'Thought provoking' may be the best way to describe my overall experience with SOMA. With the story being expertly delivered through eloquent voice acting and dialogue, environmental design, and questionable moral choices. SOMA stands out as a deft lesson in storytelling, which many developers should learn from. I'd highly recommend trying SOMA for anyone and everyone.
I’d have to say, I never expected to enjoy Mankind Divided as much as I did. I had my reservations since playing Human Revolution with its less than stellar animations and horrendous boss fights. I was expecting much of the same and I’m glad I was wrong. With a sprawling hub environment at its heart, Mankind Divided has plenty of off beaten paths to lose countless hours on.
Nioh offers up a substantial amount of content, with a ton of levels, New Game+ and some “Twilight Missions". Twilight Missions are revamped levels with better loot drops rates that rotate daily giving players even more content to undertake, but they are currently limited to a select few missions. There is an overwhelming amount of things to do. Some gameplay mechanics may hinder your play style and ultimately get you killed, but nevertheless you could opt not to implement them into your approach.
It’s safe to say that there is a lot included in Victor Vran: Overkill Edition. Whether you’re playing through the story solo or with a friend, there is plenty to keep you occupied. Even if you don’t get around to doing very little thing, there’s well over 50 hours of gameplay here if you're determined to stick around.
Given that my love for the original DOOM games continues to compel me to keep playing them till this day. I can happily say that DOOM (2016) scratches everyone of my itches. The Singleplayer is definitely the highlight. With tons of gibs, gore and shotguns to pass around, I was head over heels in love with the campaign.
Dex is light in terms of story, it's fairly linear but does the genre it resides in justice by implementing all the tropes that make Cyberpunk great. Hacking, conspiracies, and cybernetics are all present. With doom and gloom around every corner of this dystopian society it's easy to find yourself wrapped up in its civil unrest.
The king is back, kind of, in a perfect remaster of Duke Nukem 3D. Any fans of the FPS genre and Duke need this game. With some nice extras and a few tweaks you'll be able to save all the babes in the world one more time.
Shadow Warrior 2 surpasses everything that was its predecessor's 2013 release. A larger roster of weaponry to choose from, a Diablo-esque loot system for equipment upgrades, greatly improved visuals and most importantly, a 4-player cooperative mode.