Reviews by MrScavenge

80

Great with friends.

MrScavenge | Sept. 11, 2013 | Review of Payday 2

As the title suggests it's a great game to play with friends but not solo. the games AI partners are incapable to use or complete objectives making it a pain to complete any mission on solo.

his game's gun customization, "pick-a-card" system and economy system is great and this game greatly surpasses the Epic game that was the first Payday.

80/100

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78

Good deal!

MrScavenge | Sept. 9, 2013 | Review of Hitman Pack

This is a good price for all these games. i have played all of them on one console or another and this bundle is one of the best deals on the franchise i've seen.

78/100

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80

A realy cool design

MrScavenge | Sept. 2, 2013 | Review of Borderlands 2: Assassin Stinging Blade Pack

I really like this design. It looks really hardcore metalish wich i really like.

80/100

-MrScavenge

75

A good time waster.

MrScavenge | Aug. 31, 2013 | Review of Mirror's Edge (EU)

Mirror's edge isn't really that great of a game. It's very linear in nature and you dont really care for the story at all. That's not to say the gameplay and Controls aren't good cause they are. it's really satisfyig to run on walls and jump kick bad guys of a roof.

75/100

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75

Buggy but immersive

MrScavenge | Aug. 12, 2013 | Review of Fallout: New Vegas DNS

Fallout NV is a buggy mess full of glitches... But it's also one of the best Post-Apocalyptic Role playing games ever. The incredible sense of immersion you get from wandering around the Nevada desert is stunning.

But as stated, the game is buggy and full of glitches. But it's evened out by the story and atmosphere. Don't go into this game thinking it's a shooter with roleplay elements. It's a fantastic role-play game with shooter games.

75/100

/MrScavenge

88

A Great continuation!

MrScavenge | July 16, 2013 | Review of Sam & Max: Season 3

Have you played this game yet? No? Then get your hands on it, put on your thinking cap, grab some soda and a bag off chips cause you'll be spending your entire weekend on this game.

Telltale is the current king of the "Point and click" adventure game genre, there is no doubt about that. After being blown away by their latest game "The walking dead" i decided to give their earlier games a try. Turns out i was buying a game that landed on my top ten.

"Sam & Max: The Devils Playhouse" is a hilarious adventure game that has 5 episodes, all of which end on a cliffhanger so you'll always be wanting to play the next episode. This game is a "point & click" game which means it's gameplay consists of puzzles that make you really think and are as satisfying as ever when you figure them out without looking up a guide or follow a walkthrough. It's true that on some occasions you end up in the horrible "Point and click circle" of trying everything with everything. But it's not the gameplay that keeps you engaged oh no! It's the great and hilarious characters, the story and the incredible sense of immersion. You won't be able to pull yourself from this game unless you possess great willpower.

88/100

/MrScavenge

93

Not a game, an experience!

MrScavenge | July 10, 2013 | Review of Spec Ops: The Line

This is a fantastic game. A game that will make you feel hate, pain, sadness and hype. This game's story telling is matched only by the best of games like Telltale's The Walking Dead or Half life two. If you let this game into your world it will really suck you in to the point where you can't stop playing it.

The game focuses around a squad of soldiers trying to evacuate Dubai but finding the lost souls of the 33rd. And i should just stop there to not spoil the epic and engaging story. Buy it! It's worth it!