I’ve been a little bad at writing reviews for the games I’ve completed. I did write a review for Shadow of the Colossus last week and I though I would continue by talking about Biomutant, a post apocalyptic open world game, today.Continue reading “Biomutant – A Video Game Review.”
Back in June, I posted two polls asking readers of this blog to decided which two games I would play, after Biomutant, of which Shadow of the Colossus was one of the games chosen. At the weekend, I completed the game and I’m starting to think you guys just want to emotionally torture me. My emotionally suffering aside, I did enjoy my experience with the game and I thought I would share my thoughts on it with you today.Continue reading “Shadow of the Colossus – A Video Game Review.”
Child, tuck yourself in bed
And let me tell a story
Of Lemuria, a long lost kingdom
And a girl born for glory.
I’ll be the first to admit that I did terribly at reviewing the games I played last year; so this year I’m going to try and review at least one game a month. January has been a great month of gaming for me but today, I am going to take a look at one of the first games I finished in 2021, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.Continue reading “Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor – A Video Game Review.”
Its been a while since I’ve written a video game review. Despite my promsie that I would review the games I complete this year, I have eight games now to review. So, let’s try and get back on track by reviewing the game I finished back in Feburary, Touch My Katamari.Continue reading “Touch My Katamari: A Video Game Review.”
Well, I finished my first game of 2020, Pokemon Sword! This game certainly caused a commotion amongst fans of the Pokemon series but what did think of the game, after the credits rolled?Continue reading “Pokemon Sword: A Video Game Review.”
I’ve been trying to write this review for quite a while now…
It has been a while since I reviewed a game, so let’s pick up where I left off and review Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, the fourth game in the Assassin’s Creed series and the final game in the Ezio trilogy.
The third game in the Assassin’s Creed series and already the series has seen some ups and downs. With the success of Assassin’s Creed II, Ubisioft decided to continue Ezio’s story, but will this turn out to be a wise move?
Assassin’s Creed II has a lot of pressure to not only live up to the expectation for the series but to surpass the original game. The original Assassin’s Creed had potential but it was bogged down by repetitive gameplay and a stilted plot. So the question is, did Assassin’s Creed II learn any lessons from the past?