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In my first post detailling Combat and Enemy Classes I wrote that there was so much to talk about, and this is one question that stuck with me the most. What is at the heart of Ghost of Tsushima? The answer is simple. It is about family, which becomes very apparent in the companion quests. … Continue reading Ghost of Tsushima – Companion Quests
A truly great game is a game you will get mad at for different reasons. The most important reason being that it does push you out of your comfort zone, forces you to question your views or even biases. So, yeah, I got mad at The Last Of Us Part II a lot. And mostly … Continue reading The Last Of Us Part II is charming, upsetting, terrifying and annoying (MAJOR SPOILERS)
So, on a whim, I decided to spend my Christmas vacation revisiting the world of Dishonored, one of my favorite franchises to date. Since I have not gotten around to setting up my PS3 in my new place and probably never will, I started with replaying Dishonored 2 for PS4. Read my review here and … Continue reading Dishonored Definitive Edition – A Replay
Looking back on the last three months, there have been a couple of great games that I played, one being the highly-recommended Life is Strange and the other the excellent, super-cute VR adventure Moss. Here's the third. On March 23rd, Hazelight dropped A Way Out, a co-op adventure for two players, that can be played … Continue reading A Way Out is great co-op fun with an engaging, fast-paced story