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It has been quite literally years and years since I last played a Worms game. This isn’t due to me not liking the games, in fact I remember quite enjoying them in my younger years. There isn’t really a reason why I’ve not played one, it’s probably me just wanting to put money towards something I felt I’d get more overall bang for my buck, rather than a game that would entertain in short bursts. Anyway, I’m going off on a bit of a tangent. You’re not here to hear me go on about my gaming choices, you’re here to see whether Worms WMD is worth your money. So let’s get stuck in.
Let me take you on a journey. Back to the ancient times and era of Egypt. The crypts are alive, the pharaohs are in full swing, and the pyramids shine bright. But there`s something not quite right. I`m going to take you on a journey, of a slave, who has been thrusted into finding out the secret behind the Ahmosis I – The Red Pharaoh. Milkstone Studios are taking us on a journey, to find out that secret, in their newest title, Pharaonic.
I don’t quite know how to open up about the game that I`m going to review here. I really don’t. The more and more I played it, the more and more I started finding myself getting incredibly frustrated, But, there`s something to it I quite like, and I quite can`t put my finger on it. Something that keeps me booting it up and getting into a game. Do you like football? Do you like air-hockey? Do you like the idea of something putting them both together? You get Videoball, which is the game I`m going to be writing about today.
I for one love Microsoft`s Xbox Preview Program. I honestly think it`s one of the best ideas to have come out of Microsoft for a long, long time in terms of the Xbox Division. When it was announced at last year`s E3 by Phil Spencer, it looked to give something to the ID developers that they hadn’t had anywhere near before. The platform to get a game out, and to develop the game and enable gamers to play as they went along and to have their say on feedback. A game very much for the fans. Over the last year we`ve seen some cracking ones, such as Prison Architect, The Solus Project, Layers of Fear, aswell as some that are still in the program, such as Ark Survival Evolved, Subnautica and others. But, this year, there was one game that really took my interest as standing out from the rest, and being slightly different. We Happy Few.
Batman has been and always will be my favourite Superhero. I've been a massive fan of the franchise since I was a kid and it shows no sign of stopping any time soon. Sure I've had my dalliances with Superman but he's too clean cut for me. So when I found out that acclaimed studio Telltale had got hold of the rights to produce a game I was more than a little excited. This wouldn't be your typical open world game we have been used to though. This would be a story driven Batman tale from one of the current masters of story driven games.
Whenever would you associate cute little things and rioting together? You just wouldn’t. Well, Anarteam have recently just released for Xbox One, Anarcute, and that may just be about to change. Are you about to join the side of the rioters, rioting to win back the cities they love, and the culture? Or are you on the side of the corporation, where the media have been brainwashed, as you have? Is it a game that`ll make you pick up and think how good it is, and how unique it is? Yes, yes you will.
July 2016- Big B 1970