Pandora's Tower Review
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but swords and chains excite me. Should you climb the towers in Xseed's JRPG/adventure hybrid to save your cursed (and tragically whiny) girlfriend?
[ Editor's Note: As Nick Olsen is a writer for Theory of Gaming, this won't be counted in the monthly Vox Pop prize. However, it is very much a worthy read. ]
By Nick Olsen
Co-founder, Theory of Gaming
In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it...
I'm sorry I have to give it a C+. Yes, the graphics is good but the Doom3 engine is getting old. The single-player is mostly about going from point A to B, shooting down enemies along the way. And the multiplayer is more like a remake of Quake 3 ( with few additional weapons) than an actually new gameplay concept. I still stick to UT2004.