A Call of Duty release is always a monumental event in gaming, and this one is no different. Lately, the questions have been ‘When will Call of Duty sputter out?’ ‘Is this one the last hurrah?’. This one looked like the next leap forward for the series, in both gameplay and aesthetics. Let’s get on with answering those questions and finding out if this is indeed a step forward for Activision.
When Criterion revealed Need For Speed at E3 earlier this year, my initial reaction was ‘Why the hell are they calling this Most Wanted?’ I got over that pretty much immediately when they showed gameplay, and they won me over right there and then. Since June, I have been awaiting the release date anxiously. Here we are now, with my review of NFS: Most Wanted.
When I first saw the Dishonored Trailer on FAIOR I was immediately intrigued, steam punk meets Fallout with magic? but any which way, it looked fucken cool! With all the anticipation I placed on to this game, would I be let down?
Halo 4 is about to be set out into everyone’s hands and it’s an exciting time for video games. Does the game live up to the hype set up from Bungie though? Did 343 Industries handle the franchise with care? The answer to both I believe is yes. I will go into further details after the jump, but if you were looking for more Halo, this is the game for you. The game tries very little to change things up, if at all. The graphics, sounds, presentation and gameplay are all impressive; however, the campaign and Spartan Ops leave a lot more to be desired.