Middle of that Earth: Shadow of that Wars: From that Lord of that Rings
I’ve spent many an hour in the land of Mordor and have had a wonderful time there, despite what the brochure said. The original game spawned a lengthy retrospectiveand I am unhappy to report that it included a rather vicious disclaimer. You see, the original games plot… was… let’s say… lacking. Hey, let’s hope I won’t have to do that again.
Once again we inhabit brave Ranger Talion with wraith body-roommate Celebrimbor and I’m pretty confident they’ll improve on the lacklustre story.
Let’s find out.
Disclaimer – The following introduction berates a creatively bankrupt team. Again. Light swearing applicable.
Star Trek returns to our screens after a 12 year hiatus. Wait… are we seriously counting Enterprise?
Star Trek returns to our screens after a 16 year hiatus. Unrelated to the recent JJ Abrams action films we follow Michael Burnham’s adventure 10 years prior to the original Star Trek series. You know the one, with that Kirk bloke. It also looks a lot like the JJ Abrams action films.
Ignoring the cosy Star Trek format of the past, this series tells the overarching story of a war. Yes. A bloody war.
Wait… is this a soft reboot? Urgh… that term. Oh well. Let’s not judge too hastily, despite the sheer endorphin pleasure of doing so.
It’s like modern Road Rash they scream! “Yes”, you nod sagely. “Yes it is”.
Early Access is a strange beast. You can own the guts of a game for up to 2 years before an update appears out of the blue, and bing! You are now the proud owner of a shiny brand new game. Not sure on this term “Early Access”? … Why not check out the glossary.
Look. All I’m saying is some mudda’ is ganna get knocked the f…
Road Redemption encourages you to sit comfortably in the seat of a motorcycle, swinging shovels at fellow racers in anger.
Cuphead had fans before anyone had the chance to play it. How do you temper mass wild expectations?
I’ll start by telling you what the game’s all about. Then I’ll descend into why I’m not a huge fan of this particular type of platform game; before I attempt to reconcile the rabid contractions whipping around in my mind. You might have to bear with me on this one.
The story is a simple one. Cuphead enrols in a soul collection scheme after being fooled by the devil. Does the gameplay match such fetching looks? Please shrug and read on.