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Star Wars Battlefron 2 (PS4 Pro)
Since I enjoyed Jedi Fallen Order so much I decided to try this game out since I heard it had a single player. I might try the multiplayer which is the main part a little bit later, but I will say this, for being a side thing to the multiplayer the campaign was really good. A lot of action which is fine. It was a linear action heavy game with a lot of different characters to play as. The only issue I had was some glitches that forced me to restart from a previous checkpoint. It's strange considering it's such a linear game.

I think i'll have to give it a high score since the game is very cheap to get now and it's really a fun play.

7/10
I constantly play battlefron 2 multiplayer, thats the real part of the game, single player was just an extra feature in my opinion, you can easy feel that they just forced the multiplayer gameplay into the single player campaign

I suggest you to play multiplayer and try the different mode, it's one of the best multiplayer game i played
 

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SPIDERMAN (PS4)

After a year and a half, I too picked up Spiderman and wow - did I love this game. After completing Horizon Zero Dawn (which was great), Spiderman was a breath of fresh air. Spending so long in HZD made me feel a little bit lonely after a while, but Spiderman keeps you engaged with characters, enemies, and a great story.

The pacing of the game play was was so touted for so long lived up to the hype. Spiderman successfully did what The Arkham series did for Batman. It created a relatable version of Spiderman. In battle and traversal, you felt like Spiderman and that felt great. It is addictive to swing through the streets of Manhattan (almost to scale) and leap in to a group of enemies. Even when the missions get samey, it never feels bad playing as Spiderman. I almost didn't want to stop playing even after Platinuming the game, but I am glad I did. I look forward to the eventual PS5 sequel and beyond!

My rating - 10/10 - Perfect.
 
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Red Dead Redemption/Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare: 9/10

Wow. What a fantastic game this was. This is a gaming experience that will stay with me forever.

I got so immersed in the world of Red Dead and I really didn't want the game to end. It was full of the usual Rockstar charm, wit and humour. Side quests were fun and interesting, the little in-game challenges were a good incentive to try different things and were never dull. Come to think of it, I was never bored with this game at all. John Marston is such a compelling, intriguing character and that ending... I was expecting something like that to happen, but my god, I was so sad to be right.

Amazing game. Can't wait to play Red Dead Redemption 2.
I miss playing Red Dead Redemption, especially Undead Nightmare. Like The Last of Us, it had a really fun multiplayer mode during its heyday.

Can’t wait to hear what you think of RDR2! I didn’t think I could love Arthur more than John but damn RockStar really pulled it off, IMO. The game is a masterpiece and made me cry multiple times.
 

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I recently finished the first Bioshock. So much fun. The twist was unexpected. And I look forward to playing the rest of the series now!

8/10 - Really enjoyed it. Still felt a little bit unpolished. But that added to the charm really. Might feel different if I played it when it first came out.
 

Albertwesker959

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I recently finished the first Bioshock. So much fun. The twist was unexpected. And I look forward to playing the rest of the series now!

8/10 - Really enjoyed it. Still felt a little bit unpolished. But that added to the charm really. Might feel different if I played it when it first came out.
Yeah i played it back than, and graphic looked awesome and beautiful when it was released, gameplay was awesome too, it was really an amazing game...
Maybe the only negative thing even than was the environment, it's a bit repetitive in the end
 

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Days Gone - 9/10

Wow. Just wow.

I started Days Gone as a casual game to tide me over until the release of RE3 Remake and The Last of Us Part II. Having recently played Red Dead Redemption, I also didn't plan to get into a huge game again anytime soon. I booted up the game.... and I got hooked.

I'm not going to spoil too much in this review and I'm going to keep it quite brief, but man, this game is incredible. It takes inspiration from so many different games (Red Dead Redemption, The Last of Us, I even got Tomb Raider vibes), and yet is it's own entity entirely. I think the fact that I only expected to have a casual interest in this game made it all the better, because it was so unexpected to be completely immersed in this rich, vibrant world.

There are a wide range of enemies, infected and not, and some very interesting groups of people that have banded together to fight to survive. There are so many characters that stand out in this world and each is as intriguing and unique as the next. The story is a rollercoaster ride, with multiple strand interweaving around each other, and small things that happen early on in the game come to the forefront later on. In my opinion, it's extremely well written, thought out and paced. Traversing the open world never got dull to me, and there was plenty to do and collect outside of the main story as well.

