls II is the highly anticipated sequel to the punishing 2011 breakout hit Dark Souls (9.5/10 GameSpot, 9.0/10 IGN). The unique old-school action RPG experience captivated imaginations of gamers worldwide with incredible challenge and intense emotional reward. Dark Souls II brings the franchise’s renowned difficulty & gripping gameplay innovations to both single and multiplayer experiences.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin  
Action PlayStation 4
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is a remastered release of Dark Souls II. Next to the main game with all patches it includes the three DLC packs:
Dark Souls II: Crown of the Ivory King
Dark Souls II: Crown of the Old Iron King
Dark Souls II: Crown of the Sunken KingThe gameplay has been slightly changed by removing certain safe zones and adding new NPCs and enemies, including the Forlorn. The placing of enemies have been changed to create a whole new game dynamic, specifically for returning players. Online and the campaign have had game balance tweaks, improved online matchmaking, better quality graphics and different item descriptions.

The PC (DirectX 11), PS4 and Xbox One version have additional upgrades to graphics, sound, performance. For those platforms online gameplay has also been changed from 4 to supporting 6 players.

Dark Souls III  
Action PlayStation 4
In the Kingdom of Lothric, the pilgrims go on their journey towards certain death... And then the Fire fades.
The Lords of Cinder, fallen heroes who have linked the First Flame in the past, are now missing. And it is up to a lone Unkindled to hunt them down and bring them back to their thrones at Firelink Shrine...

Dark Souls III is the fourth entry in the Souls franchise (with Demon's Souls being the spiritual predecessor to the series). There are many references to the previous entries scattered throughout the game, such as old NPCs, familiar places and items, and so on.

The gameplay remains true to the series (particularly to the first Dark Souls game), despite also having clear influences from Bloodborne. The player starts the game by choosing one of the 10 available classes, being able to customize the appearance of the character to their liking. The flow of the game is clearly faster than the first Dark Souls game, though not as fast-paced as Bloodborne - there is still the need for planned out blocking and dodging, while waiting for your chance to counterattack. Also available is the regular host of weapons and armor to choose from, allowing for a very high level of replayability. The level design also remains true to the series, with several interconnected paths and secrets spread throughout. The covenant system is back along with the multiplayer mode, where players can interact in the same fashion as before, with invasions and co-op.
One of the new additions to the game is the Weapon Arts system. This mechanic allows the player to have a specific stance for each of the weapons encountered in the game, being able to unleash a special movement with them by spending FP points (which are also used for casting magic, like in Demon’s Souls). This new system only adds to the depth of the game, paving the way for even more diverse character creation.

Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition  
PlayStation 4
The Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition delivers the complete Dark Souls III experience and includes the full game & all Season Pass content - Ashes of Ariandel and The Ringed City DLC expansions. Winner of 2017 DICE Awards for "RPG/Massively Multiplayer Game of the Year" and the 2016 Golden Joystick Award's "Ultimate Game of the Year", Dark Souls III continues to push the boundaries with the latest chapter in the critically-acclaimed and genre-defining series from director Hidetaka Miyazaki. Players will be immersed into a world of epic atmosphere and darkness with colossal enemies, expansive environments, and challenging and intense gameplay combat. As fires fade and the world falls into ruin, prepare yourself once more to Embrace The Darkness!

Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition  
Role Playing Game (RPG) PlayStation 3
Dark SoulsTM: Prepare to DieTM Edition will include an untold chapter in the world of Lordran. Sent back to the past, player will discover the story when Knight Artorias still lives. New Bosses - Including Black Dragon, Sanctuary Guardian, Artorias of the Abyss. PVP Arena & Online Matchmaking System - Quick matching for players to play 1vs1, 2vs2 and 4 player battle royal. New Areas - Including Oolacile Township, Oolacile Sanctuary, Royal Wood, Battle of Stoicism which is the training ground for online PVP battles. New Enemies - Including Wooden scarecrows, Chained Prisoner, Stone Knight. New NPCs - Including Hawkeye Gough, Elizabeth (keeper of the sanctuary). New Weapons and Armor - Equip some from the new bosses, enemies, and NPCs

Dark Souls: Remastered  
Nintendo Switch
Then, there was Fire. Re-experience the critically acclaimed, genre-defining game that started it all. Beautifully remastered, return to lordran in stunning detail. Dark souls: remastered Includes the main game plus the art Ori as of the Abyss DLC. This marks the franchise's debut on a Nintendo platform, and for the first time ever can be played on-the-go with Nintendo Switch. Deep and dark universe delve into an epic dark fantasy universe stricken by decline and the course explore its intricate world design - full of hidden passages, dungeons and secrets - and uncover its deeply rooted lore. Each end is a new beginning each play through surprises you with new challenges and unexpected facets of the game. Don't bet on completing the game only once. Gameplay richness and possibilities hundreds of unique combinations of weaponry, armor, Magic and crafting Options to create your own play style and gaming experience. Sense of learning, mastering and accomplishments from your first steps to mastery, build your character while refining your playing skills. Learn to strategize freely and experience the rewarding taste of overcoming daunting foes. The way of the multiplayer (up to 6 players with dedicated servers) whatever your motivations are to play online - collaboration or confrontation, support or betrayal - you'll find your true home among the Nine covenants. Which allegiance will you choose? dark souls: remastered & Band a I Namco entertainment Inc./ 2011-2018 from software, Inc.

The Darkness  
PLAYSTATION 3 4.5 (21 votes)
Developer Starbreeze Studios seem to have found a niche for themselves creating top notch video games based on licensing tie-ins that hardly anyone has ever heard of. The Chronicles of Riddick may have been a film flop but the game was one of the best first person shooters on the original Xbox. This follow-up is based on an obscure comic book about a Mafia hitman with the rather handy ability to conjure up the eponymous Darkness – source of seemingly unlimited demonic power.

To some degree the game can be played like a standard first person shooter, with main character Jackie Estacado proving a dab hand with a wide variety of standard pistols, machine guns and shotguns. The Darkness powers though are obviously the game’s real draw, with the ability to use super strong tentacles to fling around objects in the impressively interactive game world or act as a shield or even spy camera. The most interesting of the Darkness abilities though is summoning special imps called darklings. These come in twenty different types, from interrogator to kamikaze to decoy, and ensure there’s always more than one way to tackle any obstacle.

The only problem with the Darkness as a power is that it doesn’t work in strong light, which is where the need for more traditional weaponry comes in – especially when shooting out lights to get your demonic groove back on. The graphics are superb (The Chronicles of Riddick still looks better than many low end 360 games) and despite its obscure origins the Darkness itself turns out to be the most interesting thing to happen to first person shooters in years.
Harrison Dent

En av de mest intresanta tolkningar utav städer jag besökt. Allt klotter på väggarna, affisher etc. känns unikt och det är sällan man ser en tag två gånger. Alla delar av spelet som utspelar sig i "nutid" är mycket underhållande men bakslaget är "dåtids"-momenten. Storyn är intresant genom hela spelet och animationer och röstskådespelerit är på topp. Ett spel som inte får missas om man är en seriös spelare.

The Darkness II  
Action PlayStation 3
Jackie Estacado returns in the sequel to The Darkness. Jackie has been able to shut away the Darkness for two years, but a sudden attack of a rival gang makes him release the dark powers in order to survive. Jackie will set on a mission to uncover the mystery of the force behind the attackers. It's also somehow connected to Jenny, his murdered girlfriend that he still loves...

Handled by a different development studio, The Darkness II has a more straightforward FPS approach than its predecessor. Jackie is now able to shoot firearms and use the Darkness simultaneously. However, the dark powers disappear once Jackie steps into the light so it's important to eliminate light sources. Jackie's dark powers are upgradable with the use of 'dark essence' which is added after each kill.

In addition to the single player campaign there's Vendetta mode for up to four players. It offers a different story told along side Jackie's and four playable characters with unique weapons and abilities.

The graphics are produced using a cel-shading technique to emulate the visuals of the graphic novel.

Action & Adventure Sony PSP 5.0 (16 votes)
Brought to you by Ready At Dawn Studios' Daxter is tailor-made for the PSP, capturing all the fun, style, great gameplay and wit of previous Jak and Daxter titles.
The story takes us back to the events that led to the start of Jak IITM. Jak has been imprisoned in Haven city jail, Daxter now on his own in an unfamiliar position, quickly realises that being small and furry won't help his chances of survival and it is time to get tough!
Daxter takes on a job as a pest exterminator to help stamp out a mysterious bug infestation, this new job allows Daxter freedom to roam across Haven City collecting information that could lead to the release of his incarcerated friend. However Daxter soon discovers that he'll get a little more excitement from his job than he originally bargained for!
Being a pest exterminator is hard work and a work shy Ottsell can't be expected to wipe out an entire infestation without conserving energy with some well timed naps can he?! As Daxter takes time off his bug squashing duties he invites you into his dreams where he is the hero in several playable movie themed mini games.
Daxter also features cross platform compatibility with Jak X on PlayStation 2, allowing gamers who own both titles to unlock new content. With over 17 levels and 13 minutes of hilarious cut scenes, this title is guaranteed to take gamers on a classic platform adventure.

Daytona USA  
Driving & Racing Sega Dreamcast 3.5 (6 votes)
"Daytona USA 2001" is taken from the hugely successful arcade game of the same name, and the chances are you'll already have seen this game a thousand times before as you've walked past any seaside video arcade. Tracks have been taken from the original and the Sega Saturn version, and there are also new tracks that are exclusive to the Dreamcast. The range of cars that you can customise via differences in grip, acceleration, and maximum speed help you get around these great courses.
The game is broken up into single player race mode, championship mode, time trail and, of course, multiplayer. Once in the game, you get to race against 40 other cars. As you'd expect, controls are fairly simple, and although the analogue pad is a touch sensitive, you'll soon be power-sliding around those corners in no time. Even though a steering wheel isn't necessary by any means, it elevates the entire experience to a near-godly level of arcade perfection.
Longevity-wise this game holds plenty of options: the multiple tracks can all be varied in length and direction, and the game also holds secrets, with more cars available as you play your way through the championship mode. Graphics are of the usual ilk for the Dreamcast and you'd be mistaken for thinking that once again you're in the arcade shoving your pound coins in the slot.
If you're looking for harmless car racing on a track without having the worries that perhaps "MSR"'s cities or "F355"'s realism present, then get on your marks, get set, GO! --"Jason Denwood"

Dead Island  
Action & Shooter PlayStation 3

Dead Island: Riptide  
Action PlayStation 3 5.0
Dead Island: Riptide is the sequel to Dead Island and just like the original game it is an open-world action game with role-playing elements. After escaping the island in the previous game, the four immune survivors (Logan Carter, Sam B, Xian Mei and Puma) land on an aircraft carrier controlled by the Australian Defence Force. After meeting some other characters, the ship is overrun and after it crashes down the four land on the island Palanai, which is also affected by the infection. As the four survivors struggle to get off the island, they also become involved with finding out the cause of the outbreak through Frank Serpo, the local researcher, Dr. Kessler, and the WHO researcher, Harlow.

