This review is about a game by Jonathan Mak called “Everyday Shooter.” It’s a testament to the developer that this game is actually pretty hard to describe because of the level of abstractness he achieves.
In a world of multi-million dollar budgets in video games, independent video games are gaining ground. And within that field holds some of the creative and inspiring games; one of which is Braid. Braid is a puzzle/platformer, but so much more.
Onlive: Essentially you will be able to play any game anywhere, anytime over a broadband connection without any downloads. Similarly, you can play demos for any of these games to check ’em out before committing to the full game.
Whether or not the game lived up to the hype, one can’t deny that the marketing for this quirky camera cacophony is among the best ever made. For your viewing enjoyment, here is the complete collection of Rayman’s Raving Rabbids ad spots