Yeah, it’s alright. It’s not Yooka-Laylee, and that’s better than being Yooka-Laylee.
[Disclosure Note: for some reason, Microsoft thought I was relevant enough for an Xbox One X and sent one. This game’s code was included.]
It’s Super Lucky’s Tale! Move over Master Chief, there’s a NEW squirrel (I think) in town!
Also, what I think about the Xbox One X.
I was hoping I’d like it more than the first, but sadly it’s just not grabbing me, as much as I love the characters.
Our last look at Shadow of Mordor delves deeper into how the loot system has changed the game, and the fact that Orcs have lost their flavor.
Come with me to Egypt so we can stab up some dudes and grab LOOT LOOT LOOT!
S’pretty good, all things considered.
Some folks have been lukewarm on Pinball FX3, but personally I’m digging the hell out of it.
Plus, that sort of backwards compatibility and “pay for the game you want” model is a rare and pleasant sight.
Don’t even pretend you didn’t see this coming a mile away.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War has become more famous for its boundary-pushing loot box system than anything else – and that’s a good thing, because any game designed to fleece its customers and exploit those with addictive personalities deserves to be known for nothing else.
While most professional critics glossed over the microtransactions – which, for all their defenders, really have had a dire impact on the game’s entire structure – many others have voiced extreme displeasure at this gacha simulator passing itself off as a “AAA” game.
And you know what means… it’s time for a METABOMB.
Loot of the Rings! How does Shadow of Mordor’s sequel stack up after months of controversy? Let’s find out!
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