Players can choose any of the four survivors, each with their own abilities (even starting with a save game of the character from the previous title), or control the new character, John Morgan, who is also immune. He has a powerful kick attack that is very useful in close combat situations. The gameplay is largely identical as the survivor roams the surroundings, defeats enemies and gathers tools and weapons that can be customized and upgraded. The tropical setting is retained, but the surroundings are diversified through towns, cities and jungle. Water also plays an important role now, with large areas and cities that are flooded and many parts that can be traveled by boat. Characters can still move by foot or use a vehicle. Next to the regular quests that mainly require the character to fetch items, there are hub defense missions where a certain area needs to be barricaded and defended for a set amount of time. The game offers new weapons and customization options, as well as new enemies. Unlike in the first game, firearms are available almost right away. Thus, the player has the choice to play it as a first-person shooter rather than a brawler like the first game emphasized on.

Throughout the game, experience is gained to develop combat abilities through a skill tree next to the modified weapons. Characters also still have access to fury attacks that provide additional perks as long as the meter does not run out. Just like in the first game, the player is free to explore in any direction, but opponents level along with the main character to match the abilities. In addition to single-player, the game can once again be played cooperatively with up to four players.

Dead or Alive 2  
Action PlayStation 2 87
The arcade conversion adds an improved tag feature, with new stadiums to fight in, new character moves to play with, and plenty of windows, walls and ledges to fall over and crash through. Unlike Tekken Tag Tournament, however, DOA2 also includes a single player mode, a dodge button (allowing you to move left and right away from attacks), and multi-level arenas.

Dead or Alive 2  
Sega Dreamcast
WARNING! This import game can't be used on UK/European consoles. It requires special equipment.

Dead Or Alive 5  
Vecht PS3
The Dead or Alive series has always had an enthusiastic appreciation for the fairer sex. Dead or Alive 5 is no exception. Katsumi, Hitomi, Tina, and the rest of this top-heavy cast have returned as full-figured as ever. But DOA5's exaggerated brand of beauty is only skin deep. It's the foundation of solid fighting mechanics that gives this game its true appeal.

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record  
Action PlayStation 3 4.0
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record plays out a what-if scenario, retelling Dead Rising 2 with Frank West as the main protagonist, replacing Chuck Greene. Frank enters Fortune City, hoping to regain some of the fame he found after breaking the story on the Willamette zombie crisis that took place in Dead Rising. Instead of riding slicecycles through zombies, Frank enters Terror is Reality to wrestle zombies. When the zombies are set free, and the town is caught in another outbreak, Frank, considering himself lucky, readies his camera, determined to break the story.

The game isn't considered canon, since most of the main cast is drastically changed to keep the game interesting. Chuck Greene appears as one of the psychopaths, his daughter Katey does not make an appearance, and Stacey and Sullivan have new allegiances, for example. The game mechanics and goals are the same as Dead Rising 2: Frank must follow and complete cases within a certain time frame or the truth will vanish, he can escort survivors back to safety, and needs Zombrex to keep from becoming a zombie. This time, Frank needs Zombrex, and does not have to return to the Safe House to inject it. Off the Record returns photography to Dead Rising, and adds a new section of Fortune City, Uranus Zone. Additional combo weapons can be made, Frank's hand to hand fighting style differs from Chuck's, and Chuck Greene is the second player in co-op games.

Another new feature in Dead Rising 2 is the sandbox mode, where players can roam Fortune City with no time restrictions and no need for Zombrex. Levels, skills and money gained in the sandbox mode carry over to the story mode, same as the money Chuck made in the TIR games in Dead Rising 2 saved to the story mode. There are also challenges spread through out the map in sandbox mode.

Dead Space  
Action & Shooter PLAYSTATION 3 4.5 (64 votes)
Electronic Arts guarantees a happy Halloween for survival horror fans with the release of this terrifying, deeply personal thriller. Developed as a single-player game, Dead Space delivers the chilling, claustrophobic feeling of being isolated in a dark environment -- all the while being stalked by some truly horrific enemies!

Set in the far future, Earth's appetite for natural resources has become a major motivator for deep space exploration. Immense, privately-owned and operated mining ships called "planetcrackers" orbit planets and use sophisticated equipment to carve out entire city-sized chunks of rock, reducing them to component elements and raw ore. When communications go dead on-board the USG Ishimura, a famous planetcracker -- systems engineer Isaac Clarke -- is sent in to fix the problem. Once on-board the vessel, Isaac discovers that the crew has unearthed an ancient and malevolent alien presence far beneath the planet's surface and brought it on-board. Weaponless, alone and terrified, this lone engineer is burdened with much more than simple survival -- he must seal the alien horror back into the dark rock. Experience the rush of this terrifying, deeply personal thriller game Investigate lost signal and repair all necessary equipment in order to restore communications Explore distant future onboard the USG Ishimura Simulates claustrophobic feeling of being isolated in dark environment Developed as a single-player game

Dead Space 2  
Action PlayStation 3 90
In the follow-up to 2008's Dead Space, players once again take on the role of Isaac Clarke. He is an engineer who previously fought the hideous "Necromorphs" - a race of polymorphic (shape-changing) parasitic extraterrestrials that feed off of dead tissue and use dead corpses as hosts - aboard the doomed "PlanetCracker", the space ship USG Ishimura. Three years after those events, Clarke is found derelict in space and brought aboard The Sprawl - a massive space station orbiting Titan, one of the moons of Saturn. Isaac is understandably traumatized by the events of the first game and is haunted by memories of his wife's suicide, the horrific and numerous shapes and forms of the Necromorph horde, and continued delusions of an apparition taking his wives form. While being psycho-analyzed on The Sprawl, a new Necromorph outbreak soon occurs and Isaac has no choice to escape. He runs from both the Necromorphs and the space stations security team while trying to find a way out of his bonds, grabs a gun, and then learns the truths behind the reappearance of the Necromorphs and the appearance of yet another Marker, all while fighting dementia and even more hideous beasts than before.

Dead Space 2 looks and plays almost exactly like its predecessor. Players control Isaac using a third-person camera. Isaac carries a weapon in hand and must aim the weapon before it can be fired. Each weapon has an alternate attack and players are once again given the ability to use Stasis to slow down objects or enemies, as well as use the telekinesis module to grab and fling objects or solve environmental puzzles. Like before, Necromorphs are extremely tough and resilient to standard shots. The only way to kill them is through dismemberment. Various types of Necromorphs react differently to being dismembered and the player must learn the most efficient way to take each different type apart. He also has to use dismembered limbs, such as blade-like arms or one particular species' explosive sack, as weapons that can be flung with telekinesis all the while saving some precious ammo. Isaac can now also control his movement when in zero-gravity and fly around, instead of just jumping from platform to platform. This provides more room for exploration and new possibilities in such areas.

Beyond this the changes are mostly cosmetic, with a broader visual design. Isaac is also voiced this time and is written more deeply into the story. The PlayStation 3 release of the game comes with an updated version of Dead Space: Extraction, a rail shooter originally released for the Wii in 2009 and optimized for high definition and PlayStation Move.

Dead Space 3  
Action PlayStation 3 75
Dead Space 3 is the third main game in the futuristic third-person shooter series and a direct sequel to Dead Space 2. It starts with a prologue 200 years before the events of the main game where the player controls a soldier part of the Sovereign Colonies Armed Forces at a base at the planet Tau Volantis. There the Markers are investigated, mysterious alien artifacts that play a central role in the Dead Space universe. After the prologue the events shift to 18th June 2314 with the protagonist Isaac Clarke, returning from the previous games. The prologue serves to introduce the Tau Volantis base where the game takes place. Clarke travels there when two months after escaping the space station Sprawl. He and Ellie Langford (from the previous game and his ex-girlfriend in the meantime) meet sergeant John Carver in a lunar colony. Carver survived the Necromorph outbreak on the planet Uxor and tells about the discovery of the frozen planet Tau Volantis. Clarke wants to investigate the long lost colony and find out if it is the origin of the Markers, to prevent future Necromorph outbreaks once and for all. Upon entering the planet however the ship breaks down and Ellie is separated. That way Clarke has to save her and also discover the base's secrets to stop the Markers. After a series of sequences on a flotilla of drifting ships he reaches the planet itself where most of the game is set. Other characters in the game include Ellie's current boyfriend Robert Norton, the female scientist Santos, and antagonist Jacob Danik who is a member of the Children of Altman cult that believes the Markers will save humanity. That way Clarke's opponents do not only include Necromorphs, but also Danik's allies called Unitologists. Compared to the previous games, the horror elements have been toned down significantly in favour of action gameplay.

The game does not only include the typical corridor shooter gameplay, but also sections played outside in the icy storms of the planet. Temperature plays an important role as Clarke can only sustain the cold for a limited amount of the time. In the beginning he constantly has to keep track of the body temperature displayed on the shoulder of his Resource Integration Gear (RIG), but later on he can craft a suit to travel outside. The same meter is used for areas without oxygen. The outside environments have steep gaps crossed by using a grappling hook while jet boots are used to travel around. Next to the shooting gameplay Clarke has to solve minor puzzles to progress and there are hacking mini-games, similar to the previous title. There are a number of large bosses and Clarke can use Necromorph tentacles as a spear to attack. A new enemy is the Swarm, similar to Half-Life's headcrabs, a parasite that crawls around and can attach itself to a dead body host to revive it. In most of the combat it is important to identify the type of Necromorph and then target specific body parts to deal with it efficiently.

