Its been a couple of weeks, so Ubisoft released a new “Assassin’s Creed“, presumably from one of their 892 side studios, like Ubisoft New York or Ubisoft Delaware or something; and, of course, I had to purchase it, even after the unholy hell that was Unity.
After six days, my journey across the Sevastopol comes to an end as I reach the climax of Alien: Isolation. So how was the game? In a word: FANTASTIC. …Not without its fair share of problems, however.
While lurking on Joystiq today, I noticed an article letting everyone know that the elusive, almost Japanese-only Playstation TV (originally PS Vita TV) had been released today. I’ve been extremely intrigued by the potential awesomeness that the PSTV could be, so I headed out after work to pick one up. Overall, it’s a somewhat hit AND miss endeavor.
Before the grand survival horror Halloween event kicked off last week, I finished Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, so I thought I’d take a short break in posting updated stream videos of Alien: Isolation to share my thoughts on this unexpected hit.
This afternoon, I decided to pop in another game that dropped the same day as Alien: Isolation, as Alien isn’t exactly the kind of game you stream in the middle of the day. That game was Driveclub, which may be one of the most boringest of boring game experiences I have ever had. Good lord, it’s so freaking boring. I’m actually kind of mad at how boring it is.