The Last of Us Part II is what I have been waiting for since its announcement. All of the delays and the months of no updates was definitely worth it. I was hooked, just from the first few minutes of playing the game. While the new game mechanics were a bit difficult to deal with, it added enough challenges to make the game enjoyable.
I really enjoyed playing Infinite – Beyond the Mind. The premise of the game, though simple, is one of the main highlights of the game. The focus of the game being on sisters is incredible and I just wish more games like this would be made. The game mechanics were easy to follow and traditional to the 2D action-platform genre. The platforming in the game offered the proper difficulty, which escalated as the game progressed. I spent about five hours playing the game and was able to finish the campaign. While it’s rather short, I enjoyed every minute of it.
I can say with full confidence that I’ve had a blast playing Days Gone. Whether it’s the main storyline, coming up with plans to get rid of hordes, or even the endless hours that one can put into exploring, this game offers diverse elements for all players to enjoy.
Although I enjoyed the plot, horror elements, and game mechanics of Goosebumps: Dead of Night!, there were various elements that lowered my enjoyment of the game. Having to restart my game or deal with lengthy pauses disturbed my enjoyment of the game, which is quite disappointing because of how much I love the Goosebumps franchise. However, the horror and game graphics were enough to keep me playing the game. I’ll surely go back and play in the future, especially with the great sense of nostalgia that it brought me.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds turned out to be a major letdown. There was a lot of outcry over WWE 2K20 because of the multiple glitches and the fact that the game felt unfinished. There was hope that WWE 2K Battlegrounds would be a new addition to the series that would add something novel but it was just a step in the wrong direction.