Over the course of this mildly inconvenient pandemic I have often sat and passed judgment on the decisions made by governments, safe and secure in the very certain knowledge that I’ll never actually have to make choices that can affect hundreds, thousands and millions of people. The pressure that must come from leading people and being put into situations with no truly correct answers must be immense. It begs the question: if I was put in that position, what choices would I make? Well, according to Frostpunk I’m the kind of person who will put kids into the mines and use human corpses as a source of nutrition. Vote for me, my friends, because you can’t have a Necromancer problem if there’s no dead bodies to bring back.
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Say what you like about the game itself, there’s no denying that the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been anything but dull and is probably the most controversial launch in recent memory. Three delays in 2020 suggested that CD Projekt RED were planning on sticking to their mantra that it would only be launched when it was ready, and given the company’s stellar reputation pre-orders were through the roof with over 8-million copies being sold before it was even playable. And then everything fell apart faster my mental wellbeing after trying to speak to an actual living, breathing, human female. Only PC review code was handed, performance on base consoles is unacceptably bad, Sony removed the game from sale on the Playstation store and CD Projekt RED have managed to dig themselves into a hole so large that future archaeologists are going to assume there was a massive asteroid impact. Either they knew about the game’s horrendous amount of bugs and poor performance and chose to very deliberately keep that information quiet, or they honestly didn’t know how bad things were, in which case they are wholly incompetent. Either way, it doesn’t paint CD Projekt RED in a good light. So, now that we’re a little removed from the initial chaos, let’s review Cyberpunk 2077 on the Playstation 5 and try to figure out whether the game under the mess is any good.
What other game than Cyberpunk 2077 could possibly have won this illustrous award that hundreds of developers clamor over to claim? Well, truthfully, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla almost took the crown due to being a buggy mess and the fact that I still can’t actually finish the game to this day. But then Cyberpunk 2077 stomped in, struck a T-pose, gliding across the floor and stole the crown right out from under Eivor’s hooded gaze.
‘m away to put the finishing touches to my review for Ghost of Tsushima, just a mere month after it launched. Because obviously I’m the fastest reviewer on the planet who always gets their work out on time. Ah ha ha. Ha. *sobs*
Anyway, I was in the process of deciding which screenshots to use for the review when I realised that I loved most of them. Ghost of Tsushima is so utterly breath-taking that even a moron like me can take screenshots that look amazing, entirely by accident. So, here’s a selection of my favorite shots from my time with Ghost of Tsushima.
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If you are a PC gamer, you need the components of your PC to be the best for gaming. After all, choosing just any old component for your computer can lead to a quick burnout if they aren’t made to cope with the use that a frequent gamer puts a PC through.
This can be stressful because even if you know what you need, the technology of these components is always changing. That means that if you want the best PC gaming rig, you need to know the newest tech because that’s where you’ll find the most effective innovation. In this article we are going to take a look at 5 of the newest models of hardware for the perfect gaming rig.
Another year has passed and that means it’s time to list my top ten favorite games of 2016.
Rocksteady have released the first render for the Boy Wonder who is set to feature in the upcoming Batman: Arkham City. This version of Robin is based on the Tim Drake era. Robin will be available as a pre-order bonus for anyone who orders Batman: Arkham City from […]
On its very first day Fortresscraft became the best selling Indie game in the history of the Xbox 360 by selling a whopping 16,000 thousand copies. In just seven days it generated more revenue than previous record holder, I MAED A GAM3 W1TH 1N IT!!!1, made in an entire […]
Release Date: Out now! Developer: Crytek Publisher: EA Singleplayer: Yes Splitscreen: NO Multiplayer: No PEGI: 16+ Let’s get this out the way, shall we? Crysis 2 looks utterly amazing. It’s quite surprising how much they’ve managed to squeeze out of the Xbox 360 in the creation of Crysis 2, from […]