Stories by Cameron Lewis

LittleBigPlanet 2

Remember the breathless thrill of discovering a new playground when you were a little kid? It didn't matter how many slides you'd zipped down or merry-go-rounds you'd dizzied yourself on, because the fresh arrangement of old favourites made every mom...

Create

I was one of those kids who never met a pile of blocks he didn't like, but I never had enough LEGOs, Lincoln Logs, or Erector Set pieces to build the monstrosities I had in mind. So I'd mix and match pieces, scavenge additional parts from board games...

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

I've enjoyed all of the Prince of Persia titles that have been released thus far, but I feel like the series has been slipping down a slippery slope since 2003's imaginative reboot, The Sands of Time. Ubisoft took a big step backwards with Warrior Wi...

Dark Void

If you've ever wished you could get one of those lumbering no-necked thugs from Gears of War to leap more than a few inches off the ground, you'll appreciate Dark Void's concept of "vertical cover": the ability to blast skyward and grapple onto somet...

WET

Video games have long borrowed liberally from Hollywood, but they typically look no further than glossy big budget film productions for inspiration. WET goes in another direction, drawing its strength from the grit and grime of a 1970's martial arts ...

Batman: Arkham Asylum

While other superheroes merely catch the crooks and then parade around with smug smirks, Batman goes out of his way to get inside the criminal mind and twist it into submission; that alone makes him one of my favourite comic book characters. Similarl...

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

I was a little kid when the Ghostbusters movie came out and I went nuts for it. If it was playing in a theater, I snuck in to see it. If a friend's family rented the video, I invited myself over for an extended stay. I quoted dialogue lines and sang ...

Prototype

For most of us, walking around a crowded metropolis is a hellish experience. Being surrounded on all sides by jostling people, honking cars and immense buildings can make you feel powerless and trapped.

Bionic Commando

As a kid, I biked five miles just to rent the original Bionic Commando on the NES and I played it straight through in a single day. Over twenty years later, my enthusiasm for swinging around an urban jungle gym like a half-mechanical Tarzan hasn't wa...

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