[Credits: THQ Nordic]
+Bringing the world to life with color is fun and highly rewarding
+Great visuals and solid performance on PlayStation 4
+Combat is fun, intuitive, and easy to learn for even young gamers
+Cutscenes are fun, friendly, and at times – hilarious
-Failing an area can result in having to revisit long sections or entire levels.
-Targeting in combat can be a minor irritation
Failure can result in having to replay long sections or entire levels Targeting system can be frustrating when facing diverse groups of enemies Some repetitive level design
Ever have a hand full of Skittles and wondered if you shoved them all down the windpipe, would you get magical colorful powers and all of a sudden have the ability to throw your hands on any surface and make the world more colorful? Yeah, I knew I couldn’t be the only one but unfortunately in real life, that would never happen but in de Blob 2 your dream is achieved.
As I make my way through this pathway of trees, I will look over this cliff coming up to see if I can see anyone I can get an easy kill. And boom, just like that, I was shot in the back by another player and I was left spectating until the next match had begun. The Darwin Project: Early Access via Xbox Live Game Preview, it may seem slow at first but if you are listening carefully to your surroundings or playing with a top of the line Turtle Beach headset to hear those footsteps then you are a goner and you will lose every time.
The Crew made its grand appearance on the E3 stage with its first debut trailer back in 2013, setting the tone for a new type of racing style games. From the simple things like getting those annoying cops off your tail to just having a one v one match down Interstate 95. Now they are taking it a step even further. And now they have shifted gears and have hit that turbo button and have set a sequel in placed and will cross the finish line in first place again with The Crew 2.
Indie publisher Versus Evil with a partnership with indie developer Stoic came together and released their 3rd and final Chapter in the award-winning Viking role-playing game, The Banner Saga 3. Coming Summer 2018 to PC, XBOX One and lastly PlayStation 4.