Don't let some critics' tough talk about "Brütal Legend," the latest game from Sonoma native Tim Schafer, deter you from experiencing one of the most interesting worlds and well-told tales gaming has to offer.
Thanks to a busy weekend, the weekly rundown of new releases comes on a Monday. A big week of new games includes "DJ Hero," another "Grand Theft Auto IV" episode and a downloadable version of the cult classic "Zombies Ate My Neighbors."
Reading that someone finished a well-written game in just a few short hours is like hearing someone watched your favorite movie, but skipped all the "talky" parts.
What to play returns after a brief hiatus. Heavy metal adventures, "Indiana Jones"-style tomb raiding and romping around a post-apocalyptic setting with three friends are among the virtual activities you could be taking part in.
CBS's review-aggregating website is the go-to source for gamers to find out whether new titles are any good, but is it hurting sales of innovative, underdog games?
With "Brütal Legend," Sonoma native Tim Schafer has created another one-of-a-kind video game setting.
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"Halo 3: ODST" (rated M, $60 on Xbox 360): The latest game set in the "Halo" universe will confuse folks who are only passably familiar with the game's universe. Let's start with its ill-conceived name. See, unlike most video games with a number and a colon in the title ("Call [...]