Dishonored: Death of the Outsider or To die or not to die

The games I start playing and then end up finishing in more or less one really, really long session are rare. The driving factor usually is curiosity. I simply want to find out what happens next. Not necessarily because the story is so gripping, or emotional, as was most recently the case with Hellblade-Senua’s Sacrifice. … More Dishonored: Death of the Outsider or To die or not to die

Hellblade- Senua’s Sacrifice – A Journey Through Hell

I was very excited when I first heard about Hellblade-Senua’s Sacrifice by Ninja Theory. I was intrigued by the idea, by the setting and so I waited, patiently, until the game was finally released on 8th of August. The concept and story In the beginning, we know very little of Senua. She is a celtic … More Hellblade- Senua’s Sacrifice – A Journey Through Hell

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 – Average, annoying and at times quite brillant

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 has to be the most bug-ridden game I’ve played since Assassin’s Creed Unity. I didn’t count the number of times the frame froze or the game simply crashed, but there were a lot of those moments at the most inopportune of times. I still finished it and here is why. An … More Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 – Average, annoying and at times quite brillant

Are reboots a good thing? With Mirror’s Edge the answer is yes and no

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, which was published in 2016, is the first reboot I have played where I have also played the original, Mirror’s Edge (2008). Now, while the reboot of TV-franchises and movies over in Hollywood may suggest otherwise, reboots are not a new phenomenon. Usually, reboots serve one specific purpose: to cater to an … More Are reboots a good thing? With Mirror’s Edge the answer is yes and no