It is hard not to make a lot of jokes in this review. At first I was thinking of copying the opening paragraph of our Far Cry 3 review from two years ago. Then I was going to make the tagline for this review “Close Call”. Every single joke that has passed through my mind centers around one main point: Far Cry 4 is, for better or worse, a near-exact copy of Far Cry 3. [Read more…]
This time on Family Game Night we name our new shops and finally embark on our adventure to the Isle of Terror! [Read more…]
This week on Error! Report, we travel to faraway lands in Dragon Age: Inquisition before soaring down to Kyrat with Far Cry 4. [Read more…]
This week on Error! Report, we talk about multiple Assassin’s Creed games. [Read more…]
Arno joins a cult where he witnesses a human sacrifice, he hunts down a giant, he solves murder mysteries because Paris’ local detective is too lazy. If this all sounds interesting, that is because it is pretty interesting — in concept. Instead, Arno simply hunts down Templars in the cult, finds and kills an enemy of the “heavy” type, and runs around eagle vision-ing his way to a culprit with no sense of mystery. Assassin’s Creed Unity is, above all else, boring.
It’s still a sad fact of the video game industry that most games based on pre-existing licenses are terrible. For every Batman: Arkham Asylum or South Park: The Stick Of Truth, you get a Robocop or a Rambo. That’s because, usually, developers of these licensed games are not given enough time or money to actually make a quality video game. So what happens when you give a pre-existing license to Platinum Games, a developer that’s notorious for making good games even with a short deadline and a low budget? Well…