Articles by: James Carter
James’ on/off relationship with video games took a turn for the serious from the moment BioShock hit the drive tray. Since then, what he lacks in gaming pedigree he strives to make up for with a voracious appetite for games of each and every genre, old and new.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted (2012) promised to be a return to open-world racing, and was lauded as a spiritual successor to Burnout Paradise. Why then does it seem to be a shadow of its predecessor? Criterion Games have a [...]Read more ›