Nothing much, just a talent-less hack who reviews games. Maybe throw in some movie discussions too.
The first time I saw TLOU2's trailer back in 2016, I've thought to myself "wait, didn't the original wrap its story up nicely?". Because there was never any inclination that this game needed a sequel. It ended perfectly. Thus, we now reach a reach an issue where the new sequel finally ruins what the original has done, by undermining most of its characters, adding excess of violence without any proper reciprocation to its themes and messages.
Publisher: Sega Developer: Ryu Ga Gotoku Platform: PS4 Genre: Action RPG Release Date: October 2nd 2018 A Yakuza game taking place in the apocalypse where you play as a character skilled in mysterious and deadly martial arts enough to take armies of thousands in a bid against time to save your lover? Well count me in because Lost Paradise pretty delivers in full cylinders. Fist of the North Star is the spin-off you never thought you'd want to play, but you should.
Publisher: ZA/UM Developer: ZA/UM Genre: Role-Playing Platform: PC T'was my friend, Kabir who suggested me to check this game and now am chirky about it. There aren't many games out there that takes the risk of being a highly multi-faceted RPG/Exploration game and presents itself to be really unique in comparison of others. Disco Elysium adds so much to its compendium of stories that it never wants to let you go, all while the horrors of existential crisis feast upon your main character's ethos.
Publisher: Microsoft Xbox Studios Developer: The Coalition, Splash Damage Platform: PC, XB1(soon) Genre: Turn-based Tactical
Publisher: Square Enix Developer: Square Enix First Development Division Platform: PS4 Genre: Action RPG So after what seems to be nearly 4 years, another Final Fantasy game is finally released. And, it's not another new installment of the franchise, no it's a remake of the classic crème de la crème of JRPGs, Final Fantasy 7.
Publisher: Xbox Games Studios Developer: Moon Studios Platform: Xbox One, PC Genre: Metroidvanian side-scroller I finally managed to resubscribe for Game Pass, in anticipation for the sequel to one of the best Indie games of 2015. Am glad to say I am not disappointed, it has excelled at being a better platformer while being much more streamlined with its mechanics.
Publisher: Xseed, Cygames Developer: Arc System Works, Cygames Platform: PS4, PC Genre: 2.5D Fighting game Preface: I played this game at a friend's place, so some of the footage you see is borrowed and aren't many. I played the game long enough to gather information needed for this review