I’m Kinglink and it’s the second week of March so here’s the March 2022 Game Pass Review.
This month we have a smaller selection, but there are a couple of massive titles here which are worthy of your attention, at the same time, there is some variety between the Xbox and PC, as well as some cloud-only titles. There were also a couple of surprise releases not on these lists.
I’ve already reviewed the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, not once but twice this year already, and it’s only March, it’s the best way to play that series. However, it’s not radically new, so if you have played previously, it’s just the standard game. Lawn Mowing Simulator has been delayed for the Xbox One so that is incorrect, but I reviewed it recently, and I enjoyed it as a simulator. Finally, I don’t have anything to say about Super Mega Baseball 3, it was released 2 years ago already, but I did work on a competitor to it, and haven’t played it so we’ll leave that there.
But as normal I play all the titles on PC, and I’ll tell you what I think after a few hours of each, how the game is, who is it for, and who will enjoy them. I’m also going to add in a little audio from the games to give you a flavor of them, it’s an experiment so let’s see how it goes.
Let’s just get started so you can see how it works, and we’ll start with what I thought was the biggest game this month…
I’m Kinglink and it’s time for the Humble Choice March 2022 Review.
This month we once again have 8 titles, and shockingly, Humble might actually have a solid month. Though there is one big asterisk, right below the Mass Effect title, which we will talk about later. However the lineup is good, so let’s see how the games are.
As always I play each game for an hour and will tell you what I think of them, if you should check them out and who might enjoy them.
I’m Kinglink and it’s a couple of weeks into the new year so it’s time for the Game Pass January 2022 video. 2022, 2021… Ugh, not this again. 2022.. Ok, let’s do it.
This month we had 19 titles released, and while it’s a smaller month than December, I mean what month is going to live up to Halo Infinite, it’s still packed with games, and I found many more of the titles interesting and completed quite a few already.
At the same time there was massive news last week that may change Game Pass, but before we get there, let’s focus on this month first. We’ll start with…
Hello, I’m Kinglink and today we’re doing a Design Review on Morality Systems or Karma Systems with a focus on Player Choice.
This series has previously been focused on comparing one game to another, and don’t worry we’ll still be doing that today, but I want to look at a specific feature of three different games. Just to call them out ahead of time, I’m going to be talking about the original Mass Effect trilogy by Bioware, which will effectively represent much of Bioware’s earlier games here, Fable by Lionhead Studios, and Catherine by Sega. I’ll be putting up chapters for each.
I could talk deeper about almost any of these games but we’re going to focus on the topic today, rather than the games themselves, and perhaps we’ll return to these games at another time.