When I first saw it, Airborne Kingdom instantly reminded me of Skies of Arcadia. Similarly, you travel across vast uncharted airspace, make discoveries and recruit people to your cause.
It puts you in charge of a floating sky vessel. Though initially small, seeing it glide across the sky, especially against the backdrop of a rising sun, is a marvellous sight to behold.
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Games like Uncharted and The Last of Us make you feel like you’re playing a movie. They make you relate to the characters, believe in their predicament and act out based on their ideologies. For all you know, they’re real people.
The Last of Us Part 2 continues this tradition. Despite some shortcomings, it raises the bar for cinematography and storytelling in video games. It conveys that any actions you perform, any decisions you make, can lead to dire consequences for you and those around you.
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I’ve lost count on how many times I’ve replayed Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Every time I finished the game, I felt an urge to play it again, try out different scenarios and unlock different endings and costumes. With impeccable pacing, environments and puzzles, it struck a fine balance between action and horror and frequent encounters with Nemesis were goosebump-inducing. Continue reading Resident Evil 3 Remake Review: Survival Horror at 200MPH
When Capcom announced a long overdue remake to Resident Evil 2, I genuinely couldn’t hold my excitement. Much like everyone else.
Back in the distant 1996, when the horror genre was still in its infancy, Resident Evil took the throne by introducing survival horror. It featured a number of playable characters, intricate puzzles, and a unique setting.
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