Frank West is back doing what he does best; decimating zombies with a vast and eclectic arsenal of weapons while rocking a sundress and a Triceratops mask.
When Need for Speed: Payback is gracious enough to let a player take part in its best events, it can be an exhilarating ride. But with so many issues around how one gets there, the experience is tainted. With a shrewd focus on grinding vs. microtransactions instead of a natural rollercoaster through the open-world and its campaign.
The campaign, sorely missed in SWBF (2015), tells the story of just one brave soldier in a grand plot and leaves a player hungry to continue the epic space conflict in its other arenas. Only to learn of the lengths they must go to in order to properly enjoy the game they have paid for.
It was a pleasant surprise to find that Call of Duty:WWII was more or less worth the wait. After a ‘mixed reception’ to their space-bound offerings, Sledgehammer haven’t quite nailed it but it is good.
If you’re hungry for another journey with Aloy, The Frozen Wilds is a must buy, as we will be waiting for many years for Horizon Zero Dawn 2. Or will it be called Horizon One Dawn?
The Xbox One X is finally here and I had the pleasure of receiving one early. The powerful new console has a lot of...
Accepting the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult things a person has to do. They leave a gaping...
Ubisoft spent a year looking at what needed changing in Assassins Creed. They spotted nearly everything that need to go, needed to stay or needed to change. They took what was becoming a stale franchise, and made it fresh and interesting again