Video Games Where You Die A lot No Matter What You Do


So You want to live? Enjoy every moment of your life? Well, TOO bad! You ain’t gonna live long. We are counting games where you die no matter what you do.

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HEAVENLY SWORD

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Heavenly Sword’s lush presentation, graphical prowess, and fast-paced action deliver an outstanding game experience that no gamer with a PS3 should miss. – Extreme Gamer
Heavenly Sword is an engaging game experience where even if you don’t love the gameplay, you will enjoy a movie quality experience. – Gamers’ Temple
For what it is, a good story with a lot of flashy action, it works extremely well. And finally, our hats are off to that voice crew (we have to mention Lydia Baksh as Kai and Steven Berkoff as Flying Fox as well) and to the Ninja Theory team, because you guys really went all out in the presentation and style aspects. No doubt about it; awfully impressive. Hey, the voices actually synch up with the characters lips in the cut-scenes! – PSX Extreme

 HALO: REACH

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Halo: Reach is, without doubt, Bungie’s finest Halo game, and best of all it has the story and structure to the campaign to finally deliver the Halo experience that some of us have been waiting for since the original Halo: Combat Evolved launched on Xbox back in 2002. – MS Xbox World
ODST could have been a clever little shimmy, but it came out a misstep. Reach brings us right back into the dance that hooked us nine years ago, introduces some cool new steps, and leaves us twirling in enchantment as Bungie graciously bows out. Just keep twirling, Spartan. – Joystiq
If you’re a fan of the Halo series and were a little disappointed with ODST and a little apprehensive in purchasing this title, don’t be. Bungie has redeemed themselves by not only creating an engaging and coercive story but have brought the game back to its roots and tweaked the gameplay, both offline and online to make this the definitive game of the series. – Impulsegamer

MEDAL OF HONOR

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Medal of Honor is a great title, a realistic and epic take on the war in Aghanistan, but is too short, just 5 hours for an incredible experience, that will push you in a breathtaking journey in most dangerous valleys of A-Stan. It also has an interesting hardcore single player mode, and a well made multiplayer, but it’s not as good as the ones in Bad Company and Modern Warfare. – Multiplayer.it
The short length of the single player is a little disappointing, as it is a good time. –  BigPond GameArena
Paying tribute to our brave men and women in uniform-who often go through situations that are unimaginable to all of us sitting at home with controllers in our hands-is a great thing. The step that EA has taken towards establishing a precedent for exploring topical subject matter in a video game may be a small one, but it’s still important. But almost everything else about Medal of Honor, while enjoyable, makes it hard to shake the feeling of playing just another military shooter. – Cheat Code Central

 OUTLAST

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Red Barrels have done a fantastic job combining an intensely disquieting setting, a unique visual look, and an incredibly effective camera gimmick to ensure that nobody escapes Mount Massive without a few nightmares. – GamingTrend
As a budget Steam release, Outlast offers some cheap thrills for fans of the survival horror genre. Unfortunately, its underwhelming visuals, combined with Red Barrel Games’ over-reliance on jump-scares ahead of more psychological frights, made my experience with it feel similar to walking through a haunted house: It’s scary, but not in a very clever way. – Game Revolution
Outlast gets the visuals and sound right, has some great mechanics, and will provoke feelings of dread and horror in even the most jaded gamer. It’s cat-and-mouse sequences are a repetitive dirge, but elsewhere this is a strong first offering. –  Gameplanet

RESISTANCE 2

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Though it’s certainly a competent package, the overall feeling engendered by Resistance 2 is underwhelming. For every breathless set-piece that powers the single-player campaign, there’s another moment not far behind that peddles mediocrity, and every glorious vista is offset by sometimes derivative play. – IGN UK
Resistance 2 is a worthy successor. The single-player-campaign is action packed and the game contains more than enough different weapons, as we’ve come to expect from Insomniac. Resistance 2 lacks in the story department and is visually unimpressive, but makes up for it in terms of content. The online multiplayer can accommodate up to sixty players, and, together with the online co-op mode with parallel storyline, guarantees more than enough gameplay to keep you warm until Christmas. – InsideGamer.nl

 UNTIL DAWN

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Despite the stereotypical characters and some uninspired phases, Until Dawn offers an engaging and tense experience, thanks to the good atmosphere and to the moral choices related to the butterfly effect. – Multiplayer.it
The script kept me entertained and feeling like my decisions mattered throughout my 10-hour playthrough. Thanks to some good twists, a few fake-outs, and limitless jump scares, Until Dawn would make a solid horror film. As a piece of interactive fiction, however, it’s a remarkable experience that horror fans shouldn’t miss. – Game Informer
At first glance, a good video game adaptation of the classic horror slasher with outstanding performances, graphic design, and especially huge number of options to help you experience a different story every time you play. – Games.cz
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