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It`s a brand new year. We`ve saw so many top and good games last year across the board. From mainstream games and AAA games to ID games and games that were taking part of Microsoft`s new initiative in the Xbox Game Preview Program, we saw so many games that were good, bad, fantastic and ones that would do fantastically well. It`s always a quiet time of year at the beginning, as many games spread themselves out, and we don’t see the mad rush until the end of the year. This year we`re going to see the addition of new titles such as Crackdown 3, Sea of Thieves, and more, and the release of Project Scorpio, Microsoft`s console that they`re building up to be the most powerful console ever.
But, onto now, and recently, I`ve had the chance to play and review my first game of 2017, and it comes in the shape of Siegecraft Commander, by Blowfish Studios. Siegecraft commander made its way to the Xbox store this week, and is the latest instalment to the Siegecraft franchise. Siegecraft Commander is a tactical and strategic game, and offers a RTS (Real-time strategy) single player campaign and offers a multiplayer experience too. Is it a game though that`s going to do well? Or is it a game that`s going to flop? Well, I fear it`s going to be the latter.
Last week we saw the release of the newest addition to Telltale Game`s library, and it comes in the form of the 3rd season of the Walking Dead. We`ve seen so many great seasons be released, and when it comes to Telltale, boy do they know how to pull off a game. I`ve played near enough every season they`ve produced. From our first story with Clementine and Lee in Walking Dead, to being a Forrester in Game of Thrones, to most recently, jumping into the corrupt city of Gotham in Batman. But, 3 years after we saw the last full season of the Walking Dead following the story of Clementine (Not counting Walking Dead: Michonne that released earlier as that was a side off story that didn’t follow Clem or any of the previous characters), we are back with a brand-new story and Clem is back, for Season 3, of The Walking Dead.
So here it is. The end game is finally upon us. I've been waiting for this final episode as if my life depended upon it. After four episodes which have each set up the events that will finally come to fruition here I couldn't wait to start and see if the journey had been worth it.
I know the next couple of days are going to be busy for everyone so I want to take this opportunity to wish all our members and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from AbsoluteGaming.
Im sure you'll agree its been another great year for the site and I can assure you there is more to come as we move into 2017. Thanks to everyone for their support. Both Admins and Members have been fantastic and make the site what is it today. Hopefully Santa will bring you lots of nice presents.
Please remember that all league members have one extra set of fixtures released so if you do get time then try and get them played. Failing that we will see you at the start of 2017 where everything will kick back in.
Merry Christmas you filthy lot
I never had the chance to play Bridge Constructor when it first launched on the Xbox One back in 2015. The idea of just constructing bridges to get you from point A to B never really appealed to me. It just didn’t sound like the type of game that would be able to grab my attention and indulge me into spending money on it.
Over the past week or so, I managed to get my hands on a copy of their newest title to the construction series, Bridge Constructor Stunts. After veering away from it so often from their previous title, I decided to finally indulge in and see if there was more to it than just building bridges. And I have to say, I may have been mistaken from before. It`s enjoyable, and very, very fun.
When I first heard about The Little Acre I really didn't expect much from it. A point and click game that seemed quite linear and with a sparse amount of exploration my expectations dropped even lower. But as played through the game I found myself falling for its charms.
November 2016 - DaddyNJacob