Carl Vincent David
- Metal Gear Solid
- Megaman 2
- Mass Effect 3
Carl Vincent David's Reviews
Red Dead Redemption 2 does a really good job at keeping you busy, and you’re rewarded even if you just wander throughout the vast wilderness and experience the random events.
Red Kite Studios has done a splendid job mapping out the controls for the PS4 version of Two Point Hospital. I expected to feel my control over the situation limited, but those fears were groundless as the clever control scheme didn’t leave me feeling encumbered or hampered.
Despite these issues, I remain optimistic that Two Point Studios can add some polish this game into a true gem. As it stands now, Two Point Hospital is an amazing game that demonstrates that an old school idea doesn’t have to die, it just needs to recover and emerge stronger than ever for a modern age.
God Eater 3 might not be perfect game, but you can bet it's a fun game to jump into if you're just looking to smash some monsters’ faces in with a really big sword.
The game is definitely being polished constantly, though, as was made apparent with a recent update that allows you to switch characters with a special meter on the fly, and I would definitely want to see more updates to the game in the future. Despite the minor issues I've had, Tower 57 is definitely one of the games I'd love to play again with a friend. It’d definitely be a good addition to your collection of co-op games.
Just Cause 4 feels like you're living in and advancing the plot of a B–movie, and that's amazing. Wherever Rico goes, there's bound to be action, excitement, and more importantly, explosions.
While some problems may have dared to show up, Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares Wins! is still a solid gift for anyone who loves the series. I grew up watching Full Metal Panic! and the nostalgia I felt made me fall in love with the game. Though it's not as deep as some of the other tactical Mecha games I know and love, Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares Wins! is definitely a great addition to your anime-based game collection.
the experience was pleasant, but it left me wanting for something better. A great conceptual foundation alone did not translate to a strong enough incentive to keep me playing. For me, this is a pass, but only barely, since I’m comparing it with the newer, better games coming out. I'm hoping that there's a sequel with more polish at some point in the future.