It’s about time I review my favorite assassin game, Dishonored, specifically, the 2nd one.
I’m not going to delve too much into this review as it is yet another story driven single-player adventure.
Taking place after Dishonored (the first game) you play as either Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano during a coup to take control of Dunwall. Now that you know Emily is actually Corvo’s daughter (you should know if you completed the 1st Dishonored) this story gets to happen. Emily and Corvo are both playable characters, though you can only pick one character for the story. Depending on who you pick, the other character is frozen into a marble statue and the game begins. I’m not going to spoil anything after that, so Im going to list the pros and cons of this game.
- Great combat mechanics!
- Sword and gunplay!
- Dark powers(Mark of the Outsider)!
- Execution animations!
- Semi-open world!
- Skill tree for powers!
- Craftable/lootable bone charms with buffs and handicaps!
- Minor performance issues(mostly fixed as of now).
- Map layout is kinda weird/confusing.
All in all, I highly recommend this game even with glitches and minor performance issues, it’s still amazingly fun.
Metro:Last Light was and always will be my favorite single-player first person shooter.
With a gripping story and constant dangers of suffocating on the surface of a post apocalyptic world, although that is only bits and pieces of the game, it only makes it more challenging and fun. There is not really a main enemy in any of the Metro games om the series.
Chronological order: Metro: 2033, Metro: Last Light, Metro: Exodus (Release date slated 2018)
I”m not going to go into much detail because that would spoil the story, so pros and cons will be listed below
- FPS with survival horror elements!
- Unique gas mask mechanics!
- Objectives are written down on a clip board!
- Awesome weapons with upgrades!
- Unique Mutants
- Military Grade Ammo as currency
- Some Micro-Management skills required
- Guns are a little clunky in my opinion
- Map layout confusing at times.
All in all, its a fun game.
BONUS FACT: based off the book series by Dmitry Glukhovsky
Ahhhhhh, Streets of Rogue, how I love you so! A charming Rogue-Like that will keep you on the edge of your seat in all its randomly generated glory.
Streets of Rogue (being developed by Matt Dabrowski and published by tinyBuild) is a randomly generated Grand Theft Auto-esque game with the freedom to be what you want. Wanna play as Harambe (Gorilla)? How about a soldier? Scientist? Bartender?
Why not make your own custom character? as you play further you can pay chicken nuggets in exchange for traits and items to add to the trait/item pools.
Chicken nuggets are earned by completing floors, leveling up, or completing missions.
It is an amazing game that takes a great concept and puts it into a rogue-lite format.
With a 95% positive overall on steam, its well worth the score.
I highly recommend this game to anyone who likes time wasters or just appreciate good games as a whole.
Ahhhhhhh, Tomb Raider, I grew up on a bunch of the older games. I just played through this game a second time last night and i have to say. I might play it a third time down the road.
- Great story with intriguing characters that never cease to amaze!
- Unique environments with unexpected dangers.
- Tons of collectables, but not too many, if you are an achievement hunter, this game has some pretty cool items to find.
- Amazing story
- Upgradeable weapons with better stats and cosmetic change to match.
- Skill trees with unique skills.
- Characters you can get emotionally attached to.
- Can find objectives with Survival Instinct
- kinda buggy on newer hardware (Completely playable though)
- Weird glitchy third person camera
This game is amazingly fun and i have a blast playing it no matter what.
I highly reccomend this game to anyone that wants a emotional adventure with fast paced action.