A messy roundup for the tail-end of 2020 including some movies, comedy TV, books and a thumb-killing game.
Ghost of Tsushima answers every craving you might have to immerse yourself in the world of the samurai while still creeping around like a ninja stabbing people in the back Assassin’s Creed style.
I gave the original Xbox 360 version of Burnout Paradise a glowing five-star review. Having played the remastered version of this open-world racer for about a week now on my PS4 Pro, my high opinion of this game has not changed at all.
This post should perhaps be subtitled ‘better late than never’ or ‘humble pie’, but if I was going to add a subtitle it would have to be ‘Game of the Year’ although since I’m a few year’s late on the uptake perhaps ‘Game of my Year’ might be more suitable.
A couple of pirate memory games from ages ago that are worth a go if you don’t mind retro-gaming and have a penchant for the Assassin’s Creed series.
A surprisingly long post about the latest Star Wars game from EA.
Having read somewhere that this 2016 first-person shooter had one of the best single player campaigns of recent years I just had to download it when it came up as a free monthly game on Playstation Plus and see if it was true. I was not disappointed…
If, like me, you’re a little tired of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare but you still want a decent first person shooter with a strong story then hop in your time machine and check out Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. It’s a bit of an oldie, but a goody. Spoilers ahoy!
A ramble about Call of Duty Modern Warfare | Dark Knight Strikes Again | Dark Knight III: The Master Race | Guardians | Hellboy | The House | Acid House | Whispers Under Ground | The Winds of Limbo
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a reboot of Infinity Ward’s classic 2007 first-person shooter published by Activision and once again features the repeating character SAS Captain John Price…