Thursday , July 2 2020

Gaming Reviews

Xbox One Review: ‘Need For Speed’

Except for the frame rate issues, once you’re actually racing, 'Need For Speed' is a pretty fun game, as long as you enjoy street racing, at night. The issues the online components create will likely frustrate most users, and there isn't quite enough substance in the rest of the game, to make up for it.

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PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Life is Strange: Episode 5 – Polarized’ from Dontnod

While Polarized is arguably the weakest of the five episodes, Dontnod's indie-film approach to adventure games is commendable. If you try only one new game franchise this year, make sure it's Life is Strange. The title redefines narrative in modern gaming.

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PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Tales From the Borderlands: Episode 5 – The Vault of the Traveler’ from Telltale Games

Telltale’s formula is actually fairly entertaining. If there weren’t others moving into the spot of gaming real estate Telltale has staked out, the developer might still be contending for “Game of the Year” honors.

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PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Minecraft: Story Mode – Episode 1: The Order of the Stone’

Minecraft: Story Mode is made for the original Minecraft game's largest demographic, which is decidedly younger than those who have been playing TellTale's recent adventure games. It remains to be seen whether younger gamers will appreciate such a story-heavy game, particularly with TellTale's delivery issues.

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