Rising Tide is much needed but a bit shallow
There's a lot of beauty in Halo 2: Anniversary, and even more if you consider the fact that all four titles are playable in a row. For new fans and old, the Master Chief Collection stands as a can't miss. And we haven't even considered the multiplayer yet.
Those who were huge fans of Sleeping Dogs when it first came out and didn't bother with post-launch content might be pleasantly surprised at what United Front did after release. Neither expansion is particularly wowing, but the bevy of additional content packs sure makes roaming the streets of Hong Kong a heck of a lot of fun. For those of you who missed the original and are reading this article we only have one question. Why have you not picked this up yet?
We just wish Destiny could captivate those same emotions a little better because if they were, we'd be hooked and ready for more. Instead, we're left hoping post-launch support will make the experience more enjoyable for all of those who believed in their favorite developer while we wait again to see what the future holds.
If pirating and plundering with some stealth on the side sounds mouthwatering to you, chances are you want to get into this, no matter what you thought of Assassin's Creed III. We're more than glad to see the franchise continuing in the right direction. Consider us surprised that pirates didn't turn out to be the most cliche experience in the universe.
We had some fun laughing at how it responded even worse when playing multiplayer. The loading screens warn you to be careful around friends lest you make physical contact but you really should just be warning them away. Microsoft promised that Kinect has been vastly improved with the launch of the Xbox One but if you're looking for proof of that Fighter Within is not it.
Faith, as this episode is called is appropriately named, is worth the investment. The studio needs you to download this episode on nothing but the faith that this series will be just as amazing as it's last. And we hope you do believe in Telltale because this is one series you don't want to miss out on.
Some nights Battlefield 4 felt straight up unplayable. We trust that DICE will remedy the issues with the title, but it does stand on the weakest foundation that we've seen from the studio for quite some time. Luckily there isn't a hell of a lot else as far as huge names go on next generation consoles. That lasting appeal until next spring is something that makes Battlefield 4 really attractive.