Drill Deal - Oil Tycoon looks simple but is anything but. Like other Tycoon simulator games, it can be addictive but is difficult to master. Unfortunately, the lack of a diverse audio can make the game sound a bit bland but this is only a minor setback.
I really enjoyed The Curse of the Pharaohs, because it was a lot of fun to explore the brand new map. The team at Ubisoft really outdid themselves with how beautiful the Afterlife looked, and the new enemy types.
Since I started this when I was the highest level, the DLC seemed to be rather easy and quick. I enjoyed playing and exploring Sinai, but sadly what with the glitches of Bayek being eaten by a mountain, I will have to give the score lower than I expected
I would have loved to have given this game a higher score, but I found a lot of issues with it from bugs to the things with the map and other small bits, although I did enjoy playing it because I am a huge Assassin's Creed fan. It's really big and fun, but the issues I listed and the changes they made aren't all great ones.
I enjoyed playing the DLC, with new locations and enemies it was more than just fun a new story. It was something I looked forward to once I heard about it, and discovering how Max reacted knowing it was his birthday was just how my eldest boy reacts, it ran well and I definitely think people will enjoy this DLC also.
While I was reviewing this, Ubisoft had to take the multiplayer servers offline saying that it was causing problems. It might have been the reason for the bad frame rate at times, because it seemed to be better when it was turned off. Hopefully they get it sorted, because it’s going to be tight. But despite this, I can only recommend Watch_Dogs 2.