Life is Strange or Erase and Rewind

With 2018 just having begun, I was mad enough to start playing three games at the same time, and one of them was Life is Strange, which I finished just yesterday. Life is Strange is an episodic adventure game developed by DontNod Entertainment and published by Square Enix. DontNod will be releasing Vampyr this year, … Continue reading Life is Strange or Erase and Rewind

This year just started and already I did something really stupid

Guys, remember my Merry Christmas-post, where I outlined all the games I was looking forward to in 2018 plus the games I wanted to catch up on on my PS3? There were really a lot, right? Well, guess what? I did a really stupid thing and started playing three games at once (Aaaaah!!) and bought … Continue reading This year just started and already I did something really stupid

Fly Like An Eagle – Eagle Flight VR

Welcome to 2018, guys! Here's to it becoming a wonderful and successful year for every one of us! Now, while downloading Life is Strange and nursing my hangover, I decided to write that review of Eagle Flight VR I promised in the previous post. Admittedly, this is not a complete review, since I have yet … Continue reading Fly Like An Eagle – Eagle Flight VR

Merry Christmas, everyone!

This year was Whatchaa.com's most successful so far and that is thanks to the 3.136 people who visited the site, which is seven times (!) the number of visitors of last year. Also, I now have 25 followers in total, the latest of which just joined today. Thank you so much for sticking with me! … Continue reading Merry Christmas, everyone!

Top 5 holy [insert expletive]-moments in gaming 2017

This post (I published a similar one back in 2015.) focuses on those moments that left me humbled, surprised, embarrassed or simply grinning with absolute delight. 5. Under fire The first time I entered a multiplayer map in SNIPER ELITE III frankly left me doubting my skills. I got maybe two kills with the SMG … Continue reading Top 5 holy [insert expletive]-moments in gaming 2017

Heroes and Villains of 2017

Welcome to the second part of Whatchaa.com's best and worst of 2017 series! Now, I don't think that a game necessarily needs a powerful nemesis for it to be a good game (The Last of Us comes to mind). But if there is a nemesis (and let's face it, in most cases there is that … Continue reading Heroes and Villains of 2017

Thief- Still my favorite stealth game

Thief (the 2014 reboot by Eidos Montreal published by Square Enix) was one of the very first games I played on my PS4 back when I bought the console three years ago a few weeks before Christmas (That's right, the PS4 was my very own Christmas present). I loved it, very much, actually, but didn't … Continue reading Thief- Still my favorite stealth game

Aragami is a beautiful and fascinating stealth game true to its name and nature

Having played a lot of shooters this year (namely SNIPER ELITE III and SNIPER ELITE 4, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Wolfenstein - The New Order and Wolfenstein II - The New Collossus) I found myself craving a change of scenery, which, for me, means stealth. Since I had already finished the badass … Continue reading Aragami is a beautiful and fascinating stealth game true to its name and nature

Wolfenstein II – The New Collossus delivers swashbuckling dialogue and badass combat along with a riveting story

Watching the trailers for Wolfenstein II - The New Colossus, you'd never guess how good this first-person shooter's writers are at storytelling and characterization. They handle the balance between fast-paced action sequences and easy-going dialogue with such brilliant ease that a full-blown homecoming party right after a harrowing shootout feels like real relief and not … Continue reading Wolfenstein II – The New Collossus delivers swashbuckling dialogue and badass combat along with a riveting story

HITMAN: Patient Zero Campaign Mission 4, Patient Zero

Alright, this is the last mission of the campaign and, daring to be bold and on the clock since I actually did this in the early morning before leaving for work, I finished it in a five minute speed-run. I have updated that speed-run since. Agent 47's last target is one Owen Cage, a cultist … Continue reading HITMAN: Patient Zero Campaign Mission 4, Patient Zero