With everything that there is to do in this game, it's no surprise that it's so incredibly long, but yet it doesn't feel like it dragged. I loved every second of it, and I'm so happy that I still have some things to finish off so that I can spend a little bit longer in this world. Of course, the game wasn't perfect - there are some glitches that are a little jarring at times. But honestly, if anyone asked me if they should play this game, I would absolutely recommend it with utmost enthusiasm. It's amazing.

I can sum up my feelings about this game quite simply - I loved it as much as I loved The Last of Us. Anyone who knows me knows that that is one of my all-time favourite games, so that is high praise indeed. I want more people to play this game so that I can freak out about it with them! (And yes, that Days Gone related pun was totally intended :wink:). Seriously, if you like open world, zombie apocalypse games, you should play Days Gone. It's awesome.
 
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Days Gone - 9/10

Wow. Just wow.

I started Days Gone as a casual game to tide me over until the release of RE3 Remake and The Last of Us Part II. Having recently played Red Dead Redemption, I also didn't plan to get into a huge game again anytime soon. I booted up the game.... and I got hooked.

I'm not going to spoil too much in this review and I'm going to keep it quite brief, but man, this game is incredible. It takes inspiration from so many different games (Red Dead Redemption, The Last of Us, I even got Tomb Raider vibes), and yet is it's own entity entirely. I think the fact that I only expected to have a casual interest in this game made it all the better, because it was so unexpected to be completely immersed in this rich, vibrant world.

There are a wide range of enemies, infected and not, and some very interesting groups of people that have banded together to fight to survive. There are so many characters that stand out in this world and each is as intriguing and unique as the next. The story is a rollercoaster ride, with multiple strand interweaving around each other, and small things that happen early on in the game come to the forefront later on. In my opinion, it's extremely well written, thought out and paced. Traversing the open world never got dull to me, and there was plenty to do and collect outside of the main story as well.

With everything that there is to do in this game, it's no surprise that it's so incredibly long, but yet it doesn't feel like it dragged. I loved every second of it, and I'm so happy that I still have some things to finish off so that I can spend a little bit longer in this world. Of course, the game wasn't perfect - there are some glitches that are a little jarring at times. But honestly, if anyone asked me if they should play this game, I would absolutely recommend it with utmost enthusiasm. It's amazing.

I can sum up my feelings about this game quite simply - I loved it as much as I loved The Last of Us. Anyone who knows me knows that that is one of my all-time favourite games, so that is high praise indeed. I want more people to play this game so that I can freak out about it with them! (And yes, that Days Gone related pun was totally intended :wink:). Seriously, if you like open world, zombie apocalypse games, you should play Days Gone. It's awesome.
I was about to give a review to this game, but Jen said pretty much everything I felt. Just gonna add a few takes of mine into it: This game was good enough to keep me hooked despite being an open world game (I'm not the greatest fan of open world games, especially because most of them seems to drag along, especially in the side quests department, because they normally get repetitive). It was cool to strategize and prepare to big fights or hordes, or debating myself if I should do something in the daylight or during nightime (there are pros and cons in each) and things like that.

I'll say that the only thing that REALLY bothered me about this game was the freaking item wheel. It's horrible. Especially during tense moments, half of the time the item selected don't get equipped and the item wheel itself was cumbersome and not intuitive to work with, especially on submenus or when you need to craft something on a hurry. I want to end this on a high note though, so I'll follow Jen up and recommend this one. Even if you're like me, more leaned to linear games, I'm sure you'll find some enjoyment on Days Gone.

PS: Boozer is the best character. Just saying.
 
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Jen

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I'll say that the only thing that REALLY bothered me about this game was the freaking item wheel. It's horrible. Especially during tense moments, half of the time the item selected don't get equipped and the item wheel itself was cumbersome and not intuitive to work with, especially on submenus or when you need to craft something on a hurry.
I know what you mean about the inventory wheel. At least when you use it it's in slow motion so you have time to scroll, but a couple of times I did rush and use an item I didn't mean to. I got used to making sure I was on the right item eventually, but yeah, it was a bit of a pain to get used to.