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While it does not bog down into the extreme levels of crafting and micromanagement that some racing Sims do; the game knows who its core audience is and presents a solid new entry in the series which should keep fans happy as will the likely abundance of upgrades coming in the future.
There are some minor annoyances and glitches like not being able to adjust your difficulty level new game and some frustratingly precise stealth and moments in the game that required repeat efforts. That being said, Aliens: Dark Descent is a very enjoyable game from start to finish that captures the best of the Alien franchise and provides plenty of challenges along the way.
If you're looking for some solid FPS action then Trepang2 is a great option, especially for players who like the game that hits the ground running and puts the focus on the action rather than the extended narrative as much of the story is told over the course of missions rather through drawn-out cut scenes
While it is been popular some players and local community boards have been vocal about criticism for the game which I believe has varied from nitpicking to valid but I can honestly say I enjoyed this game significantly more than Diablo 3 and for me, Diablo IV is one of the best releases of the year and has been an enjoyable gaming experience throughout despite some frustrations along the way.
There is the framework of a decent game buried in the mix but Redfall is going to require some serious TLC in the form of patches and updates to get it to where the developers and gamers had hoped for it to be. As it stands now, it is an interesting idea that fails to connect both goals and expectations.
Despite my navigation and tool manipulation issues which were infrequent, the game is lots of fun and is a very engaging and deeply immersive Star Wars adventure that is not to be missed and without a doubt is a must-own title for any PSVR2 Owner.
The graphics and sounds in the game are sharp and immersive and the game does a good job of setting a chilling atmosphere and engaging players. My only regret was not having a multiplayer option and that at times some of the later stages became a bit frustrating trying to shoot and reload when enemies kept coming but in the end, the game delivered and I highly recommend it to any horror fan and the game actually worked well when we had guests over as the family enjoyed taking a turn or watching the mayhem.
If you are looking for a Real-time strategy game that checks all the boxes, then Company of Heroes 3 deserves a look. The Italy campaign is roughly 20-30 hours’ worth of gameplay along with another 6 or so hours playing through the Africa campaign. While it may not be the grand strategy game in the likes of the Total War and Hearts of Iron series, it’s still an approachable and fun game in its own right.
The mix of creatures is as deadly and menacing as ever and there are multiple skill levels including a story mode where players can experience the game without the frequent deaths the game is famous for. There are already rumors that Dead Space 2 is next in line for an upgrade and while I would welcome this, I would love to see a fourth chapter in the main series as it would be nice to have a new release every few years to carry the franchise forward.
The game is fun to play but does have graphics that are on the dated side but that is quickly overlooked during the fun as taking down the ghosts is always a fun experience. The biggest issue that I had was a lack of maps as after a few hours of play the game does seem a bit redundant and my upgrades really did not impact my gameplay greatly. The storyline seemed short and ended rather abruptly so hopefully more will be coming in a future update.