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Sep 24 2015
1

Arguably, the game is partially about finishing the Opus, getting the Black on Black back, and then some crossing the Planes of Silence. At then end, finishing the Opus is pointless.

Sep 24 2015
1

I never disliked it, even from the opening uninterruptable cutscenes. But just as you said I didn’t love it. It’s no Rocksteady Batman, or Monolith Shadows of Mordor. But I did enjoy driving and fighting in the Magnum Opus more then I did the Batmobile in Arkham Knight. I was not disappointed at all by Mad Max because Read more

Sep 24 2015
1

It doesn’t feel that way once you complete all of the story missions... I only have 1 upgrade left (the finial V8) and I don’t feel a need to get it, except for 2 or 3 Achievements that it will help unlock

Apr 6 2015
9

Want to watch a two-hour analysis of the entire Call of Duty series? Good news—critic Noah Caldwell-Gervais has assembled an exhaustive, chronological critique of every main COD game to be released on PC. I watched it this weekend, and enjoyed the heck out of it.

Mar 2 2015
1

Warcraft 2 was such a huge leap forward over the original. It was like going from a rickshaw to a Ferrari. Read more

Feb 4 2014
2

As far as BioWare vs Bethesda storytelling, Bethesda is generally more about traversing an open world, where BioWare games are more about traversing a conversation menu. Read more

Feb 4 2014
1

I played only a bit of Skyrim.

Finished both Dragon Age games multiple times.

And hilariously enough, Skyrim doesn't allow me to be me (like video says), it's way more linear in terms of dialogue and plot and such. So I got frustrated pretty fast at this fact.

Because I was going into it as roleplaying game, but it Read more

Feb 4 2014
2

I love his videos, glad someone else seems to feel the same way.