Just when you thought life couldn’t get any worse for one Sebastian Castellanos, Tango Gameworks managed to make a sequel out of his struggles. This is a good one, and it definitely brings some new changes to the series. How does it compare to the first one? Let’s talk it out.
It looks like this is the year of stand alone expansions to established series, with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy releasing back in August, and now Dishonored: Death of Outsider finally releasing. In what seems to be the most heavily marketed Dishonored entry (at least in my opinion), we get the conclusion to this universe of Dishonored. “How does it fare?”, you ask. Well let’s get right into it.
Sloclap’s Absolver is definitely one of the more unique games of 2017, and also, one of the more unheard of. While they market this game pretty hard, I wouldn’t be surprised if you started reading this and asked me what the heck is this about. Well fellow readers, let’s get right into my impression on Absolver.
Who knew that after bringing us to the future, Sledgehammer Games would be the one’s bringing us to the past? The private beta was scheduled for August 25th, but after a surprise ambush by Sledgehammer Games, it looks like we’re diving into Call of Duty World War 2‘s private beta one day ahead of it’s scheduled release. How does this year’s iteration hold up? This is a beta, but I’m not holding back!
When I finished my play through of Uncharted 4, I really thought to myself, “Is this the end?”. After 9 years, was Naughty Dog ready to give Nathan Drake a break from it all? Well, they’ve brought Uncharted back, but with a “new” set of characters at the forefront.
If you’re anything like me, then you didn’t even know this game was coming out August 15th (August 18 in Europe). Volition formally announced this game on June 6, 2016, but I just feel like it’s flown under the radar for the past year and some change. Let’s get right into it!