Clarke's most important weapon is still the plasma cutter with its unlimited energy. Its beams can slice through enemies and it is upgraded throughout the game, adding for instance the ability to cut both horizontally and vertically. New weapons can be crafted by collecting parts (transducers, semiconductors, tungsten, somatic gel, scrap metal...) and blueprints found throughout the game (or scavenged with a tiny robot) and forging them at the Weapons Bench. This replaces merely picking up weapon upgrades from the previous games. At those locations existing weapons can be upgraded as well or two weapons can be combined into a single one. At the start two main frames are provided: light one-hand and heavy two-hand, with additional ones found later on. That way the player can create weapons such as an electric rivet gun, a grenade launcher or an incendiary buzzsaw launcher, but ammunition is often scarce. Crafting can also be disregarded to use ready-made weapons instead, including some classic one from the previous two games. Returning from the previous game are Clarke's powers such as kinesis (moves objects, usually to solve puzzles) and stasis (slows opponents down). Kinesis can also be used to grab and launch body parts of fallen enemies, or to catch a grenade mid-air and throw it back. Energy is however limited and takes some time to recharge. Entirely new to the series is the ability to roll away and seek cover. There is also a sequence on a speeding train, a section where Clarke steers a crashing ship through the atmosphere played as a rail shooter, and he can man turrets. Certain sections can only be accessed by crafting a tungsten lever and offer fixed-path dungeon-like sections, away from the main game, but important for loot.

Dead Space 3 does away with the standard multiplayer and introduces a cooperative campaign instead. There two players can control Clarke and John Carver working together. The cooperative campaign contains additional chapters where Carver's storyline is expanded and certain parts can only be completed by cooperative actions. There are sequences that are experienced differently by each player because of dementia. For instance items are sometimes only visible to one player and not to another, or Carver can become trapped in his own mind while Isaac has to fight alone and bring him back from the hallucination. Weapons created at a Weapons Bench can immediately be shared with the other player and drop-in/drop-out is supported.

The game supports in-game microtransactions where additional parts needed to craft weapons can be bought with real money. It does not provide anything that cannot be achieved through regular gameplay, but collecting all needed parts manually may require a lot more time.

Dead to Rights  
Action GameCube
Dead To Rights is an action-game, straight out. You play as Jack Slate, a police officer in Grant City. On a routine call, you find a dead body; the body is your father. Later framed, Jack becomes a fugitive, on the run from the law.

Your quest will take you to various places, from strip joints and hotels, to office complexes, and even prison... as an inmate.

Dead To Rights is an action game in every sense of the word. When fighting, you have the opportunity to perform various moves, such as grabbing an enemy from behind and using him as a human shield, to tossing a fire extinguisher and shooting it, causing a huge explosion. When against an enemy and you have no gun drawn, you can perform "disarm" moves, which causes your character to steal the enemy's gun, then performing some sort of finishes, such as a neck breaker. Initially, only a few disarm moves are available, but more can be unlocked as your progress.

A unique addition in this game allows you to control Jack's best friend, and partner, Shadow, his K-9 dog. Using Shadow, you can kill enemies from far away, and retrieve their gun in Shadow's jaws.

Dead To Rights features adrenaline combat, which is similar to that of "Bullet-Time" from Max Payne. You can perform slow-motion dives and spins, giving you an advantage, as long as your adrenaline holds out.

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut  
Action PlayStation 3
Greenvale is a small, peaceful town somewhere in the northern United States. The sudden and brutal murder of a young girl draws the attention of FBI agent Francis York Morgan, a man with an unclear past, a split personality named Zach, and a personal interest in cases like this. York comes to Greenvale to assist local law enforcement in solving the murder, whether they like it or not, but things aren't nearly as simple as they might seem at first. Strange red seeds, a mysterious man in a red raincoat, and the secrets held by those in the town...

Deadly Premonition is a survival horror mystery game with open-world elements. The player controls Agent York as he investigates the mysterious circumstances in Greenvale. Greenvale itself is a large, open town that can be freely explored on foot or in a vehicle, with a slightly-accelerated day/night cycle dictating when shops are open, when people are available to talk to, and when missions to drive the story forward are available. York himself must eat and sleep (or at least drink coffee), as well as shave regularly and wash his clothes when they get dirty. There are shops and restaurants around Greenvale where items and weaponry can be purchased.

York has a variety of weapons at his disposal. His basic weapon is an FBI-issue pistol which has infinite ammo, but there are also a variety of other firearms available including machine guns and revolvers, each of which has its own strengths against different types of enemies. There are also a variety of blunt and bladed weapons, including knives, crowbars, and golf clubs. He can also evade enemies by running or holding his breath, but while doing these his pulse rate will rise, and if it goes too high he will get tired and be unable to move quickly for a short period of time.

Many of the story missions feature an element called "profiling", in which the player must collect evidence in order to piece together what happened in that area. As evidence is collected, the images in the scene become clearer, until all the evidence is collected and York becomes sure of what happened.

In addition to the main story missions, there are also a large variety of side missions. York can go fishing, as well as take part in time trial races or even play a game of darts. There are missions for many of the characters offering various rewards, and there are also dozens of hidden trading cards to collect. He can also purchase new suits, and even vehicles.

Director's Cut was released roughly three years after the original version, and is more of an enhanced version than a remake.

Main three updates in comparison to the original game are:

Graphics - enhanced with redrawn textures, new lighting and shading and a 3D support
Controls - updated and with PlayStation Move support
Story - extended with additional scenarios

Action PlayStation 3
In Deadpool the player takes control of the loud-mouthed, foul-mouthed, merc-with-a-mouth Wade Wilson (a.k.a. Deadpool). While on out on a contract to kill a corrupt media mogul, Mister Sinister intervenes and kills him instead, drawing the ire of Deadpool who then vows revenge only to stumble upon a bigger plot which could spell the end of humanity. With the help of some of the X-Men such as Wolverine, Rogue and Domino along with a buddy from the future, Cable, they band together to stop Mister Sinister and his group of Marauders (Arclight, Blockbuster and Vertigo) from succeeding.

True to his character, Deadpool breaks the fourth wall numerous times during the game even with him starting out using "explosive persuasion" on executives at the developer High Moon Studios to put him into a game. As a result he refers to the script of the game, comments on certain achievements/trophies, references the player and even makes fun of the player if he does poorly during the game. It also references different franchises (such as Transformers and Spider-Man) and video games as well (The Legend of Zelda).

The main gameplay is a third-person slash fest mixed with guns as Deadpool starts out with his signature Katanas and duel pistols. As the game progresses, the player can upgrade Deadpool and buy new guns and melee weapons by using DP (Deadpool Points) which are scattered throughout the levels and dropped by enemies killed. To gain more DP, the player can chain together combos by successfully hitting and shooting enemies, the higher the combo, the higher the points. Momentum is also built up during these combos which activated can wipe out large groups of enemies or by picking up tacos that are dropped by enemies.

Deadpool can regenerate his health, similar to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and use teleport to get behind enemies as well as counter incoming attacks by them. While their is no multiplayer option, there is a challenge mode where players can go to arenas unlocked during the campaign and fight against wave after wave of enemies and compete for a place upon the leaderboard.

Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess  
PlayStation 4
DECEPTION IV: The Nightmare Princess follows on the heels of Deception IV: Blood Ties, which revolved around Laegrinna, a deceitful fragment of the Devil's soul who chose between Sadistic Torment, Elaborate Death, or Humiliating Demise, to defeat her foes through trickery. In this new installment, players not only relive Laegrinna's entire pursuit to free her father, the Devil, from his eternal prison, they also get introduced to an entirely new, wickedly sadistic, and infernally mischievous character: Velguirie. DECEPTION IV: The Nightmare Princess, the PlayStation 4 debut for the Deception series, is produced by the creator of the popular Fatal Frame series, Keisuke Kikuchi.

Demolition Girl  
Action PlayStation 2
Part of the Simple 2000 series of games. Tamsoft delivers the tale of a Riho; a Bikini model who becomes a giant after being stung by some sort of alien jellyfish.
You then are given the task of measuring her dimensions, chasing and then bringing her back down to size.

You take on the role of a Helicopter, Jet and Tank while Riho rampages around Japan causing destruction and mayhem. Gameplay varies from measuring Riho, chasing her down a highway and protecting her sleeping form from alien squids while flying over the ocean.

As this is a Simple 2000 game, Demolition Girl is short and simple. The controls for each vehicle are similar and the graphical style is more or less consistent with other Tamsoft titles in the Simple 2000 series.

Demon's Souls  
Action, Role-Playing (RPG) PlayStation 3 93
In the land of Boletaria, the Old King Allant wakened the Old One, a terrible demon that was sealed away below the Nexus eons ago. Now a colourless fog is unleashing the demons and terrorizing mankind. Only one lone hero can save Boletaria from its doom.

Demon's Souls is an action role-playing game where the player can choose from a wide variety of starting classes, including hunters, knights, soldiers, priests and magicians. The objective is to proceed through five worlds and defeat the demon bosses at the end of each level. Killing enemies will give the player souls, the game's currency. These can be traded in for weapons, spells, miracles, items and equipment or to upgrade the player's stats at the Nexus, the world's central hub.

During combat, the player has to watch the protagonist's stamina bar, which decreases with physical movements like attacking, evading or blocking. Death does not end the game: once the hero dies he respawns in soul form. This means that his health is reduced, but he can do more damage against foes. Every time the protagonist dies he loses all the collected souls. However, these can be regained by touching the spot where the character lost his life.

The game features an online portion, where it is possible to observe other players playing the game in "alternate universes", running around the level as white phantoms. Places where players died are marked and can be viewed as a replay, to warn the player of imminent danger. It is also possible to leave messages about dangers like strong enemies or traps on the ground, which can be read by other players. With the use of special items, it is also possible to play cooperatively with other players or invade their worlds to kill them.

