Reviews by abelegu2
Not as good as DMC 3, but good enough as DMC 4.abelegu2 | Oct. 21, 2013 | Review of Devil May Cry 4
If you have a controller, then this game will be up to par. The game just isn't designed for keyboards; it needs the controller to support it's great gameplay. just like its successors, it offers cool (although not as crispy cool as DMC 3) combat/gameplay, but unfortunately the story's a little meh. It's kind of anticlimactic after DMC 3's ending. It felt very God of War-ish in gameplay to me, but I wouldn't skip recommending it. If you're a fan of the DMC series, then this game is something you can't miss. New characters are introduced, and you play as Nero through a most of the game, making it feel a little weird as he looks a lot like young Dante. You get to play as grown-up Dante as well, providing a good mix of old and new powers you can toy around with. The enemies and bosses are generally fun to combat, although sometimes they can get dragged out. Recommended to get on a sale! It's practically given away at 75% sale.
Interestingabelegu2 | Oct. 21, 2013 | Review of The Walking Dead: 400 Days
If you liked the rest of the episodes, you'll enjoy this one too. It was interesting to see the effects of the choices you made with one character carry out to the other - TellTale does a pretty good job at making your decisions have a visible impact. With multiple ways things can go, it has replayability value, although I found myself unable to replay it after two playthroughs. I guess it was because it was more of the same, and there weren't all that many interesting choices. It's too short of a storyline to be able to get attached to any of the characters, so what happens to them matters very little. Interesting to see how this will affect the next game, though.
Incredible open-world experienceabelegu2 | Oct. 4, 2013 | Review of Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition
This game made me fall in love with in the first 30 minutes of gameplay and it kept me going even after I was done with it. It's got an amazing post-apocalyptic atmosphere, and it does an amazing job at immersing you into the world. It being open-world is a huge plus, albeit there isn't too many places to go to. There is a large choice of weapons and they're all fun to use. The combat's something to get used to, it's a bit tricky but it's still very fun and it suits the game's theme and design. The enemies can get a little too repetitive sometimes, but because of the game's setup it doesn't affect the game's experience all too much. It gets more noticeable nearing the end. The storyline's also very interesting, although one downside of it is that you don't get feedback from the world if/when you do anything big (avoiding spoilers). If you cope with that, though, it's a great RPG experience which gives you a whole world of opportunities to explore! A definite must buy for RPG enthusiasts, as other people said as well. Avoid playing Mothership Zeta DLC though, I hate to admit that one is simply horrendous. But the rest of the DLCs are still amazing! Who knows, maybe you'll like them all. Enjoy!
Best out of the Hitman games.abelegu2 | Oct. 4, 2013 | Review of Hitman: Blood Money
Definitely the perfect Hitman game. If you've ever played a stealth game, you have to go through the Hitman franchise - it offers the perfect man-hunt-prey experience. The levels are all very different from each other, and each level offers multiple ways you can execute your mission. The weapons are numerous and there is countless fun to be had with this game! If you've played Hitman games before and haven't played this one yet, BUY IT, no questions asked! This is a brilliant offer, especially with the 3-for-6 offer going on GMG as we speak!
Perfect for what it is.abelegu2 | Sept. 27, 2013 | Review of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
Just like the rest of the Hitman games (pre-Absolution), this game is a gem in the gaming world that you cannot miss. I've lost count of how many times I've played this game and I never get bored of it. It's an absolutely satisfying man-hunts-prey game, the weapons have just the perfect kick to them. It immerses you into the Hitman world and you choose to be your own Hitman. The fact that it allows you to go through the missions however you wish to approach it is even more amazing. There are countless ranks you can achieve at the end of each mission, and each mission has replayability value so you never get bored of going back to it trying to get a different rank! Get this game along with the rest of the Hitman games! You can't miss them!
Amazing story.abelegu2 | Sept. 23, 2013 | Review of Spec Ops: The Line
This game's set up in a post-ruined Dubai, sunk under the sandstorms. It's a different view of Dubai, and it's a different set-up for a game - refreshing to see after so many generic-colored shooters out there. Albeit it's not a great shooter, its story-line makes up for it all the way. It's captivating, shocking, and interesting. The cover mechanics can get really annoying at times, but they're okay overall. I was recommended this game because of the story, I bought this game for the story, and I was not disappointed. It was completely worth getting on sale, no doubt about it.