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Totemo HD by Hexage Ltd
TOTEMO is a game designed to soothe your mind and train your brain.
Uncover the mystery hidden between the realms in a unique puzzle game. Travel to enchanted places of the past with your witch doctor guide and solve over 100 logic tasks.
Play at your own pace. Think hard and weight carefully your next move, or just stroke your moves intuitively and let the solution emerge in front of your eyes.
Play the survival mode for extra challenge, make your stand against the time and write your name into the on-line leaderboards.
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GameInformer - 8.75/10
This former 3DS game doesnâ€™t stand toe-to-toe with the best console shooters, but itâ€™s a faithful port. Revelations has a lot to offer fans of the series and players looking for a more evenly paced, thoughtful shooter. The new content, including an entertaining challenge-based two-player co-op mode, along with dual-analog stick control make this the definitive version of Resident Evil: Revelations.
While it doesnâ€™t completely escape the shortcomings of its original outing, Capcomâ€™s HD-ified version of Resident Evil: Revelations is still as fun and enthralling as it was on the 3DSâ€”while now also benefitting from the improvements in controls, visuals, and audio that other gaming platforms can offer. If you previously missed this chapter of the legendary Resident Evil saga, this is the best way to rectify that.
With its welcome return to classic-style horror action, Resident Evil: Revelations is very much worth playing in its HD form for its atmosphere and scares alone. However, if youâ€™ve got the choice between the remake and the original, stick with the one you can carry in your pocket â€“ this one feels a bit uncomfortable in its own skin.
Resident Evil: Revelations plays a lot like the best games in the series, but lacks the scariness and intensity that made those games special.
Both your weapons and your enemies feel powerful
The Queen Zenobia is an intriguing location
Episodic structure keeps the pace brisk.
Most enemies are uninteresting
Too much backtracking.
Resident Evil Revelations isn't as good on consoles as it is on the 3DS. It clearly wasn't designed for larger machines, and the somewhat clunky, rudimentary controls indicate that it would need to be rebuilt from the ground up to prove a superior alternative. However, it's still a fine game and still the best Resident Evil game available right now, and if you've not played it already, you truly ought to. If you've already tried it on 3DS, there's not a lot to bring you back, but any other Resident Evil fan would be best served giving it a go.
It doesn't last all that long, and the wonky difficulty spikes early on may deter some players. But there's something refreshingly terrifying about staring down a faceless, leech-tongued shambler, or fleeing for your life from a razor-toothed water beetle that's as big as a sack of potatoes.
Eurogamer - 7/10
Yet judged against the stultifying lows of recent Resident Evils, it's easy to view Revelations as a success. That was true last year, and it's still true today. This HD edition builds subtly on the 3DS foundations, but thankfully doesn't crush them under the needless AAA junk that has dragged the series so far off course. That leaves a game that is just rough enough around the edges to win over fans who still pine for the series' heyday, and suggests the saga might yet come back to life..
Joystiq - 3/5
Capcom has put together a successful port here, in that if you wanted to play the 3DS game but didn't get a chance to do so, this is the best way to get that done. Resident Evil fans will want to see the story, and will forgive the design flaws and wacky dialogue. For everyone else, the game doesn't hold the HD spotlight well. This was a quality handheld title, but on a larger screen it falls into the middle of the pack.
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Q: Does Xbox One require an â€śalways onâ€ť Internet connection?
A: No, it does not have to be always connected, but Xbox One does require a connection to the Internet. Weâ€™re designing Xbox One to be your all-in-one entertainment system that is connected to the cloud and always ready. We are also designing it so you can play games and watch Blu-ray movies and live TV if you lose your connection.
Here's how the system works: when you buy an Xbox One game, you'll get a unique code that you enter when you install that game. You'll have to connect to the Internet in order to authorize that code, and the code can only be used once. Once you use it, that game will then be linked to your Xbox Live account. "It sits on your harddrive and you have permission to play that game as long as youâ€™d like," Harrison said.
Other users on the console will be able to play that game as well, Harrison said. So you don't need to buy multiple games per family. "With the built-in parental controls of the system it is shared amog the users of the device," he said.
"The bits that are on that disc, you can give it to your friend and they can install it on an Xbox One," he said. "They would then have to purchase the right to play that game through Xbox Live."
"They would be paying the same price we paid, or less?" we asked.
"Letâ€™s assume itâ€™s a new game, so the answer is yes, it will be the same price," Harrison said.
But that doesn't mean used games are dead. In fact, Harrison told us, you'll be able to sell your Xbox One games online.
"We will have a solutionâ€”weâ€™re not talking about it todayâ€”for you to be able to trade your previously-played games online," Harrison said.
Xbox One and Used Games
We know there is some confusion around used games on Xbox One and wanted to provide a bit of clarification on exactly what weâ€™ve confirmed today. While there have been many potential scenarios discussed, today we have only confirmed that we designed Xbox One to enable our customers to trade in and resell games at retail.
Beyond that, we have not confirmed any specific scenarios.
Another piece of clarification around playing games at a friendâ€™s house â€“ should you choose to play your game at your friendâ€™s house, there is no fee to play that game while you are signed in to your profile.