Demon's Souls - Black Phantom Edition  
Games PlayStation 3
Phantom Edition Contains:
Artbook Soundtrack CD Strategy Guide
Beautiful, compelling, and unforgiving, Demon's Souls is the hardcore RPG experience PlayStation 3 owners have been waiting for since the platform's launch. Revolutionary online features support your adventure like never before, presenting seamless interconnectivity that serves in every instance to enhance the single-player game. Team up with other players in simultaneous cooperative play, working together to topple some of the game's colossal bosses, or force your way into the games of skilled players and challenge them to PvP battle.

Leave hints and clues for those who will follow in your footsteps; either intentionally or through your own inadvertent demise, your bloodstains will allow your successors to view a replay of your death, hinting at how to avoid your gruesome fate. Unprecedented in its depth and subtlety, peerless in its relentlessly challenging gameplay, Demon's Souls is the ultimate action RPG.

King Allant the XII, the last king of Boletaria, searched tirelessly to expand his might. The Nexus, a great ice shrine nestled in the mountains, bestowed the power of the souls onto him, bringing prosperity to his kingdom. Still unsated, he returned again to the Nexus, where he foolishly awakened the Old One from its eternal slumber. This long forgotten evil, now wrought upon Boletaria, plunged the realm into darkness and fog. A mighty demon horde poured into the kingdom, devouring the souls of men. Champions from other realms learned of Boletaria's fate and sought to deliver the kingdom from evil; none would return from the cursed land. Called upon by a mysterious maiden in black, you go forth, the last hope for humanity in a place lost to demons and darkness...

Action PlayStation 4 4.0
Destiny is a futuristic first-person shooter set in a persistent world. When humans first set foot on Mars they discovered the Traveler, a giant sphere that then allowed mankind to colonize space quickly. Centuries later the Darkness, an enemy of the Traveler, arrived and waged war against it and all of its creations. The Traveler is forced to scarify itself as a measure of protection and what is left of humanity on Earth is forced to live in a city constructed underneath. The Traveler enlists warriors known as Guardians with special abilities as a personal army. These Guardians are guided by Ghosts, artificial intelligence. The player's character is found by such a Ghost (acting as a robot companion in the game) and becomes a Guardian.

At the start the player chooses a class (Titan, Hunter or Warlock - corresponding with the classic Fighter, Rogue and Mage) and then customizes the appearance through race (Human, Awoken or Exo), gender, face, hair and marking. Each class has distinct abilities. The Titan is a fighter with an advanced mech suit, the Hunter is a bounty hunter with a knack for reconnaissance and ranged weapons, and the Warlock is a magical being that uses spells and explosives. Each class has various subclasses (unlocked at level 15) and specific abilities and statistics. None of the weapons in the game are restricted to a single class. The most distinct differences are the grenade types, jump abilities, melee attack and a special ability. The game borrows elements from the MMORPG genre in its design, with the Tower as a main hub zone to interact with NPCs, buy weapons, gear and Ghost upgrades, receive mail, buy and upgrade ships etc. Rewards for completing missions can also usually be collected here. The other major zones are Earth, the Moon, Mars and Venus, with some additional locations. While fighting, movement and jumps are important when confronting enemies. A Guardian can wield up to three main weapons (primary, special and heavy) next to grenades and other abilities. Only one weapon of each type can be equipped, but nine more for each type can be stored in an inventory to swap them.

Ships are used to travel through space to other planets. These voyages are not an interactive scene however as the game does not have a complete open world design. Each planet has its own story and various quests. Players complete missions by defeating enemies, collecting loot. Glimmer, the main currency is used to buy upgrades, vehicles, emblems ... The character also gains experience and levels up, accessing new abilities. From level 18 Vanguard Marks are unlocked as an additional currency for high-end gear, along with Vanguard Reputation as a reward for completing bounties. There are daily and weekly challenges to earn Marks, but the amount that can be earned has time constrictions. From level 20 the general experience system is replaced by Mote of Light. At that level the characters also gets to join one of three factions: Dead Orbit, New Monarchy or Future War Cult. The main story consists of different campaign missions that need to be completed for The Speaker, unlocked gradually and opened up on Earth, Moon, Venus and Mars respectively. Once unlocked however, they can be completed in any order. Next to the mission progression it is possible to enter a planet in exploration mode, offering free exploration. Each planet generally has five major story missions. These can be completed alone or in groups of six players working together.

Players can also optionally organize themselves in Fireteams for Strike missions, similar to MMORPG dungeons, that are harder with various mini-bosses and bosses. Fireteams are organized through online matchmaking and it is possible to make them public or private, and invite players. Only in Fireteams is voice chat possible. Outside of it communication is limited to gestures and prompts. Players also do not see all other online players at that location, only a selection. For the instance missions, the player's character (and possibly other team members) are drawn in a private part in the game, cut off from the open game world. In these section characters can revive each other and there are checkpoints for respawns. Loot is personalized and does not need to be distributed between players. Each planet contains five major loot chests. Certain weapons and armour have a ranking system where they become better over time. There are also various types of engrams, a type of pattern for weapons or amour that can be turned into a special item with colour coding for the rarity level. Decoding them improves a separate ranking system with leveling to access additional engrams. When dead, other players can attempt to revive the player's character with its Ghost nearby or eventually it respawns. Moving around on planets can be done on speeder bikes.

There are also Raids, much harder cooperative missions added gradually by the developer that do not support matchmaking and can only be taken on with players at a high level with high-end gear. Unlike Strike missions, no objectives or directions are given, players have to figure it out for themselves. Raids can be paused and resumed, unlike most of the rest of the game, but are reset after a weekly cycle. Competitive multiplayer is available in the The Crucible PvP game mode in a separate location. It offers game modes unlocked gradually including Clash, Control, Skirmish and Rumble. They come with different team sizes and include team deathmatch, capturing zones, team modes with vehicles and more. Level differences between players are nullified except for the skill tree unlocks, but the strength of the gear, weapons and equipped items makes a significant difference. The Crucible offers Crucible Marks as a currency along with Crucible Reputation.

Destiny 2  
Shooter PlayStation 4
From the makers of the acclaimed hit game Destiny, comes the much-anticipated sequel. An action shooter that takes you on an epic journey across the solar system.

Humanity’s last safe city has fallen to an overwhelming invasion force, led by Ghaul, the imposing commander of the brutal Red Legion. He has stripped the city’s Guardians of their power, and forced the survivors to flee. You will venture to mysterious, unexplored worlds of our solar system to discover an arsenal of weapons and devastating new combat abilities. To defeat the Red Legion and confront Ghaul, you must reunite humanity’s scattered heroes, stand together, and fight back to reclaim our home.


Destiny 2 Base Game
Gameplay Features:

Rich cinematic story campaign.
Multiple cooperative game modes for epic, social fun.
Intense 4v4 competitive multiplayer matches, including 5 different PVP modes.
Expansive, never-before-seen worlds and spaces to explore.
Customize your character’s weapons and armor with an all-new array of gear.
Discover Lost Sectors, complete new Adventure missions, or rally to Public Events with other Guardians.
Introducing a brand new Guided Games system that helps players find like-minded groups to experience Destiny 2’s most challenging activities, like the Raid.
Enhance your Destiny 2 experience with Amazon Alexa:

• Introducing of one of Alexa’s most innovative and integrated skills to date for a live video game: The Destiny 2 Ghost Skill.

• This new skill seamlessly connects the world of Destiny 2 with enabled Amazon Alexa devices via real-time voice commands.

• With the Ghost Skill you’ll have a faster path to action and superior weapons management. Try saying:
o “Alexa, ask Ghost who are the Red Legion?"
o “Alexa, ask Ghost to equip my most powerful weapon.”
o “Alexa, ask Ghost to call for backup”

Destiny: The Taken King  
PlayStation 3
Destiny: The Taken King – Legendary Edition

Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition includes Destiny, Expansions I and II, and The Taken King at one great price. It also includes a character boost to get you immediately battle ready. Includes: Destiny: The Taken King Destiny Expansion I Expansion II Level 25 Character Boost April Activities Update: New Challenges and Rewards Evil has destroyed almost all of our solar system leaving us on the brink of extinction. You are a Guardian, revived from the past to save our future and protect the last safe city on Earth. Wield incredible powers as a Hunter, Warlock, or Titan and push back the darkness to reclaim our solar system. In Destiny: The Taken King, the Darkness has a name: Oryx, The Taken King. He is hell-bent on vengeance and is raising an army of corrupted Taken forces to destroy everything you stand for. You must find a way into his impenetrable Dreadnaught ship and stop him before he and his dark army bring our solar system to ruin. Destiny: The Taken King is the next great adventure in the first person shooter Destiny universe. It introduces a new story campaign and quests, new enemies to fight, new locations to explore, new Strikes and Crucible maps, a new Raid that will put players to the ultimate test, and more. To stand up to the challenge, players will have access to three new devastating Guardian subclasses, and a massive arsenal of weapons, armor, and gear.

