When it all boils down to it, Hitman 2 is pretty much just finding new ways to kill the same targets. With only six maps, you’ll often be facing the same targets again and again. Most maps have more than just one target, but I do wish there were a little bit more variety. I still think it’s a great game. With the elusive targets coming up (I’m coming for you Sean Bean) as well as DLCs, there’s a lot to this game to look forward to.
Overall, I just felt like there weren’t enough features in the game to keep me interested. It’s very straightforward to the point of being narrow-minded. You customize your character, you battle it out, and rinse-and-repeat. I don’t think Shinobi Striker’s battle system is enough to keep me interested with repetitive play.
With a few noteworthy exceptions, I found myself not too scared of the game. Intrigued, sure; but scared, not really. There was that one time where my heart was really pounding, but that was really just it. If you’re looking for scary game to play, then Call of Cthulhu might not really provide that for you. But if you’re one to be intrigued by the occult, then this game might just be for you.
I had fun playing the Phantom Doctrine but it’s not a perfect game by any means. While it’s true that this isn’t going to be a game for everyone to enjoy, those who are a fan of turn-based strategy games with emphasis on micromanaging your troops might find it enjoyable. It really brought out the OCD in me. In short, if you’re like me and have an obsession with every detail about how you play a game, then Phantom Doctrine is worth a buy.
Why not? It’s free. Except if you want to customize your character. That takes some actual dough and earning customization in the game is honestly just too much work to bother. But that’s not really important. Nobody is going to comment how sexy your pants make you look when you’re dead on the ground. How could they anyway? There’s no voice chat proximity.
All in all, Juicy Realms is a fun little top-down shooter. It’s something that people of all ages who appreciate the genre can enjoy. The game never really becomes too violent or mature, so they’re safe for children to play. But as far as top-down shooters go, there isn’t really much to separate Juicy Realms from all the other top-down shooters to give it its own unique identity. But it’s definitely worth giving a shot.
Ultimately, Battlezone can be a fun game. But it’s just not a game to be played on your own as single player can be boring and feel repetitive at times. If you have friends and you’re looking for a game that pays homage to the 90’s, then maybe Battlezone is for you. If you have a VR for it, even better! There are just better games out there that features tanks.
It all boils down to whether or not you should buy the game. And I think that’s the worst part about it, is that there’s really no real reason to buy it. There are many more zombie shooter survival games out there that does this a whole lot better. Why buy Metal Gear Survive?
Time and time and again even after frustration I kept going back to give the game a chance. And each time I come out just frustrated. My recommendation? Wait a few months for Warhorse Studios to fix everything before buying it. You’re just gonna be turned away from the game. Even then, be prepared for a massive patch to download.
The game’s complex mechanics can be rather intimidating and a chore to learn for those who are simply looking for a simple fighting game. UFC 3 is anything but simple. Whether that’s good or bad can be up to you. If you’re not fond of having overly complicated mechanics like this, this might not be your game as you will feel rather dizzy at times trying to learn even just the basics. But if you’re looking for an intense fighting game that covers many areas of MMA, this just might be the game for you.