Top 20 The Collective Games
Buffy Summers makes her console debut in a third-person action game set within the not-so-peaceful town of Sunnydale, CA. As the 17-year-old Chosen One, Buffy must use her heightened strength and agility to defeat vampires, zombies, and other demons attracted to the town's dangerous proximity to a Hellmouth. Based on the UPN television series known for its unusual blend of action, suspense, comedy, and drama, the game takes place around the timeframe of the show's first and second seasons.
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As Indiana Jones, you’ll travel to 1935 China to prevent a powerful artifact from falling into evil hands. This globe-spanning adventure pits you against evil Nazis and the Asian underworld. It’ll take more than just a trusty whip and pistol to avoid the perils of the Emperor’s Tomb.
Indy's latest adventure plays out in dramatic fashion thanks to new gameplay features such as brawling combat. This time, in addition to using his trademark whip and pistol, Indy can engage in fierce hand-to-hand combat against foes, many of whom are well-versed in martial arts. Improvised weapons such as shovels, chairs and table legs also can be used to fend off adversaries. The result is a more immersive and more Indy-like gameplay experience, set amidst spine-tingling movie-like action sequences, such as a rickshaw chase in Hong Kong and a spectacular battle atop moving gondolas in the South China Sea area.
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Based on the original novel of the same name by Dan Brown from 2003, The Da Vinci Code is a 3rd-person action/adventure that combines puzzle-solving (especially breaking of ciphers and codes) with fighting and stealth elements; the choice between the latter two is mostly left to the player. The game alternates between controlling main characters of the novel, Robert Langdon and Sophie Noveau, and offers a storyline that diverses from the plot of the novel in many respects. Though released at the same time as Ron Howard's movie The Da Vinci Code, the game is an adaptation of the novel, and its character models, plot details, and location choices are different from the movie. The Temple Church in London is one example of a location visited in the novel, movie, and game, but the game also puts the player to explore the mansion of late Jacques Saunière, and has greatly expanded the scope and dangers of other locations with guard patrols and the like. Upon completion, the game offers its depiction of The Louvre and Rosslyn Chapel for the player to explore freely without enemies, while providing new cryptograms to solve.
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Third-person action/adventure game, Star Wars: Episode III, delivers the ultimate Jedi action experience as Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi join forces in fierce battles and heroic lightsaber duels until one's lust for power and the other's devotion to duty leads to a final confrontation between good and evil.
In Star Wars: Episode III, players control all the Jedi abilities of both Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, including devastating Force powers and advanced lightsaber techniques involving robust combo attacks and defensive maneuvers. As Anakin, unleash the power of the dark side in ruthless lightsaber and Force attacks. As Obi-Wan, struggle to save the galaxy from darkness by focusing the power of the light side into swift and precise lightsaber attacks and using the Force to control enemy actions.
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Play as Trane, a "toy" graffiti artist with the street smarts, athletic prowess and vision to become an "All City King" - the most reputable of all graffiti artists. Along your quest, uncover the mayor's deep, dark secret and use your fighting talents and high-wire graffiti to expose the city's leader as a corrupt tyrant. As you struggle to save a neighborhood from an oppressive government, one question stands out: What if graffiti could change the world? Risk your life battling city authorities and rival graf gangs - mere obstacles in your attempt to get your tag up. And in this city, not just any tag will do. You have to "Get IN, Get UP and Get OUT".
Combat: master a unique fighting technique and use improvised weapons
Graffiti: create tags in pressure situations, using multiple skills and styles
Intuition: follow your sixth sense to find the best spots to tag
Sneak mode: infiltrate areas and avoid capture as you creep silently through the city
Navigation: utilize a unique guidance system to "get up" and tag