I'm a 19 year old that loves pretty much anything in the entertainment industry. Games, books, shows, movies, you name it.
I've been addicted to games ever since my dad introduced me to the original Halo. I'm an FPS junkie, but I can play pretty much everything and still have a good time.
Blast Brawl 2: Bloody Boogaloo is a hard game to review. For the asking price of 15$, there isn’t much here...Some tutorials, a wave mode and a local versus mode. And that’s a real shame, because I had a ‘Blast’ with what there is.
I love the Bioshock series; they are the culmination of both great shooting sections, and strong storytelling. And whether you’re playing as Jack (The original Bioshock), Johnny Topside (Project Delta, Bioshock 2), or Booker Dewitt (Bioshock Infinite), Irrational games delivers on truly immersing you into your role, and the city around you.
King Oddball is a wacky game in which you have to clear out a wave of enemies in order to move from level to level. Now, imagine Angry Birds, except we are substituting birds with rocks, pigs with vehicles, and the catapult with a….tongue. Yes, that is the premise of King Oddball, to hurl giant rocks from high above the enemy, hoping they cannot withstand his almighty weapon.
Tons of Triple A titles, including numerous new IP’s. A new console, which aims to achieve true 4K, while still allowing support for VR. Hololens, which looks to prove that there is a market in Augmented as well as Virtual reality. All of these are coming very soon, and it’s looking to be an exciting year or two if you are an Xbox fan.
A rich gameplay system that isn't easy to newcomers, very intricate customisation options, and tons of mechs to both unlock, and upgrade. These are my favorite parts about Hawken. However, like most games that follow the Free-To-Play model, there is a feeling of lack of content. In fact, with only four game modes, and nine maps, there is a lot left to be desired.
Available now on Xbox, Game Pass and PC - a console-exclusive, mind you - Party Animals sees up to eight online players (local split-screen is also available) face off in a variety of crazy fighting matches.
Bluey: The Videogame is the first ever video game to feature the little pup, as Outright Games and BBC Studios come together for release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Party Animals is, in a word, promising. Whilst the launch version of this incredibly cute and colourful physics-based brawler is missing some key features that will boost replayability, the foundations are there for an excellent foray into the genre.
What starts off as a seemingly impossible challenge quickly becomes one of the best POWGI games for logical thinking. Word Web by POWGI not only ramps the difficulty up, but also the satisfaction of completing a puzzle.
Ad Infinitum is disturbing, confusing and horrific, much like the WWI setting. It tackles some interesting themes and tells a story that is hard to get a handle on. But the gameplay is solid, as are the visuals and brilliant soundtrack.
Overall I enjoyed my time playing HUMANKIND and would recommend it to both strategy game veterans and beginners. It can be extremely enjoyable however it is held back by some bugs and half-baked gameplay mechanics.