Does Ghost Recon Breakpoint live up to the hype?
As some of you regular readers and Twitch followers might know, I love Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, a title that I came late to, but made up for it by playing the shit out it still to this day, I can easily loose myself in the Bolivian landscape for hours at a time. So when the news got to me that the Beta test of the sequel Breakpoint would be happening early September, I immediately applied and eagerly awaited the day to get into some new Tactical Shooter mayhem.
The following review is of the limited Beta test that took place from the 5th till the 8th of September, where I spent roughly 16 hours.
Game developers be like "Let's see if they like an even harder zombie apocalypse".
As some of you may remember, we reviewed State of Decay 2 last year (8th of June to be exact), and while it had some problems and bugs (most of which have been tweaked or fixed) I still really enjoyed the game.
A slightly flawed but great game.
As some of you regulars might know, I’ve been waiting patiently for State of Decay 2 for a while now, despite the fact I only started playing the original game a few months ago when I bought the Xbox Gamer Pass (best £7 subscription ever). Sadly I had to be patient until the long weekend before I could sink my teeth (pun intended) into it properly, but I’m loving it. There are some flaws, but I’ll get to those soon, the main point I want to make right now is: State of Decay 2 is totally worth the £23 price tag.
It’s been a while since a game has given me such an emotional rollercoaster ride.
When I first heard about the game Sea of Thieves I was told to think of an MMO version of Assassin's Creed Black Flag, but without the assassin aspect, so my expectations were high. Sadly, I missed the early access testing, but I had read positive things.
This is my answer to "What game do you want remade with today's graphics?"... Every. Single. Time.
With all the hype recently surrounding the announcement of Fable 4, I decided reinstalling Fable: The Lost Chapters (10th anniversary edition) and playing it for a review was a good idea to remember why we are all so excited. Turns out for entertainment purposes it was great, but for a man with limited time, not so good.