Games based on the Vietnam War have generally been way shittier than they should be when you look at the subject matter. This is one of the most culturally-coded and vibrantly (if horrifically) remembered conflicts, that took place during an explosion of new styles in visual and commercial art, popular music, and has within it […]
This bland but vibrantly-colored filler looks and tastes and feels like the real thing, for a little while.Read more "REVIEW: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands"
Just a quick tidbit, since this came up a little in my review of They Shall Not Pass: DICE, the same developer, announced that Star Wars Battlefront 2 isn’t going to have a season pass option at all. For the uninformed, season passes have been A Thing in the last few years that lets you […]
They Shall Not Pass is a lot of fun, it adds a lot of new stuff for the money, and there’s supposedly more free stuff coming monthly, until In the Name of the Tsar comes out in, uh… well, eventually.
There are turians, and krogans, the guns still fold up into goofy little boxes, and everybody’s armor still looks like its from a Power Rangers/Halo crossover fan fiction.
You have never read an objective review that was helpful to you, as a consumer of video games, unless it was a review of a game you knew nothing about. ‘Objective review’ is not review at all, it’s a summation of mechanical parts and how they interact.