*Based on the suggested retail prices for Destiny, Expansion I, Expansion II, The Taken King and The Taken King Legendary Edition at launch; actual prices may vary.
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Destiny: The Taken King  
Action PlayStation 4
This Collector's Edition includes:
Destiny: Expansion I - The Dark Below
Destiny: Expansion II - House of Wolves
Destiny: The Taken King
Collector's Edition SteelBook Case
Early Access Weapons Pack
Weapon SchematicUncover Cayde-6's Intel Cache:
Modified Treasure Island Book with Intro Letter from Cayde-6
Cayde-6's Personal Notes and Illustrations
Collection of Relics and Artifacts
Strange Coin ReplicaAdditional digital content:
Three Class Specific Emotes
Three Armor Shaders
Three Exotic Class Items with XP Bonuses

Destroy All Humans  
Action & Shooter PlayStation2 4.5 (40 votes)
It’s rarely a good sign when a game sells itself on its comedy value as much as its gameplay, but although "Destroy All Humans! " certainly has its problems it’s still a witty and original slice of Sci-Fi hokum.
Cast as an evil, Jack Nicholson sounding, alien called Crypto you are sent out to perform the game’s titular task in a stylised 1950s America, where the game has good fun poking fun at McCarthy era paranoia and the banality of suburban life.
Developed by the same team behind LucasArts’ "Mercenaries", there are some obvious similarities between the two games. There isn’t a single giant game world and you can’t go around pinching vehicles but the combat and freedom to explore and destroy virtually anything is very similar. In fact the only vehicle you can pilot is your trusty, and super destructive, UFO, which is parked at a specific spot on each level.
On foot you have a range of weapons, including the just-as-painful-as-it-sounds anal probe. You also have a small range of psychic powers, including telekinesis, all of which, along with your weapons and UFO, can be upgraded by collecting people’s brains.
The problem with the game is that the combat is very shallow and the missions tend to get very samey very quickly. Even the comedy can become repetitive as you hear the same comments again and again. It’s no classic for sure, but if the setting and humour appeals you could do a lot worse than "Destroy All Humans!" -- "Harrison Dent"

Destroy All Humans! 2  
Action PlayStation 2
Our "hero", Crypto 137, is back. Earth is under attack again in another alien invasion. The setting is now the '60s. You go around hunting Humans with your Zap-o-Matic, Ray Gun, or a new weapon. Occasionally there are probing missions where you can hypnotize a Human to do something to carry out your plans for the Furion Planet. There are also missions where you trick humans into being abducted by your ship.

Crypto also has new weapons: The Dislocator, a gun that shoots purple discs and grabs anything (including tanks), and beats them up. There's also a gun that can bring down meteor strikes... and another gun is called Gastro, which is a hologram on a hover-ship that helps out Crypto.

The side quests have fleshed-out stories now; in addition, there are cult missions where you convince humans to worship an Alien God. A Co-op mode has also been added. The entire game can be played through on a split-screen and the second player can join in or out of the action at any time through the pause menu.

Detroit: Become Human  
Adventure PlayStation 4
What does it mean to be human? The looks? The emotions? The choices one makes? In this tale set in 2038 Detroit, the player takes control of three different androids and takes them on a journey to discover what becoming human is all about. Each of the protagonists has its own story and consequences the come with choices selected and actions made by the player.

The game opens with Connor, an android sent by Cyberlife corporation to deal with deviants. Deviants are androids that deviate from their programming and start to become conscious and experience human emotions. Kara is a housekeeper android designed for cleaning, cooking, looking after children and other such tasks. She becomes a deviant in order to protect Alice, the little girl she lives with, from and abusive father. And finally, Markus. Markus was lucky to have lived with a caring master who treated him as a sentient being and taught him a lot. But after things turned south and Markus was shot and tossed into android scrapyard, he had to crawl out of mud and reassemble himself. This in turn led him to seek refuge and become the key figure in android revolt. He could try to seek freedom peacefully or go to war with humans.

With Connor tasked to eliminate all deviants, he and Markus start as enemies. But choices he makes may as well turn him into something more, or he may choose to stay an obedient machine and care only about the mission. Choices the player makes will not only affect single scene or specific character, but overall opinion of people around the world. The butterfly effect is shown as a tree structure showing players all possible paths and outcomes, but unlocking only those they reached during gameplay. Aside from action affected branching story, being aware of your surroundings, finding out things and noticing objects and their whereabouts will unlock additional dialogue options and possibilities.

As in previous Quantic Dream titles, the camera doesn't constantly follow the player and instead tries to create cinematic feel by being able to switch between preset cameras on each and every scene. Little freedom in looking around is given, but not by much and more often you won't be able to see exact spot you wish to examine in more detail as even 1st-person perspective is tied to only handful areas in each chapter. Each of the game protagonists can be killed, some even early in the game, which removes all future chapters pertaining to character in question. Points are awarded by unlocking paths in each chapter, which can then be used to unlock bonuses such as 3D character gallery, making-of artwork, soundtrack, and interview videos. Main menu features an interactive android who will comment of player's choices and otherwise interact with the player.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution  
Action, Role-Playing (RPG) PlayStation 3
This Augmented Edition includes:
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Bonus disc containing a 44 minute making-of, soundtrack, E3 trailer and animated storyboard, and motion graphic novel
Hard cover art book (40 pages)

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided  
Action PlayStation 4
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided directly follows the aftermath of the Aug Incident, a day when mechanically augmented citizens all over the world were stripped of control over their minds and bodies, resulting in the deaths of millions of innocents. The year is now 2029, and the golden era of augmentations is over. Mechanically augmented humans have been deemed outcasts and segregated from the rest of society. Crime and acts of terror serve as a thin veil to cover up an overarching conspiracy aimed at controlling the future of mankind…

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided™, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution®, builds on the franchises trademark choice and consequence, action-RPG based gameplay, to create both a memorable and highly immersive experience. Players will once again take on the role of Adam Jensen, now an experienced covert agent, and will gain access to his new arsenal of customizable state-of-the-art weapons and augmentations. With time working against him, Adam must choose the right approach, along with who to trust, in order to unravel a vast worldwide conspiracy.

Devil May Cry  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (76 votes)
Shinji Mikami, the creator and producer of the "Resident Evil" series, and Hideki Kamiya, the director of "Resident Evil 2", have teamed up once again with "Devil May Cry ". This time, the duo has created a fast-paced game that's one of the best translations of classic 2-D action in a 3-D world. 2000 years ago the Devil Emperor threatened to conquer humanity, but was stopped by a benign devil knight. The emperor was imprisoned, but now threatens to escape. It's up to the knight's half-breed son, Dante, to follow in his father's footsteps and defeat the Devil Emperor once again.
In addition to being a fine swordsman, Dante is equally adept with guns. In the first half of the game, players slash and shoot their way through. After acquiring a different weapon, the focus changes to close combat. Weapons can be upgraded and new attacks can be learned, adding to the game's variety. As a whole, the action is immense and flows smoothly. A few things impede it though. During fights with bosses and multiple enemies, the fixed camera angles can get frustrating. The in-game text also scrolls painfully slowly.
Graphically, this is one of the best-looking games Capcom has ever published, and that's saying something considering its impressive visuals in "Resident Evil". The hard-rock styled music is nothing to write home about, though. The voice acting is strong, but there's not much of it, which is a shame since the interesting setting would have made for some great storytelling. However, the focus here is fast and furious action, and this game elevates it to an art form. "--Raymond M Padilla,"

Devil May Cry 2  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 3.5 (53 votes)
"Devil May Cry 2" brings us back to Dante's world, and this time his fellow demon-fighter friend, Lucia, has her own disc. Okay, she sounds a little like Celine Dion, and her plot's a little silly, but at least she's got a reasonable 13 missions of her own. She's refreshingly well clothed for a female character, and like Dante (whose disc holds 18 missions) can transform using Devil Trigger--the equivalent of rampage mode in other games. Both characters can jump off the walls, "Matrix"-style, shooting from mid-air, and the game allows for limitless ammo and energy. Visually stunning, "Devil May Cry 2" offers minute details that envelope the player; walking on the roof of a little Italian villa, you can hear the distinct sound of tiles under your feet.
This is one game where it really pays to pick up the strategy guide, and here's why: players need to complete the mission in as little time as possible. Since lots of great powerups are found in secret rooms, you would waste a lot of time endlessly inspecting doors without it, and never reach the coveted "S" status that comes with a fast run through a level. The overall grade is a combination of your rankings in style, collected number of orbs, the amount of items you used (the fewer the better), damage and your overall clear time. This isn't just an attempt to get you to buy more: you'll get far more orbs, find many more secret chambers and enjoy the nuances of the game better with the guide.
As with the original "Devil May Cry", this is not a game for children. It comes with a gore warning, but a stronger argument could be made that the Gothic elements--like the Demonochorus (possessed cherubs) or Infestants (energy-sucking insect-like things)--would be likely to disturb even an adult's sleeping pattern.
There are many facets that recommend "Devil May Cry 2", even if many fans find it less engaging than the first version. It's just as addictive as other sequels from successful franchises--"Final Fantasy" comes to mind--and as such, let's hope there will be many more reincarnations. "--Jennifer Buckendorff"

Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition  
All Action & Adventure PlayStation2 4.5 (8 votes)
Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition revamps the classic Devil May Cry 3, giving you more action and adventure for a lower price. In this prequel to the original Devil May Cry, you'll play as Dante -- and acrobatic, energetic half-demon with a powerful fighting style all his own.

This Special Edition lets players become Dante's evil half-brother Vergil, and use his new Dark Fighter style. Also features a new boss character, turbo option, new continue system, adjusted difficulty levels (with a new "very hard" mode), and Survival and Movie modes.

Pick from 4 styles of combat - Gunslinger, Swordmaster, Trickster and Royal Guard, all offering greatly improved skills in each area Play the role of Dante, 20 years before Devil May Cry was set, let the all new story unfold in this prequel to the original masterpiece New game engine, featuring all new Shadow Effects, weather conditions, graphics and sharper gameplay All new enemies, bosses and characters, that act independently and more realistic than ever New range of weapons: Battle your way through enemies in style with the enchanted Electric Guitar, also Nun-Chucks, and (of course) swords and firearms.

Devil May Cry 4 Limited Edition  
PLAYSTATION 3 4.5 (4 votes)
For a game that started off as an aborted Resident Evil sequel, the Devil May Cry series hasn’t done too badly for Capcom. The third game, in particular, was renowned as one of the very best action games of the last generation of consoles and this fourth iteration is aiming not to spoil that success. It is happy to mess with the story formula though, since you don’t actually control Dante the demon hunter at all, but a new character called Nero. Dante does make an appearance though, initially as an enemy, as well as a new love interest named Kyrie.

He may not be half demon, but Nero has a very similar range of weapons and powers to Dante, including a magical right arm that gives him his "Demon Bringer" powers. The series’ success has always been down to its incredibly deep combat system that mixes acrobatics, melee combat and gunplay into an almost balletic whole, which makes most rival games seem moribund by comparison. This has tended to make the games quite complex for first time players though, but this new sequel is promised to be more accessible and yet oddly possessing a higher difficulty level than earlier games (none of which were exactly walkovers).

