Review:Totally Accurate Battle Simulator

Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is an excellent piece of software, it’s not, however, a very good game, with repetitive gameplay loops, lack of multiplayer, and tedious campaigns, and the sandbox mode, which is the real star, shines brightly, and burns out quickly.

Rock, Paper Scissors.

Every unit type is countered by a different unit and advancing through the simple campaign, and adventure modes require finding the right combination of units while keeping within the restrictive points allocated.

This was the … Read Full Article “Review:Totally Accurate Battle Simulator”

Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

How is Destiny 2 Doing?

Destiny 2 has survived the foretold death predicted by every whinging Reddit crybaby, steam forum prophet of doom, the dishonest game journalists and Youtube clickbaiter to become one of the most popular games on Steam and one of the most played shooters in the world.

The road has been long and at times challenging, and its been full of pitfalls, but Destiny 2 grown all the stronger for those challenges, that being said there are still mountains to climb.

What

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Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Keep the Kids Semi-Entertained – Banjo-Kazooie

Banjo-Kazooie, known more for its meme than being an actual franchise, Banjo & Kazooie truly are a second rate video game duo, a fact admitted by the characters during the third game in the series.

Mechanically the games are sound for their time, yet despite their quality come off as rip-offs of Crash Bandicoot, Super Mario, and Sonic the hedgehog.

I personally like to think the similarities were a parody by Rare, who are known for excellent mechanical quality, stunning … Read Full Article “Keep the Kids Semi-Entertained – Banjo-Kazooie”

Platforms: XBox One

Review: Bleeding Edge – The next “Sea of Thieves”.

Huh, Why Sea of Thieves?

Sea of Thieves had a rough few months/the first year it was a niche title that few people spoke of, less played and overall it looked to be an idea that would die before it fulfilled its potential, then after a few substantial updates during the first 12 months the spark finally set the house ablaze, and Sea of Thieves turned into the powerhouse we have today, a game played by millions.

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Platforms: PC XBox One

Review: American Fugitive

One of the only games that allows you to mug a fat man for his pants, put on said pants, and they magically fit you like a glove.

American Fugitive is a light-hearted romp through the “Good Guy, Bad Boy” trope made famous by the likes of Dukes of Hazard, Grand Theft Auto, Fast and Furious, Need for Speed and many other ripoffs of these franchises.

How does it Feel?

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Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Review: Call of Duty Warzone – Hail to the King Baby.

Fortnite remains king, Apex Legends has serious competition, PlayerUnknown Battleground may finally leave the top 3, and Call of Duty Blackout has been slain, it has been an eventful week for the Battle Royale genre!

How is it?

Warzomn has taken all that made Blackout good and ramped it up to 200% with a massive map that merges the aesthetic of PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds and Traditional call of duty maps, everyone you turn you are hit by a wave of nostalgia, … Read Full Article “Review: Call of Duty Warzone – Hail to the King Baby.”

Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

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