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You know I love a game that feels a bit different. I love a game that gives us something else and breaks away from other ID games that are out there. There are loads of ID games on the market that are similar to each other in a way or form. However, this past week, I`ve had the chance to experience a new ID game that is set to hit the Xbox Store this week. And that is a game that goes by the name of Cluster trucks.
We`re approaching Halloween, and it`s the time of year that I love getting those scary games out. The Evil Within is a favourite of mine, and this year, we`ve seen games such as The Park and Resident Evil make their way to our consoles. But this week, I`ve managed to get an experience with a new game that`s out on the market. Emily Wants to play. She certainly does want to play, and it`s a game that`s actually different. Is it a game worth picking up as we approach the season? Or is it one to leave? For the 31st October, it`s fully worth getting.
God games, I'm sure at some point in every gamer's life they have played or at least watched someone else play this genre. The two biggies Civilization and The Sims still have a rabid fans to this day. Most games in this genre go the tried and tested route set by the two giant's above but Reus dares to be different and sometimes a change is as good as a rest.
It`s been 6 years since we`ve last seen a Mafia game hit our shelves and in our consoles. 6 years ago, Mafia 2 was released and was quite an enjoyable game to play, in terms of its open world and storyline throughout. We`re back with a new title 6 years later in the form of Mafia 3 by 2K, but is it a game that is a good addition to the franchise? Or is it a game that should have been shelved? Well, it`s very much actually a great addition to the franchise.
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At first glance Ninja Pizza Girl looks like the kind of game we’ve seen plenty of times before over the years, a side scrolling platformer with a parkour feel, but what makes it different from the others is that it’s a game with a message. The developers Disparity Games are a family outfit from Down Under, and have woven a story into the game that deals with emotional issues that will resonate with teenagers and young adults, concerning bullying, self-esteem and identity, and consequently has received endorsements from the Queensland and Australian governments.
I've played a lot of games over the years that have been twists on well established genres and after a while they all boil down to the same thing, familiarity. Manuel Samuel fits into no known genre, at least no established genre I've ever played and the only game I've played with a similar style is Octodad.
Septemeber 2016 - Justme CTID