Reviews by albery92

95

Good, way too good, and cruel

albery92 | Nov. 15, 2013 | Review of Spec Ops: The Line

You play as Walker, a Delta Force soldier, along with two soldiers. You are being sent to the post-apocalyptic city, struck by sand storm which used to be Dubai. The aim of the mission is to find about the mysterious transmission sent by Konrad, the commander of 33rd infantry who stayed in the city with his troops after refusing the order to evacuate and then forgotten.

Before playing the game, just a remainder; you are not a hero. You are not like the protagonists of other games of this kind where you and your buddies slaughter the enemies and become a hero. Instead, you will be forced to see the consequences of what you have done. They are too cruel, way too cruel that you will turn your face away from it. Only the downside is that it is narrated too well.

Nothing turns out well in this game; no matter what you do, you have to kill to survive and you are getting away from succeding the mission. Gradually everyone becomes mad, distorted, and killed. The 33rd infantry soldiers are committing crimes for the sake of maintaining orders and CIA is trying to massacre everyone to cover up what 33rd infantry has done. The survivors turn themselves away from the Delta Force team. The worst part is, you've got to kill them all sooner or later, even the survivors.

If you would like to play this game, go ahead and play it. But, remember; you are not the hero. You will have to put blood on your hands and you cannot avoid it, whether it was for the sake of good or bad.

70

Fun to play with friends, but quite buggy. Not for solo

albery92 | Nov. 14, 2013 | Review of Magicka

Bought this game when it was on sale. It was really fun to play as co-op. Quite unique game among other rpg games. But this game crashes so often and lags with the system with AMD graphics card while it runs smoothly with the system with lower configuration with nvidia. And if you are not good at control, you will keep killing other players by friendly fire instead of killing enemies.