Stunning graphics have also always been a hallmark of the series and in that area Devil May Cry 4 certainly doesn’t seem likely to disappoint. What’s been shown so far includes not only gigantic bosses and highly detailed characters, but also some pretty amazing gothic architecture – most of which is a lot more interactive (i.e. destructible) than usual. As an early visitor to the PS3 it looks like Devil May Cry will continue to be the premier action series on Sony’s consoles.

Diddy Kong Racing  
Racing Nintendo 64 5.0 (9 votes)
WARNING! This import game can't be used on UK/European consoles. It requires special equipment.

Diddy Kong Racing DS  
Racing / Driving Nintendo DS 4.0
When Tiger Island is taken over by the evil Wizpig, Timber sends a letter to Diddy to request his assistance. Diddy, Dixie, Tiny Kong and the rogue Kremling Krunch turn up to help Timber and his friends, Bumper, Tiptup and Pipsy.

Diddy Kong Racing DS is remake of the Nintendo 64 game of the same name. However, while the story and setting remains the same, this is more of an upgrade instead of a port. Players can still race around assorted tracks around Tiger Island via kart, hovercraft or plane, winning races to earn golden balloons to progress and defeating bosses to confront Wizpig.

There have been subtle tweaks to the gameplay. While you can still level up your balloons by collecting another of the same colored balloon in a row, collecting a different colored balloon will not change your weapon - you'll have to fire your current weapon first. The Silver Coin Challenge from the original game has been removed from the main adventure, and is replaced with a first-person touch screen shooter where you fly around on Taj's magic carpet and aim to pop as many balloons as you can. There's also an optional racing mode where you race by using the stylus to guide the vehicle through a top-down map.

The game now supports currency system for most unlockables - dotted along the track are coins, which can be used to buy 'wishes' from Taj the Genie. These include anything from new characters, exclusive tracks, a custom track editor, battle modes to unlock in multiplayer and so forth. The DS version of Diddy Kong Racing also heavily supports multiplayer. You can play with one game card or multiple game cards (to a maximum of eight players), or online to a maximum of six players. Similar to Mario Kart DS, you can design your own custom decal and have it as your visual representation for when you race around the world.

Die Hard Trilogy  
Action SEGA Saturn 4.1
Die Hard Trilogy lets players guide New York cop John McClane through three arcade-style games based on each of the three Die Hard movies. Each movie is represented through a totally different style, making this a "3 games in 1" style package.

Die Hard is a third person action/adventure through thirty floors of the Nakatomi Tower high-rise. Terrorists have interrupted the company's Christmas party and taken hostages. As McClane, the player must search for hostages through computer, construction, maintenance, and executive levels. McClane's default pistol holds infinite ammo, and the player can collect limited-ammo machine guns and grenades inside the levels. Walls turn transparent when they intersect the camera, allowing players to follow McClane through hallways and rooms with ease. After all the hostages on a level have been rescued, the player has 30 seconds to locate a bomb sent down by elevator, then use that elevator to move to the next level.

Die Hard 2: Die Harder is a first-person arcade gun game, nearly identical to Virtua Cop. Terrorists have attacked Washington/Dulles Airport. The player automatically moves through the airport and surrounding areas "on rails," shooting bad guys that appear from behind the scenery. Weapon upgrade icons can be shot to be collected, and either use limited ammo, or are retained until the player is hit (identical to Lethal Enforcers). Players can also destroy parts of the environment by shooting it, which can be used to take out nearby terrorists (with explosions, or by shooting overhead items to drop on them). This game supports pad controls, or any of the PlayStation's gun controllers.

Die Hard With A Vengeance has players racing through New York City streets in a variety of vehicles, trying to locate bombs before they explode. A strict timer ticks off the next explosion, and the player is guided only by a direction arrow and the vocal suggestions of their co-driver. Bombs are hidden inside everyday objects (like phone booths and benches) and are defused by ramming them, which activates the timer on the next bomb. Occasional "bomb cars" must be chased and rammed until their life bar is depleted. Powerups can be collected by running over icons in the streets, and include extra time, turbo boosts, and jumps to rocket over obstacles.

All three games are exaggeratedly bloody (players can run over pedestrians in Die Hard 3 and wipe the blood away with windshield wipers). Each of the three games also uses a combination of textured polygons and sprites to generate their worlds, resulting in warping textures and some quirky "paper doll" effects.

Digital Pinball: Last Gladiators  
Kids & Family Sega Saturn

Dino Crisis  
Horror PlayStation 5.0 (6 votes)
An abandoned research complex on a remote jungle island, a team of special forces operatives, a horde of vicious velociraptors, and one big, mean Tyrannosaurus rex constitute the setting and cast of "Dino Crisis", the latest masterpiece from the makers of "Resident Evil".
You play as Regina, a member of a four-person team sent to retrieve an expatriate scientist. Your radio man became a midnight snack for the T rex, so it's up to you and your two remaining team mates to explore a dino-infested research station, rescue the scientist, call for a helicopter retrieval and escape with your lives. Along the way you'll uncover the grizzly remains of those who got in the dinosaurs' way, and you'll unravel the mystery of how a top-secret energy research project turned into a Jurassic nightmare.
And about those dinosaurs: they're all over the island. One instant you'll be walking along a second-story balcony admiring the view, the next instant you'll be dodging a T rex as it smashes his huge maw through the concrete walls. Velociraptors chase you down blood-spattered corridors, flying reptiles circle the outdoor areas, and your only weapons are your pistol, whatever else you can salvage, a dwindling supply of ammunition and your wits.
Packed with clever puzzles and heart-pounding surprises, all superbly presented with realistic graphics and horror-movie camera angles, "Dino Crisis" is a triumph of survival-horror gaming. "--Mike Fehlauer" Pros: Great sound effects and music Well-integrated, varied and clever puzzles Awe-inspiring, terrifying dinosaurs Branching story line improves replay value Cons: Doors impervious to explosives

Dino Crisis 2  
Action & Exploration PlayStation 4.0 (21 votes)
Judging by early screen shots, sneak peeks at the game's opening movie and pre-release demos of the game itself, there will be a lot to talk about when "Dino Crisis 2" takes its first public bow. It's also plain to see that while the original PlayStation is heading down the road to extinction, this is one title that shows the machine still has enough bite for most game players.
The story won't surprise anyone familiar with the first "Dino Crisis". The powerful, enigmatic Third Energy is at the root of a whole bunch of new problems, making it tough for ordinary people (those with no guns) and military people (those with guns that don't work as well as they'd like). Reprising their roles from "Dino Crisis", Dylan and Regina are cool and effective. In the most current, playable incarnation of the game, players start out as Dylan right after the opening movie.
With a few exceptions (a warehouse, a lab), most of the environments are in the great outdoors. They consist of jungles, fields and other terrific places to get suddenly jumped by dinosaurs (Capcom likes psychological terror, folks).
And when dinos attack, they do so in wonderful ways. Gaggles of raptors spring out of the foliage, immediately snapping and attacking. Unlike the first game, your character can now use two weapons in conjunction, a nice feature. For instance, one demo had Regina equipped with a large automatic machine gun and a less effective (but more persistent) "taser". Use either weapon effectively by aiming and firing, or do a 180-degree spin-and-shoot with the press of a button. Because you can quickly get surrounded by swarms of raptors, this feature is a must. It also lends the game more of an action feel than the previous game.
The spin-and-shoot feature, and others like it, makes it easy to spend your allotment of ammo, so use it judiciously. The "taser" is a welcome backup for various raptors and other pests, but it has no effect on a monster "T. rex". For those, you need bullets--bigger and bigger bullets. By killing beasties quickly and efficiently, players are awarded combo points, which can be used for upgrading to bigger and better weapons.
Like a bad penny, those pesky "T. rex" bosses keep cropping up when you are low on ammo, health or both. Stockpiling ammunition and safeguarding both your weapons for boss confrontations--as well as recognising and countering the movements of the bosses--are the only ways to make it. Of course, that's like saying that all you need to win the lottery are the right numbers: easier said than done.
With new features and gameplay mechanisms, slick graphics and a quick frame rate, this just might be a sequel that's worth the wait. --"Todd Mowatt"

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Disaster: Day Of Crisis  
Simulation Nintendo Wii
Survive nature's most devastating catastrophes in Disaster: Day of Crisis, a panic inducing survival game for Wii. In a devastatingly short period of time, an unprecedented wave of natural disasters has pummelled the United States. On top of this inexplicable series of disasters, a rogue Special Forces unit has taken advantage of the chaos and seized a nuclear weapon. Only Ray, a former member of an elite rescue task force, has decided to take a stand. Guide former marine Ray as he tackles the terrorist cell SURGE and battles against the forces of nature Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk in a diverse range of ways to overcome your environment, rescue citizens and take out your enemies Enjoy the movie-like storyline that unfolds

PlayStation 3
Dishonored is set in Dunwall, an industrial whaling city where strange steampunk- inspired technology and otherworldly forces coexist in the shadows. You are the once-trusted bodyguard of the beloved Empress. Framed for her murder, you become an infamous assassin, known only by the disturbing mask that has become your calling card. In a time of uncertainty, when the city is besieged by plague and ruled by a corrupt government armed with industrial technologies, dark forces conspire to bestow upon you abilities beyond those of any common man – but at what cost? The truth behind your betrayal is as murky as the waters surrounding the city, and the life you once had is gone forever.

Dishonored - Definitive Edition  
PlayStation 4
Arkane Studios’ 2012 Game of the Year, Dishonored, and all of its additional content - Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches and Void Walker’s Arsenal – comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Dishonored: Definitive Edition! Experience Dishonored plus all of its additional content on the new console systems for the first time, complete with enhanced graphics that take full advantage of the powerful hardware of this generation.

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider  
Stealth PlayStation 4
Death of the Outsider brings players back to the Empire of the Isles, with breathtaking visuals, intricately designed levels, and brutal combat systems that are a hallmark of the Dishonored series. With a new character comes a unique new set of supernatural abilities, deadly weapons and powerful gear, empowering players to become the ultimate assassin. And with Arkane Studios' signature style, you can once again be as bloodthirsty - or as merciful - as you like.

