Carrying on with the theme I started last month, I’m back for the last day of April to talk about my month in gaming. This month hasn’t been very eventful, particularly the past few weeks but there’s still a few things to talk about!
The majority of games are much more fun when played with friends. There are quite a few different games that I play with friends depending on who I’m playing with and the mood we’re in, so for this category I’m going to pick a few games that I play with friends that I wouldn’t choose to play by myself.
When you are really enjoying a game, it can be so hard to put it down sometimes. This is normally the case for me until I get near the end, and then I slow down because I never want it to end! There’s probably only a handful of games that I’ve finished extremely quickly, but there’s one in particular that springs to mind.
Weird could define a lot of things whether it be weird plots/storylines or weird gameplay elements. The game I am choosing for this category is a mixture of the two and a game that always comes to mind when thinking about strange games.
There have been many quests in games that have frustrated me or have just generally been a pain to complete. Whether the quest be difficult, something you hate doing or just ridiculously time consuming, I’m sure we’ve all experienced a quest that suits this category.
Patch 5.7 will be released on PC on 24th April and console a week later on 1st May. This week it’s a fairly small patch as Hi-Rez prepare for the Slavic God release in 5.8. As Hi-Rez have decided they don’t want any information to leak from now on, we’re not sure about who this God is yet. A preview has been announced for release on Friday, so maybe we’ll find out more then!
Although I play Guild Wars 2 and Smite regularly due to their frequent updates, I don’t like to have multiple games on the go. I will generally play two or maybe stretch to three other games at the same time which I try my best to complete before moving on to something else.
Dedicated fans who become so passionate about some of the games they play is what defines a cult game in my opinion. For this reason, I’m choosing a game which isn’t as credited as it should be and I adore this game in so many ways.
There are games that so many people love that have outstanding reviews and there are also games that so many people hate that have negative reviews. Just because the majority of people have similar opinions about certain games doesn’t mean you have to.
There can be many reasons why a game could give you a “whoa” kind of feeling whether it be because it has a great story, fantastic visuals, outstanding music, or just because you really connected with the game in general. The open world game I’m choosing for the category is a game very close to my heart.