Reviews by pvmambembe
extremely addictivepvmambembe | April 17, 2014 | Review of Super Meat Boy
The game is extremely addictive but beware, it can cause extreme anger.
With millimeter challenging levels the game can frustrate you every minute, leading the player to want to prove increasingly Who is the best there.
An indie game that came and knocked many AAA games out there.] It is worthwhile to be tested, it is money well spent; fun and the challenge.
But as I said before: Careful ... You might end up disappointed with yourself too ...
Excellentpvmambembe | April 17, 2014 | Review of The Walking Dead: 400 Days
This DLC is just fantastic. Telltale once again impresses me with such quality.
You really gets involved with each character shown, although the game itself, you also evolve much with the main characters in this DLC thing evolves enough.
Curiosity and the power of choice makes things get even more interesting. I can not speak much if not end up giving spoiler and nobody wants that right?
VERY worth buying.
If you have not played any of the main chapters, then buy them all just to be able to enjoy this wonderful and captivating story that Telltale has given us.
A good RPG gamepvmambembe | March 28, 2014 | Review of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition
Story: After the mysterious assassination of Emperor Uriel Septim VII, the throne of Tamriel sits empty. With the Empire to the brink of collapse, Oblivio portals are opened and Daedra march on Tamriel, leaving a trail of destruction wherever they go. To combat this evil, the player must find the lost heir to the throne and clarify the sinister conspiracy that threatens to destroy all of Tamriel.
Graphics: A great graphic for the time. A chance for a classic and cares more about the game's plot. Believe me...
Audio: Great soundtrack, good dubbing of characters, including the Emperor is voiced by none other than Patrick Stewart.
Missions: In the main quest there is a multitude of missions completed seram... What's the impression of an infinite game.
Controls: Many feel that gameplay is classic... Big mistake. Much has changed in Oblivion. Mainly the combat system, which ended up being adapted for a more "simple", similar to "hybrid" Action-RPG games like Fable, with a button system to attack and to defend. The defence is no longer automatic and now the player's abilities that determine what happens when some particular aação is made.
A. I.: Artificial intelligence is weak. The only significant improvement was in NPCs, where the new AI system fully developed by Bethesda, the "Radiant AI" gave a little more life to giving them a list of goals for themselves, based on their individual characteristics characters.
Multiplayer: No multiplayer, but there is a MOD for that.
Requirements : Minimum : Processor - > Pentium IV 2 GHz or Athlon equivalent RAM - > 512MB Video memory - > 512 MB Direct3D - > Yes DirectX Version - > 9.0c Windows XP - > Operating Systems Space - > 4.6 GB free disk
The Good : The strong point of the game beyond history is the amount of quests you have to complete . As I said earlier, she is so great that the game seems to be infinite .
The Bad : The Ai game leaves MUCH to be desired, making the game easier and less worrisome.
Replay Ability: Wonderful. There is always the opportunity to return, creating a character with a different class, different race and follow a new path.
The Bottom Line : Overall the game is very good, a good story, good voice acting, a huge map, many missions. The chart was very good for that time. A chance to this great game of TES series. I assure you that if you liked the more you will enjoy much Skyrim Oblivion. Mainly discover much talking in Skyrim and you always wanted to know how it happened.