What a close month awaits us. From tomorrow those who seek adventures in Ancient Egypt will have at their disposal ‘Assassin’s Creed: Origins’, while those who seek a magical trip with Mario may opt for ‘Super Mario Odyssey’, but lovers of games of action can be done with ‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’.
The truth is that Bethesda has put the batteries to become one of the most prominent companies this fall. We already enjoyed recently ‘Dishonored: The Death of the Stranger’ or ‘The Evil Within 2’ and now returns to the fray with this new installment of this mythical saga of FPS that returns through the front door after the events that took place in ‘Wolfenstein: The New Order’. Continue reading “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus” undoubtedly one of the best FPS of the year
One of the topics that has given more to talk about this week is the closure of Visceral Games by Electronic Arts. This situation has caused a stir because it affected the Star Wars game that was developing the study and that it was intended to be a linear adventure for a single player, but now it will take a new course after passing into the hands of EA Vancouver.
This has led us to ask ourselves, are single-player adventures no longer worth it? Do you seriously have no place today in the world of video games? Absolutely and of course it would be a mistake to think something like this after what we have seen in this 2017 for the authentic masterpieces that we have had the opportunity to enjoy and that are geared to be an experience for a single player. Continue reading The 11 single-player games that I liked the most in 2017
Ubisoft has announced what will be the downloadable content that will end up receiving ‘Assassin’s Creed: Origins’ over the next few months, among which we can find some that will be paid and others that all users will be able to download for free. Continue reading All the details and the different DLC of the season pass of “Assassin’s Creed: Origins”
‘Forza Motorsport 7’ is an exceptional car game. Here are the points about what that means, the difference between the Microsoft game and what you can see in the market in terms of pure simulators, and how this is more a mix between arcade and simulation for all audiences than a niche game. But you put the points that you put to your eyes, it is impossible to see how much it becomes a real joy.
Being more in favor of the drifts of Forza Horizon 3 than the adjustments and adjustments to a car available in ‘Forza 7’, this means that the last game of Turn 10 Studios ends up being for me just as enjoyable despite avoiding its layer of deeper personalization. Also that the last jewel of Xbox One is a game in which all, without exception, have room. Continue reading Forza Motorsport 7, the visual and playable zenith of driving on consoles