DmC: Devil May Cry  
Action Adventure, Hack and Slash PlayStation 3
Set against a contemporary backdrop, DmC will depict a duplicitous world where nothing is ever as it seems and the line between good and evil is constantly blurred.

Spurred into action by the promises of a trusted relation, Dante bursts into this world intent on revenge at any cost. DmC will retain the series' signature mix of sword and gunplay but add additional weapons, all new powers and a revitalised gameplay system as players encounter the game's devilish mix of enemies and navigate the rich, interactive environment.

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest  
Action Game Boy Advance 82
Donkey Kong has been "kongnapped" by the nasty K. Rool and the Kremlings, and it is up to Diddy Kong and his girl-friend Dixie Kong to save him.

All the familiar enemies and helpful friends return, along with some new characters, including the wise Wrinkly Kong who will teach you some important lessons in gameplay. Again the emphasis is on banana collecting, where as every one hundred bananas makes one extra life. Apart from beating K. Rool and rescuing Donkey Kong, there are extra missions that can be completed. Collect enough K. Rool Kremkoins to open up the routes to the Lost World, while every level has a hidden Hero Coin to collect.

Donkey Kong Jungle Beat  
GameCube 5.0 (8 votes)
Donkey Dong Jungle Beat is by far one of the most innovative games I have ever played. Its a 2D-style platformer with stunning 3D graphics in which you control Donkey Kong using a set of bongos.

Dont let the fact you are using bongos put you off- you still have major control over DK's movement. Within 5 minutes of playing the game- you'll have mastered the controls- its so unbelievably intuitive. Moving DK left/right is simply a case of tapping the appropriate bongo. The faster you tap, the faster he runs. Jumping is achieved by hitting both bongos simultaneously. Clapping sends out a sound wave which stuns enemies and can be used for other purposes like activating secrets. The real fun for me was where you have to drum both bongos like crazy. For example, if you jump on an enemy, hitting both bongos really fast causes DK to punch them like crazy.

The graphics are amazingly detailed. DK has never looked better. Fans of Donkey Kong Country etc. will notice similarly themed locations such as jungles, temples, underwater sections, beaches and more. Its really gorgeous. The music is spectacular too- and includes some classic DK tracks.

The main game flow is as follows. The game is split up into a number of kingdoms. Completing each kingdom requires that you play 2 platform style levels followed by a boss fight. Collecting a specific number of bananas in each kingdom allows you to unlock more kingdoms.

Some folk have been complaining that this game is too short. There is in fact quite alot of levels- each of which with their own unique charm. Whether its swimming through a sunken ship or riding some creature- each level is alot of fun. They aren't huge but you are likely to want to revisit areas to improve your score.

The boxing-style boss fights are a stroke of genius- and are my favourite bits in the game. Clapping lets you dodge incoming punches and tapping the left or right bongo makes DK punch the enemy with the appropriate hand. When the enemy is dizzy, its your opportunity to bang the bongos as fast as possible to deal out some serious damage.

If you like Donkey Kong- buy this game. If you don't like Donkey Kong- you will like this game. Within 5 minutes, this game will own you. Its a seriously original title and is pure Nintendo magic that'll make you want to play it again and again.

Blir väldigt jobbigt att sträckspela om du inte är en kongagalning.

Donkey Konga  
GameCube 4.5 (31 votes)
Nintendo's original video game icon is reborn in "Donkey Konga"--most unexpectedly--as the modern face of rhythm-action. Donkey Kong is back, and his jungle beat is catchy as hell.
As with all rhythm-action titles, the objective here is simply to keep time with the game's streamed soundtrack. Colourful visual backdrops complement perfectly the selection of pop tunes on offer. Hit the left bongo, hit the right, hit them both--clap your hands, there's a neat sensor device built into the bongo controller--and all the while enjoy non-stop celebration through the life-affirming mediums of cheesy music and eye candy.
But this is not merely a pretty, lightweight game. "Donkey Konga" is particularly impressive because of the balance evident in its design: play well and you'll be rewarded with new credits which can then be taken to the game's shopping area, where new tracks and even new bongo sound effects can be purchased. And with four controllers, multiplayer modes for as many players can be accessed. This is a videogame musical as pure Nintendo-branded fun. --"Jonti Davies"

First-person shooter PlayStation 4
Developed by id Software, the studio that pioneered the first-person shooter genre and created multiplayer Deathmatch, DOOM returns as a brutally fun and challenging modern-day shooter experience. Relentless demons, impossibly destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement provide the foundation for intense, first-person combat – whether you’re obliterating demon hordes through the depths of Hell in the single-player campaign, or competing against your friends in numerous multiplayer modes. Expand your gameplay experience using DOOM SnapMap game editor to easily create, play, and share your content with the world.

You’ve come here for a reason. The Union Aerospace Corporation’s massive research facility on Mars is overwhelmed by fierce and powerful demons, and only one person stands between their world and ours. As the lone DOOM Marine, you’ve been activated to do one thing – kill them all.

A Relentless Campaign
There is no taking cover or stopping to regenerate health as you beat back Hell’s raging demon hordes. Combine your arsenal of futuristic and iconic guns, upgrades, movement, and an advanced melee system to knock-down, slash, stomp, crush, and blow apart demons in creative and violent ways.

Return of id Multiplayer
Dominate your opponents in DOOM’s signature, fast-paced arena-style combat. In both classic and all-new game modes, annihilate your enemies utilizing your personal blend of skill, powerful weapons, vertical movement, and unique power-ups that allow you to play as a demon.

Endless Possibilities
DOOM SnapMap – a powerful, but easy-to-use game and level editor – allows for limitless gameplay experiences on every platform. Without any previous experience or special expertise, any player can quickly and easily snap together and visually customize maps, add pre-defined or completely custom gameplay, and even edit game logic to create new modes. Instantly play your creation, share it with a friend, or make it available to players around the world – all in-game with the push of a button.

Dragon Age 2  
EA Sports Games PlayStation 3
Rise to PowerBy Any Means Necessary

Experience the epic sequel to the 2009 Game of the Year from the critically acclaimed makers of Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2. You are one of the few who escaped the destruction of your home. Now, forced to fight for survival in an ever-changing world, you must gather the deadliest of allies, amass fame and fortune, and seal your place in history. This is the story of how the world changed forever. The legend of your Rise to Power begins now. Embark upon an all-new adventure that takes place across an entire decade and shapes itself around every decision you make Determine your rise to power from a destitute refugee to the revered champion of the land Think like a general and fight like a Spartan with dynamic new combat mechanics that put you right in the heart of battle whether you are a mage, rogue, or warrior Go deeper into the world of Dragon Age with an entirely new cinematic experience that grabs hold of you from the beginning and never lets go Discover a whole realm rendered in stunning detail with updated graphics and a new visual style

Dragon Age: Inquisition  
Role-playing video game
Dragon Age III, currently in development by BioWare, is an upcoming sequel to Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II It was first (informally) announced on Twitter, the evening of May 19, 2011, by BioWare's Creative Lead Alistair McNally.

On March 19, 2012, nearly two weeks after BioWare released its latest game Mass Effect 3, Creative Director Mike Laidlaw tweeted that they are finished working on content for Dragon Age II. Executive Producer Mark Darrah mentioned that BioWare originally had plans for a expansion pack, titled "Exalted March", to mark the first anniversary of Dragon Age II but cancelled it for other opportunities for the series. Although Dragon Age III has not been officially announced, Darrah asked fans to give feedback on what they would like to see in future Dragon Age installments.

Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter said that Dragon Age III is expected to be released some time in 2014. The title was initially believed to be released around winter 2013, but was delayed so BioWare and video game publisher Electronic Arts can fix problems and create new content for Star Wars: The Old Republic and Mass Effect 3.

Dragon Age: Origins  
EA Sports Games PLAYSTATION 3 4.0 (40 votes)
From the makers of Mass Effect, Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic, and Baldur's Gate comes an epic tale of violence, lust, and betrayal. The survival of humanity rests in the hands of those chosen by fate. You are a Grey Warden, one of the last of an ancient order of guardians who have defended the lands throughout the centuries. Betrayed by a trusted General in a critical battle, you must hunt down the traitor and bring him to justice.

As you fight your way towards the final confrontation with an evil nemesis, you will face monstrous foes and engage in epic quests to unite the disparate peoples of a world at war. A romance with a seductive shape-shifter may hold the key to victory, or she may be a dangerous diversion from the heart of your mission. To be a leader, you must make ruthless decisions and be willing to sacrifice your friends and loved ones for the greater good of mankind
Game features: A Stunning World to Explore: BioWare's deepest universe to date with over 80 hours of gameplay and more than double the size and scope of Mass Effect Travel throughout dozens of environments and fully immerse yourself in a shattered world that is on the brink of utter annihilation An epic story that is completely shaped and reactive to your play style Complex Moral Choices: Tailor your Dragon Age: Origins experience from the very beginning by choose from six different Origin Stories Decide how to handle complex issues like murder, genocide, betrayal, and the possession/sacrificing of children without the security of a good/bad slider to tell you what to do Full Character Customisation: Sculpt your hero in your own image or fantasy Elaborate character creator allows you to create your own hero unique from anyone else Shape your character's personality and morality based on

Dragon Crystal  
Role-Playing Sega Game Gear
In 1990 Sega released a little known, but very unique RPG for the Master System and GameGear called Dragon Crystal. What makes Dragon Crystal different than any other game at the time, and the vast majority of games today, is the level design. Each level is randomly generated, as are the number, types, and positions of all of the items, enemies, and the level exit and start positions.

Each level is a maze, with a varying degree of complexity. There are several different level themes, such as forests, deserts, and a field of statues. Areas that have not been explored are hidden under trees/cactuses/statues/whatever makes up the walls to the maze, and as you move through new areas they will vanish and be replaced with ground you can walk on, and the walls will become colored. Like everything else about the level, where you begin and where the exit is located is chosen randomly, so you may start far away from it, or the starting position might be in the same room as the exit. However, if you take the exit without exploring you will miss out on all of the items in that level.

