Ubisoft's "Rayman Origins" feels like a game that was sent out to die at retail. Released the same week as "Saints Row: The Third," "Halo: Anniversary" and Ubi's own "Assassin's Creed: Revelations," and just four days after "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim," the side-scrolling, two-dimensional platform-jumping game had [...]
There aren't many four-player, online-enabled platform-jumping games, so that alone makes "Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One" worth a look. It's a fun little diversion, but it's hampered by a dated online architecture and occasionally frustrating controls.
Some quick thoughts on Nintendo's press conference, Atlus' erotic adventure/puzzle game "Catherine," Ubisoft's "Rayman Origins" and four big titles from EA.
On Monday, Sony named and priced its new handheld gaming device, and publishers showed off about a bazillion games. And E3 hasn't even started yet.