The Art of Freerunning and Exotic Fairyland – Prince of Persia Review

Once upon a time, when I was 10 or maybe 11. That was the first time I played Prince of Persia 4 back in 2008.

That time, the video game industry wasn’t as flourished as today’s, but the franchise Prince of Persia held a pretty dense weight. It was the renowned franchise of action video games, could say that nothing competes it in the pure hack and slash world. And Prince of Persia had also inspired the following action games, transformed the whole action genre. Back then, if you ask some game enthusiasts for Prince of Persia, they definitely know the black-haired prince who slashes his way out of all kinds of predicaments. And the famous wall-running was basically every teen boy’s dream move.

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The Linear Design in Dead Space Series

The next Dead Space, has to abandon this design.

A lot of games back in the days have linear design, that’s the thing makes them bad. The problem with a linear designed game, is that players don’t have choices to make other than following what has already been set by the developers.

One particular notorious thing for linear designed and without a consistent plot games is, the Routing Missions.

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Tales from the Borderlands Review

Overall, 5.5/10 or 6/10.

Not exactly a game would recommend to buy if you appreciate the regular way that Telltales does.

All 5 episodes, only like 3 and 5, which are great and fun to play and watch.

Other things, it doesn’t have a very complex story, it got that cheesy taste of humor from Borderlands, but yeah sometimes it’s fun to watch. Character development isn’t as good as other Telltales titles go, for example, TWD season 1 and 2, and Game of Thrones, the Wolf Among Us. So from that it doesn’t have a complex story, very predicatble, lacking a lot of surprises and chills as others do.

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Steven Spielberg Is a Legend, so Does Frank Abagnale Jr. – Catch Me If You Can Review

Steven Spielberg, Leonardo DiCaprio, these two talented men combined together make a symphony.

Catch Me If You Can, a biography drama film that is based on the legendary Frank Abagnale Junior, the renowned con master for his juvenile deeds/stunts.

I have learned something in the movie, which is: Man, with talents, and a good heart, you can never, never cage the man’s possibilities from extending himself beyond ordinary and merits.

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

A beautiful crafted game by Astronaut.

From sounds, visuals and plot, everything wafts a current of peace and uncanniness.

Walking on a sleepy railroad, first encountered in the peaceful valley, little does he know, a limb lies down the road. The detective goes on investigating it, a little more discovered, a little more portions of truth unveiled.

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“Szzzzzzzz…” Watch Out! The Xenomorph Is Around! – Alien Isolation Review

The game that shits my pants when I was so certain, so assure, that nobody was around and whistled my way down my cozy checkpoint, and the Xenomorph jumped out of nowhere and gave me a death kiss.

And, not to mention the brilliant adaptable Alien’s AI by Creative Assembly.

I just hope you guys can cut the Total War vanilla divided into DLCs bullshts, oh, it’s prabably SEGA’s fault.

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The Predicted Short Lifespan of Overwatch

Overwatch is very popular recently, it has risen up to the top one competitive game in South Korea multiplayer games leaderboard, just had happened as the game launched one month before that.

This game, from the start that I got the touch with it, till now that I’m fancying the game.

The game has changed the industry drastically, professional players who do eSports for a living are jumping to Overwatch and leave League behind, for the pure new excitement and pleasure that Overwatch has. In other words, Overwatch is intoxicating.

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