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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy might not have been what I expected and my 5 hours and 31 minutes was, surely I won't over exaggerate, decent. It wasn't great, it wasn't phenomenal, and it wasn't the best either but it's a solid and decent cinematic experience for its price.
LawBreakers is highly competitive and that's what makes it fun and unique. However, it wards off casual players who are interested to play it. While Overwatch's vibrant colors give that casual feel, LawBreakers is a gloomy and a serious game that appeals to hardcore and competitive players. If Boss Key fixes the overall performance of the game and add more interesting game modes (not another Uplink/Overcharge) then probably I'll play LawBreakers a few more years before I decide to move on.
Overall, Injustice 2 improves in nearly every aspect of its predecessor and is packed with so many things to do offline that it would probably take awhile for you to have an itch to go online. It has a very memorable story and it takes real skill to get the hang of this game. This game is enough to satisfy my fighting game needs for the rest of the year and it should probably be the same for almost everyone else.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is a true gem and is a game worth getting by today's generation. A game that has evolved along with us from the very beginning. A game that gives me hope that other old treasures will one day get the same remaster treatment.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age allows me to experience the world of Ivalice all over again and it felt fresh and exciting at the same time. It brought back the sense of nostalgia while not making it feel redundant overall. It has proven that it was and still is a huge leap forward in the RPG genre. The game fills me up with the sense of adventure just like it did before. So don't be afraid if you hated it at first. The 2nd try could be the charm you need to create your ultimate automative RPG instant kill squad.
Yonder is a game filled with possibilities and quests. Its refreshing approach to the open world genre is a fun way to take a breather from those action-filled games. Farming and building your character to be a great cook, carpenter, fisherman and even a tailor has never been this fun. If only they can add enemies and combat to make my exploration more fun. I spent 8 hours playing yonder but there are a lot of quest that I still need to finish. Overall this game delivers what it wants to be. Given that this game was only created by 3 people, I was amazed how they pulled this off. This may not be for everyone but I'm sure this will be a hit.
Prey draws you in and gives you the weight of responsibilities that whatever the outcome is, they're yours to bear. So whether you retain your humanity, cast it aside to decimate your demons or maximize the two forces together, its all up to you. After many alluring hours in playing this game, the hardest thing I've ever done was deploy a turret in outer space and set it in a position to fire against the enemies in space. So be prepared, cause Prey takes being cautious to a whole new level in gaming.
Although I do appreciate that we get more airtime with the Guardians and experience their relationship with each other firsthand, I just felt I was being deprived of the action. I wanted more space fights, I wanted more action sequences. I wanted to see all of the Guardians in action. I wanted to see the chain of command jumping off from one Guardian to another. I didn't really get to experience that here. It was too far and few in between. The game needs to step it up and I hope that they can improve next episode.
The game is well put altogether. It has its moments when it gets mundane since you are doing the same action all throughout the levels. But along the way, bright crisp colors, lively characters, the uncanny way LocoRoco fluidly morphs to landscapes and the charming music makes players just play without any commitments and with no pressure on the story line.
Andromeda is vast, immersive and just fun to play and get lost in. There will be a lot of things you can do in each planet and making them a viable place to live for everyone is actually pretty fun. You can even just spend time flirting with your crew or some NPC's hoping to get some romance whether it be with humans or aliens. Whether it's for fun or just plain serious will be up to your discretion. So try it out and get a taste of what an intergalactic adventure would be like.
If you enjoy dark, metaphorical games with Tim Burton-esque aesthetics then ultimately this game is right up your alley. It's a game that stays with you forever, leaving you and your friends a lot of arguments on what the game is really trying to tell us.
This is a game that's pretty much wild from the get-go, it's fun and does well enough to bring out a sadistic aspect in you or if you're a masochist you could always imagine yourself as the enemy as you find new ways to slaughter them. So if you're the type that likes going in ready to annihilate your enemies in a grisly manner, then this game is for you. Although the price may have you thinking otherwise.
Overall, Horizon Zero Dawn made me a believer in new and innovative games. It doesn't mean that a game is new that it cannot be something high-caliber. And Horizon Zero Dawn proved this to me. Playstation and its first-party games have never failed to deliver a blockbuster experience, and Horizon Zero Dawn is up there on that list.
Whether it be facing off against society, making a name for yourself, living the life of a super powered thief or just enjoying highschool in Tokyo, Persona 5 will have you spending all your time doing all that and more in the most stylish way possible. You can even make a harem here for those of you who've always wanted one. This a game that will really tempt you to play the new game plus and doing everything all over again if you wanted to.
Gamers on a budget can pick up the base game for Infinite Warfare at a reduced cost, however Modern Warfare Remastered is not included. Infinite Warfare is far from groundbreaking, however it's unequivocally a marked improvement from prior games. There's certainly more than enough content, it's just a matter of how familiar it feels to you.
Guardians of the Galaxy is on to a good start and I love how they follow a story that we've never seen before. I cannot wait to see what happens from here on out and hope that we're in for a wild ride. Telltale is definitely on fire.