There's both good and bad at play in these games, and it's not just the Zeds.
"We're gonna do a proper decoration job. I want the grey skies of London illuminated. I want that house painted red."
Maybe just slightly annoyed.
Give me a lever long enough and an R2 button on which to place it, and I shall rule the online world... maybe.
Handles like it's on rails.
Things are getting a bit crazy down in the swamp.
Boldly going where no clone has gone before.
It might have a familiar backstory in AI taking over the world, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun.
Live out one of your TRON fantasies... but no, not that one.
Don't bet your future, on one roll of the dice
A wolf in sheep's clothing.
Know your enemy.
No Hannah's in sight.
For whom the bell tolls.
We're on an express elevator to hell - going down!
"They're rewriting history, but they forgot about me."
"Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame"
...It's a literal tribute to the self-reflexivity of Rembrandt. Oh, and there's gaming comedy show interviews too.
Inception has a lot to answer for.
It's the most innovative shooter I've played in years.
Fred's dead, baby... Fred's dead.
When there's no more room in Hull... sorry, Hell.
Can it score a bullseye, or does it shoot itself in the foot?
"I named him Waggleton P. Tallylicker, but I never got the chance to tell him..."
Point of impact.
Isles be back...
It's just a flesh wound.
There's always a lighthouse.
"Last time I took the moral high ground, I bought a sniper rifle."
Not such a long time ago, in a studio from EA...