Dragon Quest I & II  
Compilation SNES
This is a remake of two first Dragon Quest titles, the second version of both Dragon Quest and Dragon Quest II, preceding the Game Boy Color compilation of Dragon Warrior I & II.

This remake includes updated graphics that retain the original look, sound of higher quality, and some changes in the gameplay and in the game world: certain locations are larger, some menu commands (such as "Stairs") are omitted, and there is a larger variety of items.

Dragon Quest III  
Role-Playing (RPG) SNES
Dragon Warrior III is the concluding game of the first Dragon Quest/Dragon Warrior trilogy, and its story takes us back to the time period of the legendary Erdrick (also known as Loto), the ancestor of the first game's hero. You are the son of a powerful warrior Ortega, skillful in physical combat and spellcasting. Your father went out to fight the evil Baramos, who is responsible for the appearance of monsters in your region, and never returned. You are sent by the king on a quest to continue your father's brave deeds and to defeat Baramos.

Dragon Warrior III is a top-down role-playing game where you travel around the overworld, caves, castles, cities and other locations while battling random encounters, buying equipment, and talking to people. You and your party members receive experience when they beat up monsters and level up with enough experience, increasing their stats. The game features a day/night cycle - as you travel, day slowly changes to night and vice versa; shops are typically closed at night.

You begin with control of just the main character but can quickly recruit three more members to your party. During the game you can choose to drop your current characters and recruit others at any time. The recruitable characters are divided into six classes: soldier, fighter, merchant, goof-off, pilgrim and wizard.

The game has a unique job system, giving you the ability to switch your hired characters' classes after they have achieved at least level 20 in their base class. Characters can switch to the other beginning classes, as well as the sage class, which is not available at the beginning. When a character switches classes, they lose all earned experience points, and half of their stats, but retain all of the abilities of the previous class. In this way, you can create powerful combination characters that are able to cast spells and fight effectively.

Dragon Quest V: Tenkū no Hanayome  
Role-Playing (RPG) SNES 3.6
The hero of this game is the son of a brave warrior named Papas. It appears that his mother died just after giving birth to him, and his father took him on a long journey when he was a little baby, searching for something. Now the boy is six years old, and Papas brings him to his hometown. After some time, they learn that Henry, the prince of Reinhart, was kidnapped by bandits. Papas and his son attempt to rescue him, but this only leads to a tragic event and the boy's imprisonment. Only many years later will the hero discover who or what his father was searching for, and come to realize his own role in the events that dictate the fate of the world.

Dragon Quest V is a Japanese-style role-playing game with random enemy encounters and turn-based combat viewed from first-person perspective. Though the party only includes three active human combatants, the game allows the player to recruit monsters into it. Some of the enemies will randomly request to join the party. The player can then add them to the roster and use them in battles, where they behave just like any other combatant, using their own abilities and even leveling up.

The game follows the story of Papas' son stretched over many years, from his childhood to adulthood. The player will be able to choose a wife for the main character from two available female characters. This decision influences some of the subsequent events and features. The hero eventually becomes a parent, and his new family plays a pivotal role in the plot.

Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi  
Role-Playing (RPG) SNES 3.5
You and two of your friends decide to attack the Archenemy - the evil Mudo - in his castle. But as you reach his throne, he attacks you and send the three friends into three different places...

Was this just a dream? You have just fallen out of your bed dreaming! It's time to go to the village elder, to get a seemingly simple assignment - to sell some goods at a bazaar in the nearest town. But soon the hero will discover his dream was not so far away from reality...

Dragon Quest VI is the last Super Famicom/SNES game of the Dragon Quest series. It is a party RPG with turn-based combat and battles viewed from first person perspective. Gameplay style, setting, and even menu layout are very similar to those of the previous games in the series. The game utilizes an enhanced "class system" from the third game. Characters can choose different classes to belong to, and switch between them. The more a character fights while belonging to a certain class, the more proficient he/she becomes in it. Once two or three starting classes have been mastered, the character gains access to powerful hybrid classes, which grant the characters new abilities and various upgrades.

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King  
Action PlayStation 2
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King continues the mega-hit turn-based role-playing strategy of Dragon Quest - the worldwide hit, now available for Americans to enjoy. You're the last survivor of King Torode's army, and the king and his daughter have both been transformed. As his final warrior, you must track down the evil jester who stole his powerful scepter and caused this tragedy. The full-orchestral soundtrack, completely renovated GUI menu system, new battle abilities, and improved animations will take your breath away, while the living, breathing anime world offers a wealth of new places to explore. An epic tale of friendship, bravery, and adventure awaits you on the grassy fields, snow-capped mountains, and restless seas of Dragon Quest VIII.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age  
PlayStation 4
DRAGON QUEST® XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age™ follows the perilous journey of a hunted hero who must uncover the mystery of his fate with the aid of a charismatic cast of supporting characters. They embark on a quest taking them across continents and over vast oceans as they learn of an ominous threat facing the world.

DRAGON QUEST XI brings a massive, gorgeous world to life in a style that blends stylistic cel-shading with photorealistic detail.

Engage in a turn-based battle system that eases players into combat with an accessible experience, featuring mechanics simple enough for novices but with enough depth to satisfy long-time fans.

DRAGON QUEST XI features tons of side-quests and mini-games that provide enough content to keep you playing for well over 100 hours.The Edition of Light comes in a digital (Windows/PS4) version and retail (PS4) version and includes:
The game Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (base game)
Three bonus DLC items: 1x Supplicant (restores MP), 1x Healer (restores HP) and 3x Seed of Skill (1 time consumable, which increases a Skill Point).

Dragon's Dogma - Dark Arisen  
Action PlayStation 4
Dragon's Dogma is an action RPG set in an open world fantasy universe. It is ruled by a giant dragon heroes attempt to challenge. After an army fails, a chosen one dubbed Arisen becomes the one to defeat the creature. The game starts many years before the events of the game following the Arisen chasing after the dragon. After the sequence that acts as an interactive tutorial, the dragon disappears only to return many years later attacking the fishing village Casadeis. The player starts as one of the common townspeople and the player can define the general appearance. The character is however killed and the dragon rips out the heart to eat it. Instead of dying the character awakens as the new Arisen. At that point a vocation can be chosen, which determines basic attributes, equipment and skills. The choice includes Fighter, Strider or Mage. These are then developed into advanced versions and eventually three hybrid classes such as Assassin or Magic Archer. Experience is gained by completing quests and defeating opponents, and it is spent on skill points. Class skills also provide perks out of combat, such as the ability to roll and duck for fighters, or to levitate as a mage.

The player can freely explore the environment and gather quests from NPCs. The combat is fast-paced with a combination of blocking and different attacks hack-and-slash style. Large enemies often need to be grabbed or climbed in smaller variations of the enemies in Shadow of the Colossus to reach and hack away at weaker parts. The character's abilities are further defined through various items, weapons and clothing that are found as loot, bought or earned. The player is able to assemble a party with up to three computer-controlled characters called pawns. These can be issued basic orders and will for instance hold enemies to have the main character finish them off. One is a primary pawn that can be fully developed by the player. The other two are hired hands that are acquired and fired quickly according to the situation as they do not gain experience or level up. They can be hired from the Rift through riftstones and chosen based on their skills and vocation as the situation requires. Next to the pawns offered by default, pawns created by other players can also (optionally) be hired through a seamless online network option.

Many of the creatures roam and appear freely causing dynamic battles with a new mix of enemies for most occasions. Regions can never be cleared completely as monsters eventually respawn. There are large cities where citizens have their own schedules and the character is able to interact with them. There is also a love interest who is always a woman, regardless of the main character's gender chosen at the beginning. Despite the pawn-party system there is no multiplayer option. It however contains a number of opponents such as the Ur Dragon that are too strong to be defeated by a single party. Instead, damage done to the beast becomes permanent and is shared across all versions of the game logged in. That way it offers asynchronous cooperative gameplay with a certain amount of persistence as if in an offline MMORPG. The player to deal the last hit gets the largest reward, but there is a share for everyone who participated.

Dragons Blood  
Fantasy Sega Dreamcast 4.5 (8 votes)
"Draconus: Cult of the Wyrm" is a surprisingly fun third-person action game set in a mythical world where swords and spells settle all disputes. After choosing either a warrior or a sorceress character, players are charged with fighting their way through several beautiful (and sometimes creepy) environments on their quest to rid the world of the evil Dragon Lord.
The game engine is a technical marvel, letting players move seamlessly from lush forests to the torch-lit interior of a castle. The combat seems shallow at first, but with a little practice reveals surprising depth. Both characters have tons of moves and combinations they can use to dispatch enemies--you'll have to use them all when minions rush you from all sides or you're dueling with one of the level bosses. The sorceress is a particularly fun role to play, because it requires lots of tactical brainwork for success. The characters are equipped with shields that will deflect all but the strongest blow. We were pleased to see that it's not possible simply to hold down the shield button to block; instead, you must press it each time a hit is absorbed, which adds immensely to the timing and skill required for success.
Sadly, the camera is better suited for exploration than combat. We found ourselves being attacked frequently by enemies before they entered our line of sight. The whirling camera also makes it difficult to line up an enemy for either attacking or blocking, but after a few hours of practice we usually were able to compensate for this oversight. Frankly, we were having so much fun slashing our way to victory that we were willing to forgive many of "Draconus"' faults--it stands as a great addition to the Dreamcast library. "--T. Byrl Baker"
Pros: Many combat moves to master Nice graphics, especially indoors Cons: Camera angles can be frustrating Voice acting is terrible

Duke Nukem Forever  
Action & Shooter PlayStation 3

Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition  
Play Station 4
Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition takes parkour-fueled zombie survival to a whole new level. Enjoy the definitive Dying Light experience with the brand-new Legend system, improved visuals, major gameplay enhancements, and more. This package comes with all the available bonus content, including Be the Zombie, Cuisine & Cargo, Ultimate Survivor Bundle, and The Bozak Horde. Last but not least, travel beyond the walls of Harran to discover a vast, dangerous new region in Dying Light: The Following - a massive story-based expansion that brings mysterious characters, deadly new weapons, unexpected quests, and fully customizable and drivable dirt buggies.

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