The build-up and ending to Watch_dogs was actually better than I expected it to be. There will be lots and lots of spoilers ahead so stop reading now if you rather complete the game yourself. Near the end, you have a showdown with Lucky Quinn. Yes, the frail old man whom you find out is […]Read more "Mission complete – Watch_dogs"
After more than one hundred and twenty two hours of gaming, I find myself facing the rolling credits of the JRPG Lost Oyssey. A game I played on and off for about four years. It’s a very good JRPG and I remember I was so into it when I first started playing. So why did […]Read more "Mission complete: Lost Odyssey"
On the 20th October 2013, I’ve completed the challenging game – The Dishwasher Vampire Smile. Having played the first “The Dishwasher” game, my expectations for Vampire Smile were high. I was sceptical whether ska studio’s would be able to deliver the same level of fun as the first one. You start the game off as […]Read more "Mission complete: The Dishwasher – Vampire Smiles"
I’ve unlocked all the achievements for Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate on Monday 9th September 2013. The achievements this time around were a lot easier to accomplish and didn’t take much time nor effort at all. But the game is so much fun I don’t want to put it down at all. I’m having so […]Read more "Mission complete: Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate"
On Sunday unlocked the achievement of Shinobi for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razors Edge. It unlocks for anyone who completes the game on “normal” difficulty. It was such a feat to actually beat the game that anyone could easily have mistaken that I was on a hard difficulty play through. But that is the beauty of […]Read more "Mission Complete – Ninja Gaiden 3: Razors Edge"
I know I know, I said I won’t get another Assassin’s Creed game, but I’ve gone ahead and downloaded Assassin’s Creed II from Xbox Live as part of their free games offerings. This game has lasted me two weeks of gameplay (ok, I have also been playing others too). I thoroughly enjoyed the game as […]Read more "Xbox Gold free game – Assassins Creed II"
Capcom’s recent release of adventure game Remember Me is set in a futuristic Paris. Aside from all the futuristic robots doing all the boring chores (when are we going to get this in real life?) the new future has a way of digitally managing human memory. Not only that, but they’ve managed to implement augmented […]Read more "Mission complete: Remember Me"