On the positive side the game handles great, looks gorgeous and sounds fantastic, but when you dig in you’re starting to see that it looks like maybe things began to get cut as deadlines neared.
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Metro Redux is one of the best values you can get in this new generation of gaming. It contains two games that were fantastic long before being updated.
Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition is one hell (no pun intended) of a package for console gamers who never played Diablo 3, and a solid buy for PC gamers who want to try to new expansion and give the game a shot with a controller.
The game mechanics feel solid, the quests are fun, and the loot is decent overall. If you get a chance and can get a code dive into the beta for a bit and try everything out.
The game feels great, like a mix of Halo and Borderlands, but still has some kinks to be worked out (more loot, longer enemy respawn timers, shorter grenade re-use timers, co-op tweaks, and MORE LOOT).
Trials Fusion offers a good deal more content than the previous games, but it’s the quality that has me on board. Overall Trials Fusion is an extremely well-made game that is worth the money if you’re a huge Trials fan.
Ragnarok Odyssey ACE isn’t a terrible game, and may appeal more to those who are fans of Monster Hunter (but don’t expect the same level of quality) but overall fails to hold attention throughout.
All the new power allowed the developers to make a much prettier game with more effects and a bigger environment, but some of the core gameplay issues from past entries are still present.
When it boils down to it, Titanfall is a very good evolution of the first person competitive multiplayer shooter and cements itself (even as a new IP) as a franchise to be reckoned with.
Overall episode two has easily topped episode one and the series continues to build momentum towards some devastating conclusion down the road.
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