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Fable 3 | Xbox 360 Review

Microsoft Game Studios
Developer: Lionhead Studios
Xbox 360 Review

When I first got my Xbox 360 I wasn't sure what to play and downloaded/bought a number of games one of which was Fable 3, people kept telling me it was rubbish and not worth playing but I really enjoyed the game as a whole, I ended up getting it back when it was free on Xbox Gold this was back in 2013 I think. I had never played any of the other Fable games so I started Fable 3 with no expectations, people did tell me to play the others first but I wanted to crack on and play something new (new to me that is). Fable 3 came out back in 2010 so I was very behind with the franchise but excited to get through the story especially when I found out that I could choose from a male or female protagonist, me being me went for the female as I wanted a woman to save Albion.

Fable 3, from what I know takes place 50 years after Fable 2 which is a big reason why I should have played the previous games, you play as a prince or princess whose older brother takes over the thrown when your father dies. Logan (the elder brother who is now king) has changed since taking the throne, he has turned into someone his family no longer recognise and rumours have started about him one of which was that Logan had one of his people executed, even though this is only a reason people started to protest and your character decided to investigate what really happened. Logan being the cruel man he now gives his sibling a choice he can either have the protesters executed or the players love interest, I actually can't remember what I chose but I do remember fleeing my brother.

Simon Belmont | Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

A few weeks ago my partner introduced me to Castlevania, we were browsing Netflix and he came across the latest series and told me all about the games and how much he enjoyed them, we proceeded to watch the series on Netflix and I really enjoyed it, I'm really looking forward to season 2. Once it went off I asked him to show me some gameplay of the games I would like best and he went on to show me all of them, since then I have been reading up about the games and would love to get the PS3 Castlevania games to play through (I will eventually), yesterday I was on my Discord server and one of my friends told me that Simon Belmont from Castlevania will be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, I unfortunately still don't own a Switch to play it but thought it would be a great addition to the line up they already have.

Assassin's Creed Unity | PS4 Review

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
PS4 Review

When I first got my PS4 back in 2014 Assassin's Creed Unity was the second game I purchased for it, I initially only wanted it so I could play Destiny with my friends but you can't have a PS4 and only play one game that would be pointless, I paid the full price for AC Unity and when I put the disc in I discovered how glitchy it was and couldn't proceed any further than the first sequences. I wasn't too happy about that and it made me annoyed that I had actually paid full price, now 4 years on I finally decided to give it a second chance, a lot of the glitches and bugs had been finished and I felt it was worth giving it a try. I deleted my previous save to start fresh and the game ran smoothly, for about 3 sequences and then I kept getting similar glitches throughout the game but it didn't make the game unplayable which is the main thing.

Assassin's Creed Unity is set in Paris during the French Revolution so it was very hostile and lots of people were living in squalor and trying to be heard within the game but still has a lot to do with the Templars, It wouldn't be Assassin's Creed if it didn't have templars in am I right? The game is about a young boy by the name of Arno Dorian who was born in Versailles, his father was an Assassin who was murdered by a man called Shay Patrick Cormac which took place at the end of AC Rogue, Arno was eventually adopted by a family who was part of the Templar Order, his adoptive father is also murdered and Arno sets out to find out who is responsible. Along the way to redemption Arno joins the Brotherhood of Assassin's, we all know how badass these guys are! throughout the game/story, Arno's rank will grow much like with Ezio, the more his rank goes up the better chance he has of killing higher level enemies, I, funnily enough, realised my rank was growing but my level which is measured in diamonds stayed at 2, I somehow got to the last sequences with those two diamonds.

Fallout Shelter | PS4 Review

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Developer: Bethesda Game Studios, Behaviour Digital Inc.
PS4 Review
Platforms: Android, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

Fallout Shelter was released a while back now for mobiles and when it was announced I hopped on the bandwagon and got it straight away, mostly because it's free and also because I love Fallout 4, it's a pretty simple game and kept me entertained for a number of weeks but that's all, I'm not slating the game in the slightest but it's not the most entertaining game out there is it? I'm going to give a full disclosure now I haven't got as far as most people with this game as I have far more interesting games to play through and Fallout Shelter is a game I usually play to waste a little time.

Since playing the mobile version I knew what kind of game it would be so I wasn't surprised that I still didn't enjoy it as much, to be honest, but what I want to emphasis on is this is a personal opinion you don't have to agree. The game lets you see Fallout from a different perspective than before, you are in total control of your vault, you even get to choose which number to give it, I chose 15 as I randomly picked a number. Once you enter the vault it's empty and a tutorial will explain how to run the vault, you can turn the tutorials off but they will benefit you massively by following them. Money doesn't come easy and you will need to have enough in order to buy different rooms such as a water treatment plant, cafeteria and a power source room, the more citizens and money you have the more rooms you will be able to unlock.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit | PS4 Review

Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: DONTNOD Entertainment
PS4 Review
Avaliable on: Steam, Xbox One, PS4

I have been waiting for something like this to come out, the artwork and elements from the other games, Max and Chloe's journey was an emotional one and I could go back and play over and over again even though I have got all the trophies for both Life is Strange and Life is Strange before The Storm, Square Enix was able to suck me into the lives of Max and Chloe, wanting to reassure them and help them, I felt helpless watch both stories unfold but it kept me hooked. Square Enix recently released a mini-game under the name of The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit about a young boy named Chris who lives with his father, from the get-go it's obvious he doesn't have the best life but with the help of his imagination, he gets through it. 

Ready Player One | Movie Review

Author: Ernest Cline.
Published: 2011
Movie adaptation: 2018
Director: Steven Spielberg

I know this website is for games but seeing as this movie is based on video games and has so many different elements of gaming I thought I would include it on the site. When Ready Player One was announced there were a lot of conflicting feelings towards it, not from me though, I choose to base my opinion on the movie once I had seen it because following the crowd and listening to what they think isn't always the best option especially when we all have different taste. I stopped myself from reading any of the reviews and my partner and I finally watched it, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the movie was directed by Steven Speilberg as I'm a big fan of his, he has a great vision when it comes to movies. Ready Player One started life as a book and the movie isn't true to the book but has a lot of aspects that they used in the book, which was only brought out back in 2011.

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