The death guys are out, and dead, and I killed them!! Oh…wait…well, anyway, I killed the death angels, reapers, maidens, ghosts, spirits, and whatever moves. The expansion of Diablo 3 made me like this franchise again. I really didn’t pay much attention to the story, I was eager to see the Adventure Mode and to get the legen…dary loot!
The game got back in it’s series roots, with all that gore, dark, scary environment, where you don’t feel bad of being bad.
Some revenge here and there. Some philosophical aspects here and there, like “Only death will end the eternal conflict”, by the reaper angel, Malthael.
After the not-so-short-but-could-be-longer campaign, I could enjoy the click-dead-loot fest. Very, very nice mode, simple quests, kill things, grow your levels, grow your gear, grow your skills, grow the difficult, have fun and done!
I’m hoping to get the console version to get the fabulous no-lag-screw-the-lame-internet-connection version of this (now) awesome game!
A dark foggy London-alike old city it’s a perfect place for a great stealth-mystery-love-well-done game!
A game you can play in many different ways, has a nice (not epic) story and a very good gameplay. Worth every penny spent on it.
Thief made me start look for more stealth games, like the Metal Gear series. I have only to thank the youtuber Zangado (https://www.youtube.com/user/Zangado), because he did the “first 30 minutes” of the game and it really made me buy this game.
The environment, the ambiance, they feel so fucking right. I felt so drowned in the shadows, I wanted to be like a ghost. However, as I first-flight player for this style of games, I didn’t make a good ghost, or even an opportunist. I got to kill most of the enemies. And it was not bad at all.
I loved the bow and its many types of arrows. A water arrow? Never crossed my mind! When you hit the critical point and the camera follows the arrow into the foe’s brain? So nice!!!
And the broken-heart couple? How can you do something like this and not be that much cliche? Well, the devs made it! Now I want more or this. I’m hoping they make a sequel.
It would be nice if the movie 47 Ronin had 47 minutes more. If they spent that time to produce some better fighting scenes, some philosophy around samurai (for example, the bushido, which is mentioned once in the movie) or even showing more details around the use of the samurai sword.
Besides these downsteps, I can point some more! Yay! Keanu Reeves, yeah, Neo, was there and they didn’t give him a nice role. No deep lines, no deep action. He is there only to be the “good guy”. Boring. Want more? No fucking blood!!! The samurai drenched in blood at those old eras.
Well, they got a good story, for sure, but they produced it poorly. The trailer has the best of what the movie offers. Better stay with the trailer only! Dammit, I had high hopes for this one.
The FX were pretty nice. The blueish swords were a nice touch, as everything else. No extreme, exaggerated special effects everywhere. Just the essential.
After all, the end is pretty cool, really liked it. I can say now it’s a worth watch.
Slash, slash again, cut it out, retaliate, and finally split it in any number of slices do you want. Welcome, Jack The Ripper!
Metal Gear was one the game series I’ve heard a lot through the years but never got enough of my attention that made me play it.
Then I found myself dying to play the game: Metal Gear Rising (MGR): Revengeance. The trailer of it on Steam just blew my mind so bad that I watched it a hell lot of times, just waiting for the day of release. The music in the trailer was so cool.
And then the game came to life (for PC) and I played it. Not a lot, but enough to finish the story. Cool story, cool fights, cool music (heavy metal!! hellyeah!!!), nice graphics. The whole game is awesome. Nice time playing. Not too easy, not too hard.
The thing I could bring some light upon is the dialogues. MGR has a bunch of them and most of it can make you think for while, especially the ones with the “bad guys”. Raiden, the lightning bolt cyborgue seems to so be “perfect”. A hell of a fighter but still lacking some inspiration. That inspiration comes with the path walked during the game, the decisions that Jack had to make and the paradoxes that some of the “bad ones” talked.
War is the theme behind, the will to fight and how much money you can make with a single war.
It’s been a while since a read a entire book. Thanks to my dear love, who gave me the book World of Warcraft: Tides of War, I’m once again willing to read books!
This Tides of War is a nice mix of Romance and some Adventure. A little war going on here and there, a lot of gaming reference (thanks to the World of Warcraft background), and at the end love’s in the air.
I found myself very comfortable reading it because I’ve played a lot of WoW (World of Warcraft) and the book is meant to be read by people who play the game. Not that “regular” people can’t read or won’t understand the book, but it makes a lot of difference to know the background of what’s going on in the story.
I would recommend the book to “regular” people. It could be a little “out-of-space” sometimes but for sure you can enjoy. You can leave and the “magic-elfs-orcs” stuff behind and look for the actions, the sentiments, the plots and have a nice story.
At the beginning I felt so weird reading it. It’s a book about a game. Usually it’s the other way around. After some research, I found that this has been done sice a long time ago, specially in the Warcraft series. How could I missed so much fun?
After I finished I jumped right into the game to check the places that the book mention. Looking for details, people and changes. The book actually made me play the game again! I was on a break for unlimited time. The book made me feel at home in the world of Azeroth (the “earth” in the game).
Now I’m looking forward to read any other book about the Warcraft’s lore. If all the games had books telling the story with more details would be so cool, but I think it would also rip-off the story from the games. The books may fit better this kind of game (MMORPGs) because they focus a lot more in the gameplay, the controls, the features of the game instead of the storytelling.
I think the next one will be World of Warcraft: Shadow of The Horde!