So I finished Aragami 2 and I really liked it. There are minor flaws, but the 25 plus hours I sunk into it were definitely worth it! Suffice to say I am already on my second playthrough and have yet to try the multiplayer....
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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
Want a game with lots of action, heart, guts, clever twists and thought-provoking dialogue? Look no further, for Detroit: Become Human is the game for you. See, I have had high hopes for Detroit: Become Human ever since it was announced, but after having played the demo, I was no longer so sure whether or … Continue reading Detroit: Become Human is a bold, emotional and gritty journey that will test your resolve and morality
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
I have just finished Moss and pretty much all I can say is that this VR game is perfect, adorable adventure puzzle fun. Here is why Quill is the most adorable hero of all times and she is a fearless badass too. Every single level is a beautiful piece of art and testimony to the … Continue reading Moss – An Adorable, Perfect VR Adventure (PSVR)
For months now I have been going on about how much I am looking forward to DontNod's upcoming game, Vampyr. It occurs to me only now that I have never quite come around to detailling why that is so. Frankly, at first I was a little skeptical, cause when I came across this intriguing game … Continue reading Vampyr or The Holy (Story) Trinity of Character, Conflict and Choices
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
So, I have been playing Survival missions on Sniper Elite 4 a lot. You know that, if you`re reading my blog. One reason for that is the game itself, of course, but the more important reason is that I have found a load of really cool team mates to play alongside and I really enjoy … Continue reading I need some (female) friends on PSN
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 … Continue reading Are reboots a good thing? With Mirror’s Edge the answer is yes and no
There is something comforting in family as well as in familiarity, though more so in family. In Dishonored, Princess Emily Kaldwin's family is somewhat dysfuncional. Her mother, the Empress Jessamine and de facto ruler, is murdered when she is ten and her father, Jessamine's bodyguard and spymaster Corvo Attano, wanted for killing her. Of course, … Continue reading Dishonored 2: The Joys of High and Low Chaos