Payback introduces both marked improvements and missteps in its overall narrative. In the shift from the live action first person cutscenes of Need for Speed 2015, Payback improves the flow of its story. The problem is that while it is … Continue reading Need for Speed Payback // Review Need For Speed Payback moves in a fairly positive direction, with some unique and interesting ideas. Unfortunately, some of these ideas backfire.
Licensed games for Formula 1 are highly dependent on the Formula itself. This year, the cars have intentionally been made more extreme, and this is reflected in the game. Another factor that these games encounter is, despite being based on … Continue reading F1 2017 – PS4 Does the formula still fit?
With admittedly hundreds of hours logged in the original, I tried out the beta test for Bungie’s latest outing, Destiny 2 last weekend. It’s an interesting subject because there are a number of different angles in which the Beta has … Continue reading Destiny 2 Beta – review
Ubisoft had one of the more popular showings of this year’s E3, as they sought to pair old series with new ideas. Opening the presentation with a guest appearance from Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto, first up was a cover-based real-time … Continue reading E3: Ubisoft press conference