Well, hello there my genetically engineered psychopaths!
I am on a high, I am currently midway through a professional difficulty run through of last Octobers Hitman release, Absolution.
Absolution marks the 5th in game outing for Agent 47, and his shiny assed .45 silverballers. And this time it’s personal. In the beginning, 47 finds his mark, his former handler Diana Burnwood… (I’m sure you’ve all heard all the bad puns about guys letting her burn their wood so I’m not even going to descend to them) and then it’s on in a way that is reminiscent of Donkey Kong. 47 goes rogue and finds himself hunted… and the story just gets meatier and more awesome from there. IO Interactive have really gone to town with this game, the performance capturing of the cast leads to a richness of animated movement that is truly astounding. Read the rest of this entry
Well, hello there once again fellow vidya enthusiasts!
I am currently a very annoyed reviewer. Very annoyed indeed. See I like snipers. They’re probably the most skilled of the soldiering elite. They get the job done with minimal fuss and minimal messing about and then they’re gone…
So why, oh why, are we lumbered with utterly crap games like Sniper Ghost Warrior 2? Why? In the name of all the gibs and bits this game should have had can someone tell me why City Interactive games insist on making a piss poor sniper game… AGAIN!? Read the rest of this entry
Well, Hello once again my fellow gamers!
You catch me in the midst of a funeral, for that I apologise. Just allow me to lay to rest a very good friend of mine, the last great FPS protagonist… The Master Chief. *Kicks Master Chief’s corpse into a hole, drops a handful of dirt and wanders off as vultures circle over head*
Right, now that that’s done let’s get on with what I thought of Halo 4 shall we? Actually there really isn’t any point is there. I just buried the protagonist. Which in my opinion is what Microsoft Game Studios should’ve done to this entire franchise after ODST. Read the rest of this entry