Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review – It is quite the long but average journey

The following is the script from the following youtube video.

Welcome. This is my review of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey developed and published by Ubisoft.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the 11th game in the main Assassin’s Creed franchise, a franchise that should be solidified by now, but instead, Assassin’s Creed has changed up the formula once again and feels like a brand new genre, but perhaps it has become a change too far.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review – A shadow of a great franchise

The following is a script from the youtube video available below as well. Please watch the video or read the script as you see fit.

Hello and welcome to my review of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, developed by Eidos Montreal, and published by Square Enix.

This is the third Tomb Raider game since the reboot of the franchise in 2013 creating a new trilogy, but this is also the first game in the new series that wasn’t made by the original creators of the reboot, Crystal Dynamics, so will this live to the high bar of this series so far?

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Humble Choice December 2019 Review – Let’s get this thing started

The following is a Youtube Script for the Humble Choice of December 2019 Review video, found below.

Hello and welcome to the Humble Choice review.

Humble Choice is now here and with it, we have ten games plus one bonus game. The last being an add-in, that comes free with the Choice, but why not look at it as well. The fact is there’s a ton here and I’d probably spend most of my month, if not a couple, just to cover each of them, so I’m going to go through these games with a couple of simple rules.

I’m going to play 1 hour of each game, give a quick synopsis for what type of game it is, who might like it, and if I want to go on.Read More »

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Review – Well that’s one way to end a series

Hello, this is my review of Dananronpa V3: Killing Harmony developed by Spike Chunsoft, and published by Spike Chunsoft and NIS America.

Just as a heads up, there’s probably going to be swearing and mature topics shown on screen. Nothing sexual, unlike Ladykiller in a Bind, but the language in this game gets quite salty at times. Just be aware of that.

Also, I’m going to be talking about Danganronpa the series a bit, if you haven’t played the first two games you should definitely before playing this, but enjoy the review, I’ll try to keep the spoilers to the spoiler section whose timestamp should be shown right now. With that said this is a long video. I apologize. I’ll try to be briefer next time, which I should be able to do.

But yes, There’s a spoiler section, if you’ve played this game, you probably know what I might want to talk about, but I’m going to attempt to avoid ALL spoilers while reviewing the game, and then have a spoiler discussion at the end to explain my opinions.

In keeping with that, almost all the video will be of the prologue, first case, and first trial. I will attempt to hide as much information as possible, however some pieces may be visible to sharp eyes. I will allow people to discuss the spoilers down in the comments so if they want to refute something I’ve said, that’s up to them. Beware.

Danganronpa V3 is the third main game in the Danganronpa franchise. Danganronpa is a series of games about school students being put into killing games for various reasons, but always with bloody effect and dangerous experiences. However, these are Visual Novels, so the player is more along for the ride than at true risk.Read More »

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 Review – Taking the Console Wars to the next level

Hello and Welcome to my review of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 made by Idea Factory, Compile Heart, and Felistella, and published by Idea Factory at least in America. Normally that’s just simple information but in this game, let’s just say we’re going to see personifications of two of these companies, well not even just these.

Hyperdimension Neptunia is a long-running series, spanning over ten games so far, focused on a universe where the video game consoles are humanoid Goddesses embroiled in a major Console War. If it sounds interesting, then starting with Re;Birth 1 is the right step with it being a remake of the original game, originally made for the Playstation Vita, Playstation 3 and 4, Windows currently.

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My Time At Portia Review – Just taking it easy on the farm

Hello citizens, This is my review of My Time at Portia, developed by Pathea and published by Pathea and Team 17.

My Time at Portia is a life simulator, with a focus on building your home, outdoor workshop and, creating a life for yourself on the world of Portia…That sounds very futuristic and Science Fiction but that’s just promotional material. It feels more like Portia is the name of the town even if it’s not. There’s this idea of Post apocalyptic survival, that… really isn’t here. This game is very similar to Stardew Valley, Harvest Moon, and games like that. Throughout the game, players will meet people, explore, gather resources, and what makes My Time at Portia stand out from the crowd is building structures and objects.

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Lego Jurassic World – Review – A game 65 million years in the making

THE FOLLOWING A SCRIPT FOR A YOUTUBE VIDEO.  YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW, OR READ THE SCRIPT AS YOU SEE FIT.

Hello and welcome to my review of Lego Jurassic World. This game was developed by TT Fusion as well as Traveler Tales and published by Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment.

Lego Jurassic World is one of the many Lego games which have been made by the owners of TT Fusion, TT Games, who also own Traveler’s Tales. Lego games all go by a similar formula since Lego Star Wars. This time it’s Jurassic Park and Jurassic World’s turn, but is it worth it?

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