If you've been the conductor of the hype train since 'Project Beast,' you absolutely won't be disappointed. This game is what you've been waiting for and more. Sure certain key features are a little wonky or perform under- par, but they don't ruin the act
With call outs to previous bad voice acting, great gameplay, character swapping, surprisingly good writing, and a whole zombie load of feels – Resident Evil: Revelations 2 lives up to the Revelations standards.
After all the Kafka quotes, it's only fitting for the last episode to be called Metamorphosis. We're only a week away from the climax!
Once again, I loved this episode. Lots of slaughter, lots of new elements, lots of now plot devices, new bosses, new horror aspects, and new gameplay - all of which I really enjoyed.
Thus far, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is definitely living up to the Revelations name. I can't wait to dive into the next episodes.
Long time Total War fans will be interested in the uniquely new features. Hordes, family trees, tech trees, and combat all have enough tweaks to not be the 'same old' experience. Different difficulties will welcome a player of any experience to the series
Whether you are fully on board the 'Persona 3 and Persona 4 for life train' or waiting patiently for this era to end with eyes set on Persona 5 (see video), Persona Q should not be ignored by the Persona fan. While this Atlus title isn't a fighting or dancing game like other Persona or future Persona titles, it returns to RPG elements. With that said though, this game plays and feels much more like an Etrian Odyssey game than previous games in the Persona franchise. To call Persona Q an Etrian Odyssey game reskinned with Persona characters is completely inaccurate though; this game is more of a unique offspring of the two.
So yeah, enjoy the comedic art aspects of this game and don't expect it to be what it portrays itself as – a real dating sim about birds. The overall short experience is a bit disappointing, but I'm uncertain just how much pigeon dating one person can take.
If you don't like point-and-click adventure games, they game may not be for you. If you are a fan of the genre, looking for something difficult to tackle, or wondering why you haven't played Shadowgate in 30 years, absolutely pick this up. I swear, the music will bring you back.