An old fan favorite makes its 3D debut this week, and gamers get ready to face their F.E.A.R.s.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
Developer: Grezzo, Nintendo
Believed by many to be the greatest Legend of Zelda around, Ocarina of Time makes its debut on the 3DS. Ocarina of Time follows a young Link as he sets out to stop Ganandorf, the evil Gerudo king, from stealing the Triforce and taking over Hyrule. Along with a graphic upgrade, OoT 3D also features a mirrored version of Master Quest’s rearranged dungeons for die-hard fans. This is one classic remake you’ll want to stick in your pocket.
Developer: Day 1 Studios, Monolith Productions
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive
Genre: FPS, horror
Console(s): Xbox 360, PS3, PC
The F.E.A.R. team returns for the third installment of this paranormal horror game. Despite their best efforts to end the destructive Alma, who makes The Ring’s Samara look like an absolute sweetheart, her power is still very much alive and well. Survive the story’s campaign alone or take a shot at the buddy system with the game’s Co-Op. Just be sure to leave the lights on.
Developer: Double Fine Productions
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Genre: Tower defense, 3rd Person Shooter
Console(s): Xbox 360
Double Fine Productions, famous for Psychonauts and Brutal Legend, is about to give gamers a little history lesson. After the end of WWI, a “Broadcast” has spread across the world, exploding the heads of people everywhere. Trenched dumps players into the Mobile Trench Brigade, a surviving army force looking to restore peace and higher brain-function to the world. Trenched is an Xbox Live Arcade game that mixes tower-defense with a third-person shooter to create a unique experience, complete with the company’s notorious brand of humor.
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