Vampyr: Skills, Kills and Conscience (Mild Spoilers)

Vampyr by Dontnod is an intriguing RPG action game. You play as Dr. Jonathan Reid, an expert in blood transfusion techniques, who, ironically, is turned into a vampire, or, rather, an Ekon, upon his return from the frontlines of the First World War. Set on investigating a strange epidemic similar to the Spanish Flu, he … Continue reading Vampyr: Skills, Kills and Conscience (Mild Spoilers)

The Council, Episode One: The Mad Ones

The Council, a narrative adventure, released its first episode "The Mad Ones" on March 13th and while The Council promises to become an enjoyable game overall, it was not love at first sight. This episode had to grow on me a bit, but I have just finished my third playthrough, which was actually a lot … Continue reading The Council, Episode One: The Mad Ones

Ambush! Betrayal! Combat! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act I)

I played Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor with great gusto, mainly thanks to the excellent and highly addictive Nemesis System that made each encounter intensely personal and competitive. A Troubled Pact For those who haven't played Shadow of Mordor, here's a short recap. Hero of the game is Talion, a ranger from Gondor, who is stationed … Continue reading Ambush! Betrayal! Combat! (Middle-Earth: Shadow of War – Act I)

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