- Ocarina of Time
This game is one of those that shows that even though it isn’t perfect, it’s still thoroughly enjoyable, there’s a massive world to explore, plenty to see and do and loads of different characters and storylines to complete. Yes, it has its issues, but these can be easily looked over to see the bigger picture of what the game is trying to achieve.
For my first ‘Dragon Quest’ experience, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. The building aspect wasn’t tedious, there was always a method to the madness, but not restricting it in the sense that you had to build this and that, there was always that balance that gave you creative freedom, while sometimes helping you along.
I can honestly say that this is really only going to appeal to massive fans of the show, and if you haven’t watched any of the TV series, you’re not going to know what the hell is going on.
Overall view of American Fugitive is that this could be a brilliant game on the Switch, it’s presentation is brilliant and it looks beautiful, there’s destruction to be had all around Redrock but the issues with the game mentioned above kind of hold this back, plus the bizarre choice when respawning after death just brings the game down from all out gang warfare to playing with super soakers. If you can get past the annoyances, I would say go for it and give the game a try, it does have potential but again, the downsides can’t be ignored.
If you haven’t picked up any of the expansions for Forza Horizon 4, I would highly recommend them and none more so than the Lego Speed Champions one. The content available and the additions to the game are worth every penny.
Would I recommend this game? Yes, purely because it is so much fun to play, it's random, over the top and bat shit crazy. I guess that is one thing that sets it apart from other open worlds, I don't think there is much if anything that is as crazy in the open world genre as this is. Rage 2 will more than likely consume a lot of hours of your time with all the different things there are to do within the world, but it's so much fun that you probably won't even notice. Just one more mission?
If you’re a fan of Cricket, then I would recommend the game, the atmosphere, the presentation, it’s all brilliant. As mentioned in the review, there’s just a couple of things that Big Ant Studios needs to tidy up.
On a whole I do have to say that the game does fell like the complete package, with all the extras such as characters that you can select from, all the DLC that was available being included, you are getting your monies worth, however, the technical aspect of the game still hold it back slightly. That being said, if you’re a fan of the series, or never got around to playing it the first time around, you will definitely enjoy the game.
My Time at Portia is a brilliant game with a magnitude of things for you to do, a wonderfully crafted world with quirky inhabitants. If you’re into these type of sim games, I would highly recommend.
This is one of my most anticipated games and after playing it, I was right to be excited about it, and what the future DLC is going to bring for us. If you’re on the fence about it and have friends that play, give it a go, it’s good solo but so much more fun in a group.
Power Ranges: Battle for the Grid while being technical strong and smooth to play seems to limp to the K.O in each round with the lack of content. I really do hope that down the line more free content such as fighters and arenas are added to the game to beef it out.
If you’re into your looter shooters, then I would highly recommend you giving this game a go. It has a beautiful world to discover, fantastic flight and movement mechanics and enough content to keep you going.
Overall, Crackdown 3 is some good ol’ over the top fun. The simple formula of go there, do this, take out these enemies, free these people, does work but can get a little repetitive. But the liveliness of the world will keep you entertained.
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The game is going to be good for fans and fans alone I'm afraid.
Overall it is a very interesting game with some engaging and deep mechanics. I am not sure of the longevity of the game as I feel it might get a bit samey for some on later levels.
I do love this game and I hope with future updates it is expanded on to add more content, classes and different biomes. It has a lot of potential, let’s hope Keen Games can take it there!
Butcher does have it’s audience, I have to admit that this game isn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea, and the lack of checkpoints as well as the fairly shallow game play will only compound it.
Prey isn't perfect, but it is a very good game. If you can get over a few hurdles with it, you're in for a treat!
Overall, this wasn’t a bad start to the series, but the story did dip in places after a massive spike right at the start, it kind of came crashing down with a slight peak again towards the end.