Low Expectations – I played God of War (2018) and Uncharted 4 (2016)

I actually bought Uncharted 1-3 for the PS3 back in 2015, but I disliked the arcade-style shooting in the first game and didn't play the other two games. But, being a fan of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us and having heard only good things about the studio's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2016), I … Continue reading Low Expectations – I played God of War (2018) and Uncharted 4 (2016)

The Last Of Us Part II is charming, upsetting, terrifying and annoying (MAJOR SPOILERS)

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)

HITMAN 2 Expansion – Golden Handshake (New York Bank Heist)

The Golden Handshake is part of the Expansion pack and one of my favorite maps in HITMAN 2. There are so many possibilities of achieving your objectives! Speaking of: Your task as 47 is to eliminate Providence agent and director of the New York branch of the Milton-Fitzpatrick bank, Athena Savalas, and retrieve data crucial … Continue reading HITMAN 2 Expansion – Golden Handshake (New York Bank Heist)

A Look Back at 2018: Games, Goals and Changes

It is the last day of the year and I have decided to sit down and look back on the past twelve months of whatchaa.com. As you would, right? First, though, I wish to thank all of you who have stopped by over the past months, for reviews as well as playthroughs, tips and hints … Continue reading A Look Back at 2018: Games, Goals and Changes

Middle-earth: Shadow of War – Desolation of Mordor-DLC (SPOILERS)

The thing about story-DLCs is that I really expect them to bring something new to the gameplay. That was true for Middle-earth: Shadow of War's first story-DLC, Blade of Galadriel, which let us play the elven assassin Eltariel and use her awesome light powers. It is also true of the second story-DLC, Desolation of Mordor. … Continue reading Middle-earth: Shadow of War – Desolation of Mordor-DLC (SPOILERS)

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!

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

My First Foray into Virtual Reality (PSVR)

I am, actually, one of those people who don't quite understand the 3D-movie-hype. Because, you need to understand that, instead of experiencing awesome effects, all I see are colorful yet blurry lines. And, therefore, even though I thought the idea of taking on Virtual Reality on my PS4 fascinating, I was reluctant to try it. … Continue reading My First Foray into Virtual Reality (PSVR)

SNIPER ELITE III and SNIPER ELITE 4 – Ranking the Campaign Missions

So, two weeks ago, I accidentally deleted my SNIPER ELITE 4-profile. It happens. To me, anyway. Unfortunately, I had no backup save, which meant everything was gone. My XP points, my rank, my carefully and lovingly upgraded arsenal... poof! Frustrating, right? But, as a matter of fact, once you've mastered the game, starting from scratch … Continue reading SNIPER ELITE III and SNIPER ELITE 4 – Ranking the Campaign Missions

Rings! Wraiths! Revenge! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act III)

Be warned, there will be HUGE SPOILERS! Don't read this post unless you want to spoil yourself and/or if you need tips on how to effectively fight the Witch King of Angmar and Sauron. I KNEW IT! I F*ING KNEW IT! (Takes a deep breath) So, from the very start of the game I expected … Continue reading Rings! Wraiths! Revenge! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act III)

Armies! Battles! Conquest! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act II)

The journey of the Gravewalker, aka the undead half human, half elf creature that were once Talion the Ranger and Celebrimbor the Ringmaker continues. While Act I served as Prologue of the game, in its second Act Middle-Earth: Shadow of War returns to the old fun and games that is forging an army out of … Continue reading Armies! Battles! Conquest! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act II)

I need some (female) friends on PSN

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

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. … Continue reading Dishonored: Death of the Outsider or To die or not to die