Author: Christian "Ace" Cleofas

Christian 'Ace' was enamored playing games throughout his life. Mainly playing for the sake of playing you can find him enjoying the local pub and poking fun at NPC.

The Weird West offers a unique premise of being an isometric type of action shooter that isn’t an RPG or turn based strategy. Instead, this is a real time action shooter akin to twin stick shooters out in the market. The game for all its worth is more than just a real time Fallout 1 set in the wild west. Why did I say that? For one, while you might be able to save scum your way, enemies won’t follow the same path. That is just the sample of the intricate world on Weird West. First off, let us discuss…

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With the release of The Kaito Files DLC for Lost Judgment. It gave that kind of DLC feeling that many DLC nowadays doesn’t get. Personally, a DLC or Expansion if you want to be nostalgic about it should have that sense of being able to enrich the story and world of its base game. It doesn’t give the feeling of it being cut from the main game due to time constraint or budget but solely for the sake of story telling. Then it doesn’t really feel like the game could be incomplete/unable to function without it. And lastly, it should…

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Now I will admit, while XCOM is a lot better in major areas, and that many would see Phoenix Point as just another turn-based squad game, seeing what Phoenix Point has to offer, I could say it isn’t really much a clone but more of a title on its own. And yes, XCOM would still be better if you will take compare them on sheer face value. But looking at the budget and the time frame both game started with, XCOM has more budget and they have a base game to work on. Phoenix Point had to work on a…

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“Can it run Crysis?” was the statement many have heard that has turned into a meme in an instant.  Often stated to be the benchmark of PC. To just being a meme to poke fun on the game as well as the hardware that is in question. From its graphics intensive detail to the more unique and genre defining details. Crysis managed to turn heads for more than its visuals alone. Crysis is that special unique title that has endured and even has its fans asking for more. Personally for me, what Crysis remake has done was a job well done.…

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Many might wonder why the subtitle for my Horizon Forbidden West review says current gem but we have to remember, PS5 is out for a year and 4 months now and making PS4 a last gen console. Title aside, the latest entry for Horizon takes place 6 months after the original game. Which means for new comers, there’s a lot of catching up to do if they want to fully understand the story. This will be prominent in dialogues with old friends and context on what is happening to the world. But story aside, the game still offers a lot for…

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While we may not be able to be one of the first to give a review of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, the remake of the beloved Rockstar classics, we can safely say that the release was in hot water for not the usual reason GTA is in for. Rather than the controversy for the violence and other staple of the series the massive uproar was from the fans themselves feeling that they were cheated. Why? The graphics while updated, the models have been a downgrade. If only it was the same issues of the beloved classics…

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Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom is a very unique RPG. It begs you to question what you get when you cross a JRPG and Business Tycoon. And that’s what Blacksmith tycoon, Er I mean Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom is. The game offers a unique feature that is grind intensive. Which personally, is a perfect game for any JRPG enthusiast. The game offers a simplistic take on gameplay that is easy on your device. The tale of Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom (Which we’ll refer to as BSK) follows the story of a Volker, a blacksmith’s son of the kingdom…

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