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If you date someone who has ever laid their hands on an Xbox or PS4, you have probably heard relentless promises about Red Dead Redemption 2. If you’re me, you’ve watched countless YouTube videos about it as well (including a creepy German guy with hunting knives and white gloves whose channel is dedicated to the opening of video game boxes). Before the 26th of October arrived, I had never thought I would spend my free time watching someone play PS4, but Rockstar Games made this possible. After all, the joys of cohabiting are many, and this postmodern relationship arrangement also includes diving into a game’s narrative without even knowing where L3 is.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy came out back in 2017. I know that's not that long ago but in video game years 3 years is an eternity. I first bought this game when it went on sale I think back in 2018 and was looking forward to playing it.
Pokemon Sword and Shield have been out for a few months ago and Nintendo Direct has recently announced expansion passes. The choice to not include all pokemon in proved to be contraversial but it's not impacted the success of pokemon as a franchise. With the expansions announced, people are hoping that they're favourite pokemon are going to be included in the new games. I recently wrote an article about five things I love and hate about Pokemon Let's Go and I thought it would be perfect to write one for Sword and Shield as well. These are all my personal opinion and inspired by my perferences.
I’ve played Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee for about a year now. It’s good to be back in Kanto again. I really like the game, but there’s some things I really love and some things I really don’t like so I decided to list them. These are all my personal opinion. I’ll start with the dislike then I’ll go with something I liked.
Original and immense "ENT" Destiny. Creating a unique universe, the scriptwriters went all out and prescribed a long, rich history of the local world. It seems that the fans of Homer worked on it - the events here are hardly inferior in epic to the Iliad and Odyssey.
Before I write any further, let's establish some vital ground rules:
So, Fortnite did something most of us never thought possible yesterday. That's right, they actually pulled the plug on the game, and left 250,000,000 players stranded and isolated, with only a scalp to scratch and a bucket to cry into for grievance sake. Well, I mean, I didn't need the bucket. In fact, I bloody hate Fortnite. So, I just sort of laughed when I heard the news.
It is this sentimental value of iconic characters that developers bank on when they create themed games. By bringing these legendary figures back to life, game developers make a killing because people can’t resist an opportunity to play with their once favourite characters.
One of the biggest reasons why we all play videos games is for the sense of escapism, getting out of that nine to five mindset and letting go from all our trials and tribulations of modern-day life. And one of the best ways to do that is to totally immerse yourself in a world that is completely different to the one you currently inhabit. So what are the best games that are set in places that are far away from our current rural, suburban, or metropolitan areas?
What is there to do in Dank Cave?