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Glitch(from gamezebo)

Glitch(from gamezebo)



虚幻引擎移动开发平台(from gamezebo)

虚幻引擎移动开发平台(from gamezebo)

《无尽之剑》让我们了解到虚幻引擎可以运用到移动设备上,也让我们心存获得更棒产品的希望。不幸的是,首批Unreal引擎手机游戏并无法满足我们的胃口。《暗影之枪》确实算得上是很棒的游戏,但《梦境:逃离》和《Bizango Blast》等几乎已位列今年评价最差的游戏。幸好,近期《Dark Meadow》和《无尽之剑2》的出现让事态出现一定的转机。

Dexter: Slice of Life

Dexter:Slice of Life(from gamezebo)

Dexter:Slice of Life(from gamezebo)

这款游戏让我们感到失望,或许错误在于我们自身。我们本不应该对基于电视剧《嗜血法医》的游戏抱过多的期望。但是,游戏基于秘密行动的玩法和与真实电视剧相关的叙事最早确实令我们着迷。而且,据称明星Michael C. Hall(游戏邦注:他是该电视剧男主角之一)还将为游戏配音。令人失望的是,其最终产品几乎是授权游戏中最糟糕的作品。


文明世界(from gamezebo)

文明世界(from gamezebo)

在发布前就已受到热炒待遇的社交游戏并不多,《文明世界》几乎算是Facebook平台到目前为止最受期待的产品。游戏开发时间较长,名字中带有经典游戏《文明》的影子,Sid Meier亲自监管开发事宜,这不禁让许多玩家幻想其将成为下一代社交游戏的领头羊。尽管游戏算不上差劲,但其平庸也着实让人们感到失望。部分内容确实很有趣,但是却并没有给社交游戏领域带来我们希望看到的变革。


梦之旅(from gamezebo)

梦之旅(from gamezebo)


Biggest Disappointments of 2011

2011 was undoubtedly a great year for gaming, whether you were playing games on your phone, on Facebook, or on your PC. But as good as things were, there were a number of moments that left us disappointed. New games that couldn’t quite live up to the hype, technologies that failed to impress consistently, and even old series that fell from grace.

These are the five most disappointing moments of the year.

#5 – Glitch

Glitch was one of those games we wanted to like, but ultimately couldn’t quite fall in love with it. It certainly had a lot to draw players in. A charmingly quirky art style, a bizarre and varied world, and social features that made it easy to play with friends. Unfortunately actually playing the game wasn’t as much fun as describing how weird it was. It wasn’t terrible, but we couldn’t help but be disappointed. And it looks like the developers felt the same as Glitch has gone back into beta.

#4 – Unreal Engine on mobile

Infinity Blade gave us a taste of what the Unreal Engine could do on mobile devices, and it left us hungry for more. Unfortunately, the first wave of Unreal-powered mobile games have been less than appetizing. Shadowgun was a decent shooter, for sure, but game like dream:scape and Bizango Blast were some of the worst reviewed games of the year. Thankfully, things seem to be turning around more recently, thanks to the release of games like Dark Meadow and, of course, Infinity Blade II.

#3 – Dexter: Slice of Life

Maybe this one is our fault. Given their track record, we probably shouldn’t have been excited over a game based on a television show. But its stealth-based gameplay and narrative that tied into the actual TV series had us intrigued. And it didn’t hurt that star Michael C. Hall was expected to lend his voice talents. Sadly, the finished product was worse than even most licensed games, leaving an experience in worse shape than one of Dexter’s victims.

#2 – Civilization World

Social games don’t usually get much pre-release hype, but Civilization World was easily the most anticipated game the platform has seen to date. In development for quite a while, the combination of the trustworthy series name and the fact that none other than Sid Meier was working on the game left many gamers dreaming that this could be the next big step in social games. And while it wasn’t necessarily bad, it was hard not to be disappointed by the game’s mediocrity. It was enjoyable in parts, but it wasn’t the evolution many of us were hoping for.

#1 – The downward spiral of Dream Chronicles

The original Dream Chronicles trilogy is one of the most fondly remembered series of games in all of casual gaming. They looked and played great, and presented an intriguing world to explore and story to follow. The Book of Air, which kicked off an all-new trilogy last year, was good but not at the same level as the original games. And now with The Book of Water things have gotten even worse. Boring gameplay, reused locations, and a terrible ending were just a few of this game’s many crimes. We can only imagine how bad the final game of the trilogy will be at this rate. (Source: Gamezebo)