Review: Uncharted – Thief’s End

I like the Uncharted games. I don’t necessarily love them as much as I love, for instance, The Witcher III or God of War, but I will happily devote some hours of my time playing as Nathan Drake. So it was only natural that I bought the final instalment (featuring Nate at least).

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Review: Detroit: Become Human

Someone at my previous job who also played video games recommended Detroit: Become Human to me, and I put it on my list for further research. (I like to do research before I actually buy a game. Games are expensive. You don’t want to buy something that turns out not to be your kind of game.) The reviews for this game were good, and my favourite online retailer happened to have it as a Black Friday sale, so I decided to give it a chance. (Don’t get me started on how Black Friday really doesn’t need to be a thing here). I’m glad I made that particular decision.

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Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

Though I’d heard the title Horizon Zero Dawn come up a few times here and there on the internet after the game was released, I hadn’t really thought about buying and playing it after I finished God of War and saw some pictures on the internet of Kratos, Atreus and Aloy, and also of Geralt of Rivia and Aloy. I was intrigued, read some reviews and purchased the game.

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Review: God of War

After finishing God of War III Remastered, I waited patiently to hear news of another God of War game. When the E3 trailer came out, I was more hyped than I was for season 7 of GOT, and I was pretty hyped for that (WHAT IS HYPE MAY NEVER DIE!!!). This game promised to be something else completely, promised us a new side to Kratos and I was ready for it. Or so I thought.

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Review: Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

I bought Uncharted: The Nathan Drake collection in a combination deal with my Playstation. The collection is comprised of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted: Among Thieves and Uncharted: Drake’s Deception. I finished the last game of the three on the 2nd of April. And what a ride it was.

Before I bought the games I didn’t really know anything about the Uncharted series except for the fact that it was about an explorer. I figured it was something like Indiana Jones/Tomb Raider. I was right, kinda.

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Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition

I jumped into the Dragon Age franchise with Dragon Age: Inquisition, an action role-playing game. And, as usual, it’s the third game published. I jumped in without researching the preceding games, and in a way, you don’t really need to. All you need to understand is right there in the game itself. Sure, there must be tons of lore that went right over my head, but that didn’t hamper my enjoyment of the game at all.

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