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Game review: Patapon 2 Remastered
The player is a ‘god’ that gets to control a tribe of little beings called Patapons. In this second game, the Patapons are attacked by a huge Kraken and find themselves stranded on a strange new land.
Game review: Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
espite the name of the game being called Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the game actually allows you to play as more characters than just Goku/Kakarot.
Game review: Star Ocean: First Departure R
Since the original game was released back in the ‘90s, Star Ocean: Departure R is a very old-school style of JRPG. If you are into more modern RPGs, you may not like playing this game at all.
Game review: Shenmue III is a nice surprise
Shenmue III would not have come out if it wasn’t for a successful Kickstarter campaign that launched during E3 2015. Four years later, the game is finally out but does it live up to the hype?
Game review: Call of Duty - Modern Warfare
Fans of the franchise will still love this year’s iteration. The campaign is short, but it’s enjoyable while the multiplayer and spec-ops modes are fun too.
Game review: Hideo Kojima presents Death Stranding
Death Stranding is a fun and unique game if you want to play something new and different. If you want all-out action, you may want to go out and play something else instead. It’s best to research the game as much as you can before you decide to buy it though.
Game review: WWE 2K20 loses by pinfall
WE 2K20 just feels like a major step back for the series and it’s not making me a happy fan.
Game review: MediEvil remake releases on PS4
This remake on PS4 is just as enjoyable as the original and will prove to be a tough challenge for new players.
Seeing all the games at Auckland Armageddon Expo 2019
his year was headlined by both PlayStation and Nintendo bringing with them their best new and upcoming video games.
Game review: ReadySet Heroes disappoints
"It's sad for me to report that this game's online community is nonexistent even during its launch month. I was literally unable to find anyone to play with or against online.
Game review: Painting art in Concrete Genie
Your goal at the beginning of the game is very simple because Ash has to literally light up the drab parts of town using his magical paint brush.
Game review: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
This game is meant to be played with teammates as you’ll struggle a lot if you decide to play it all by yourself.
Game review: Code Vein
Even though Code Vein is a hard game, the one thing I like most about it is that you can have an A.I. partner. Having a partner to help you kill off enemies is really helpful.
Game review: Revisiting Final Fantasy VIII
This remaster mainly improves the blocky PSOne style graphics, and it adds cheats to make the game easier for new players.
Game review: Gears 5 features a lot of fun action
The story campaign is arguably the best of the series and it’s the longest of the franchise too.
Game review: Erica gets released on PS4
Erica starts off in a scary manner because one of the first things that happen in the game is the death of her father. The main goal of the game is to find out who shot her father and why. As you progress further into the game, you also find out what happened to her mother too.
Game review - The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan
Sure you can try to save every character, although many of them can die early on too if you’re not good enough!
Game review: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled races on all major platforms
The graphical differences are stunning because every character model has been redone and the levels look far better than they ever did on the humble PSone console.
Game review: Mortal Kombat 11 packs a powerful punch
Mortal Kombat 11 feels much smoother and more responsive than every other MK video game I’ve ever played. I found it easier to execute combos and the overall fighting mechanics felt great. Not to mention it is fun to see the gory action of the Fatalities when you do them correctly.
Game review: Zombies roam the Earth in Days Gone
Unlike other post apocalyptic games like the Fallout series, the game actually looks pretty for the most part. You will see a lot of wildlife and vegetation blooming while the south end of the game is all cold and snowy.
Hands-on review: Playing music with Sphero’s Specdrums
Sphero has released this year a new device calling it the ‘Specdrums’. Sphero as a company wanted to branch outside of making Star Wars droids and this gadget is what the company came up with.
Game review: MLB The Show 19 hits a home run
MLB The Show 19 is by far the best looking game in the entire series. Not only do the graphics look good, but developer Sony San Diego has made the animations look more fluid and smoother than they have ever been.
Game review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a punishing experience
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a very hard game, but it’s really rewarding and satisfying once you understand the core mechanics. Just make sure to be patient because blindly hacking and slashing won’t get you very far!
Game review: Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Ubisoft has listened to all of the fan feedback and I can proudly say that Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is a much better experience over the first game.