5th Cell

Game Developer: 5th Cell

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Nintendo Wii U
Written by Steve Schardein     December 05, 2012     0   6   0   0   0
Imagine anything, just don't expect it to help you win.
 
7.4
 
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PC
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     November 29, 2012     0   1   0   0   0
The sequel to one of the best games made in the last five years that doesn't start with Mario, Halo, Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed has finally arrived on the PC. Springing with creativity, fun and the possibility of a warped sense of humor, there's a lot to love when it comes to Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and 5th Cell's Scribblenauts Unlimited. Let's get into it, shall we?
 
9.0
 
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Xbox 360
Written by Will Johnson     August 12, 2012     0   1   0   0   0
Anti-gravity, mini "death bots," and Dark Matter?  Okay, sounds good.  From 5th Cell comes an online "stop and pop" third person shooter built around fast, yet calculated gameplay and an over arching mark of global competition.  This entry into Xbox LIVE's Summer of Arcade shows that strong core shooter principles can still be the centerpiece of an IP, and has enough appeal to be a great opening act for the big budget AAA shooters to come later in the year.
 
7.6
 
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Nintendo DS
Written by Greg Schardein     November 11, 2009     0   17   0   0   0
 
7.0
 
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Nintendo DS
Written by Greg Schardein     October 05, 2009     0   10   0   0   0
5th Cell brings another sleeper to the table...
 
7.8
 
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Nintendo DS
Written by Greg Schardein     September 26, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Though it’s a dream of any DS fan, we still have yet to see a truly traditional RTS on Nintendo’s dual screen handheld. Current RTSs on the system are already few and far between and the ones that exist are either terrible or somehow make it work by hybridizing RTS with some other form of gameplay. Most notably, the current RTSs include 2 titles by Square Enix including Heroes of Mana, and Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings, as well as Glory Days 2 by Eidos. Other than this, not many people have taken much of a stab at the series (which surprises me, as it seems so obvious and perfect for the capabilities of the system. Still we wait for the true RTS to put another notch in the proverbial belt of what the DS is capable of accomplishing.
 
9.0
 
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