Another backlog game completed and I was pleasantly surprised. South Park: The Stick of Truth is one of those RPGs that does not focuses on deep leveling or specialization customization, but rather wants to tell you a story, a specific South Park story that is.Continue reading
Divinity: Original Sin (or D:OS for short) was one of those RPGs that got praises everywhere. It had a very successful Kickstarter campaign and according to many it over delivered. Back in those days I was busy with other games, but I did scoop it up when it was on a Steam Summer Sale (remember those?).
A few years ago I had some space between games and gave D:OS a try, but it somehow never clicked. Since I had plenty of other games to play I just added it to my backlog and continued with other games. Now with us all being at home and me racing through my backlog as if I’m trying to make it to the bathroom, I saw this game popping up again.Continue reading
I have a confession to make. I have never played Half-Life 2 and its episodes 1 and 2. Don’t get me wrong, I have been a big fan of part 1 and all the mods that were released and even though I have bought the games ages ago, I have never played them. That was until Half-Life Alyx got announced.Continue reading
Apparently Darth Vader wasn’t sitting still between the episodes 3 and 4. This time you can follow him very very close in the virtual reality (VR) experience Vader Immortal, episodes 1, 2 and 3.Continue reading
Having been disappointed by many Star Wars games in recent years, I was very hesitant to buy Star wars: Jedi Fallen Order. So with the holidays upon us and having some time off, I saw that the game was available through EA Origin Access Premier (wow, that’s a mouth full) for only 15 bucks a month. Got myself a subscription and immediately cancelled it, knowing that I’d probably never play the game again after one play through. After a hefty installation of over 60 GB I got playing and…Continue reading
Last night I finished the 3rd Batman game in the Arkham series, Batman: Arkham Origins. Though people might not see it as part of the series – the series being Asylum, City and Knight – playing this Batman felt exactly like the others and the origin story fits in nicely with the two previous ones.Continue reading
Ever wondered what happened after Doc. Brown went away in Back to the Future – Part III? Well apparently I had a game in my backlog called Back to the Future: The Game by Telltale Games which does exactly that. It picks up after Part III and continues the adventures of Marty and Doc.Continue reading