Because “The Slightly Above Average Spider-Man” doesn’t quite have the same ring to it.
The zombies are coming…again.
Hoodwink is clearly the first part of a larger game, not an episode with its own dramatic arc. Don’t go in expecting a Sam and Max scenario where each game really is a true episode of a season. It’s a good start, but don’t expect satisfaction or aching sides from humor. Wait for a patch to fix some technical bugs, then give it a shot. A cool universe like this has a lot of potential, and developer E1, with the mild success of Hoodwink, deserves the benefit of the doubt.
The Temple of Certain Doom.
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A welcome punch to the gut.
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Don’t mention Portal.
2D shapes have never felt so human.
It’s the LEGO game Batman deserves and the one we suggest you play right now.
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A Portal to a new dimension.