It has been 11 years since the last numbered Devil May Cry game released, and many fans of the series dreaded that this might be the end of the series if something didn't happen soon. So just when all hope was lost we got the news that not only was there a DMC game in development, but it was a Hideaki Itsuno directed game with Capcom Dev Studio 1 behind him. So for fans of the series you already know what this means but for newcomers of the series let me put it simple, this is good news.
Having a week to review Fallout 76 is an amazing experience. Having just one huge game to focus on for the entire week is a luxury when you are used to having to juggle between multiple reviews at the same time. And having to review this game weeks after it initially release, with all the negative words and critics which has plagiarized the Fallout 76 name since it released it also gave me an entirely new feeling when i first started this review journey. Because reviewing Fallout 76 has been just that, a journey. Both good and bad..
My Time at Portia finally makes it triumphant release onto consoles and I got the exciting job with reviewing the Xbox One version of the game. The only problem with that is when I finally felt I had enough info about the game something new popped up and another 10+ hours was gone. This game is an incredible involving time-sink and it is all positive.
“Bard's Gold is a 2D Retro slow-paced platform-er with light RPG elements, where the player has to find the key within the level and get to the door in order to progress through the game.” This is the first information you get when you check out Pixel Lantern’s homepage. Pixel Lantern is a small, independent game development studio founded by a husband & wife duo based in Essen/Germany.
When Rage released back in 2011 a lot of people were excited to see id Software bringing out a new shooter IP. But unfortunately it released to lackluster reviews and years passed until we would see new signs of life for Rage. But Rage 2 has not only been announced, hyped and pushed but it is in everyone's hands as I write this review. So if you haven’t made up your mind if you should purchase Rage 2 yet then maybe this review will help your decision.
Claybook is a refreshing game which is somewhat hard to put into a category but if i was forced to choose one I think I would have to put it between casual and puzzle/strategy. Basically it is a game where you play as a boy who controls a blob of clay and you solve different puzzles which are played out in a storybook fashion and unlock stars judging on how well you do. The stars unlock new levels with new challenges
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