This is a review I posted elsewhere before I started this WordPress blog. It was recovered from my previous place and was slightly re-written. As such, I apologize for the overall quality of this review and will work to improve it even further. Developers: Ubisoft Publishers: Ubisoft Genre: Action-adventure, stealth Engine: Disrupt Format: PS3/X360/PS4/X1/PC/WiiU Release: April 20, 2014 Age rating: M … Continue reading Watch Dogs review – Bullet-Sharp Dog Bite [REUPLOADED]
A somewhat underwhelming final level aside, Doom stands tall as a phenomenal demon-slaying first-person shooter fueled by exhilarating action and striking presentation.
Haunting and unsettling, Inside is a beautifully disturbing platformer with unique puzzles and unforgettable presentation, although its final act may leave you a bit cold.
Shadow of War is a bombastic and titanic sequel that builds upon its predecessor's Nemesis System masterfully, but its abrupt plotlines and tedious endgame keeps Monolith's second venture into Mordor from shining brightly.
With an extra year of development, Assassin's Creed: Origins is a massive triumph over its lackluster predecessors, thanks to its jaw-dropping world design and admirable protagonist
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Bombastically chaotic, Avalanche's third physics-defying adventure has incredible action opportunities and lovable rogues, but its technical issues and questionable design decisions deprive Just Cause 3 from reaching its predecessor's heights
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Life is Strange often shines with brilliance and emotions thanks to strong characters and interesting ideas, but its strengths are constantly hampered by weird dialogues, weak performances and technical issues
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