Reviews by KingMassive
One of the best RPG's madeKingMassive | Oct. 7, 2013 | Review of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition Deluxe
Oblivion was one of the first RPG's I ever played, and my god was it amazing. I played it for something like 115 hours, and that's not counting the second time I played it and the time I used to just mess around with command console.
It has a cool story and great gameplay and lots of content to explore, and the DLC and expansions are just going to add to it. Oh, and it still has an active modding community that keeps adding to the already huge amount of content.
It may feel and seem little outdated if you've only played Skyrim or other newer RPG's, but it shouldn't matter once you've played it for a few hours.
So if you're a fan of role-playing games, add this game to your collection and be ready to lose your sleep.
Game of the year 2012KingMassive | Oct. 7, 2013 | Review of Far Cry 3 Deluxe Edition
This game was simply the best game of 2012, it is an example of what a game can be. It has two huge detailed to roam around, it has lots of guns, great graphics, a great bad guy, addictive gameplay, lots of stuff to do and you can decide the way you want to play. Its only faults are the main character and his friends and a few plot points, but you can easily forgive those. And the DLC that comes with this edition is something that you don't really need, but it won't hurt.
So if you like action games, old school action movies and don't wanna go to bed, get this now. You won't regret it.
2 hours of the sameKingMassive | Sept. 18, 2013 | Review of Sleeping Dogs: Year of the Snake
This DLC lasts about 2 hours and repeats itself over and over again, though the missions do vary more than in the previous two DLC's.
You really don't care about the story and it feels out of place, since it's not playable in the main game, you have to choose Year of the Snake from the main menu, and you really don't get nothing useful for the main game after finishing this.
And worst part is the ending, which all about shooting and this game doesn't do shoot out's that well.
In the end, if you want more Sleeping Dogs, buy this but not at the full price. It is not worth the money.
Fun but a little disappointing sequelKingMassive | Sept. 3, 2013 | Review of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood
Assassin's Creed II is one of the best games ever made and deserves a good sequel. Luckily, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is that, even though little disappointing. It improves on some aspects of the previous installment but it does lack in terms of size and originality. ACII did so many things that the first game didn't that you'd expect Brotherhood to outshine ACII but it sadly just doesn't get there. It goes backwards on some things, doesn't really improve on anything besides graphics and offers more of the same that we already saw in ACII. But even with it's flaws it has one major addition to the series, the great and addicting multiplayer.
But in the end, if you liked AC and ACII, you won't waste your money with this sequel to Ezio's story, even though you won't be wowed like in ACII.
One of the greatest action games madeKingMassive | Sept. 3, 2013 | Review of Assassin's Creed 2 Deluxe Edition
Assassin's Creed was a great and fun game with few flaws, but this sequel improves on everything. The fighting, climbing, weapons, graphics, mood, size, story, everything is great, especially when compared to the first game. Of course like any game, Assassin's Creed II does have a few flaws, but they are very minor and easily overlooked. The biggest flaw might be that the series only gets worse from here.
So if you like action games, do yourself a favor and get this incredible action-adventure set in 1400's Italy now.
The best MMO yetKingMassive | Aug. 16, 2013 | Review of Guild Wars 2: Heroic Edition
I played WoW for little over two years, I played SWTOR for 7 months and then I started playing this. Guild Wars 2 mixes the best parts of WoW and SWTOR together and adds tons of stuff that the other MMO's don't have and is still easy to get in to. The game also looks nice and plays nice.
If you like MMO's but are bored of how much they are the same in the end, get this and you won't be disappointed.
Also, no monthly subscription and everything is still unlocked. And the biggest character customization in any MMO ever.
Psychological action-thrillerKingMassive | Aug. 16, 2013 | Review of Spec Ops: The Line
Spec Ops: The Line is short but fun action-thriller third person shooter. It takes about 5 hours to get through, but those hours are filled with lots of shooting and explosions in a very cool setting of deserted Dubai.
The game mechanics are pretty basic cover-based shooter mechanics, and the few tiny flaws won't matter in the end. Graphically the game is also pretty basic, but it does have its moments.
What this game is really about, is the story. Your character encounters situations that he could've never predicted on a mission like this, and he has to choose how those situations will go. This will make him doubt his sanity, what they're doing there and what is really happening, and in the end it is a really fun, action-packed, psychological thriller.
Remember to use a voucher or buy it from a sale, because even after all of it's good qualities, the 5 hour gameplay just isn't enough for the full price.
Fun mythology filled actionerKingMassive | Aug. 13, 2013 | Review of Sleeping Dogs: Nightmare in North Point
It took me about 2 hours to finish this DLC, but I did had fun playing it. It takes some aspects from the chinese mythology to create a tribute of sorts to horror movies. It doesn't add anything important to the game and the sidequests offer almost nothing in payoff for doing them.
But in the end, if you're a Sleeping Dogs fan and want couple hours more of ass-kicking to your game, buy this and enjoy. Even better if you enjoy horror movies. Just remember to use a voucher or buy it from a sale, do not pay the full price.