For their E3 press conference every year, Sony’s plan is basically the same: go last on Monday and blow their minds. For the second year in a row, they have done just that.
Stories: The Path of Destinies is charming, enjoyable and clever. The story narrative will keep you enthralled as the dialogue is so well written.
Overall, Marble Mountain is an enjoyable indie experience. The game is definitely for those of you, like me, have a fond recollection of Marble Madness and wish to capture that feeling again.
If you’re a fan of Japanese RPGs, I think you will enjoy this. And for those of you that feel daunted by a Japanese Role Playing Game experience, this may be one you could pick up and not feel intimidated to play.
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is one of the best storytelling fighting games I’ve ever played. Without those storytelling elements is a fighting game that is not as robust as some of the premier fighting games, but enjoyable none the less.
Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Russia can be fun at times, but many of those times were wrought with frustration. There were plenty of things I liked about the game, but not enough to recommend except to those that love that 2D/2.5D style of a Shadow Complex or Counterspy.
Omnibus looks to release in the first half of 2016 on PC and apparently the Atari Jaguar. With all the zany antics in the game, I’m definitely interested to see where Omnibus goes.
Elite: Dangerous is out now on PC, Mac and Xbox One with expansions and patches and new versions constantly releasing.
I was really impressed with Stories: The Path of Destinies. Everything about this game, from the mechanics to the aesthetic to the gameplay all looks and feels extremely polished. After seeing it on PAX South, it’s a definite on my radar. Stories will release on Steam and the PlayStation 4 in early 2016.