FarCry New Dam – REVIEW

With less than a year to go before the Joseph Seed cult, Ubisoft brings us back to Hope County with Far Cry New Dawn, a kind of individual expansion that serves as a sequel to Far Cry 5. This new story takes place after the nuclear final of the last delivery, so it explores a civilization that begins to rebuild after spending years in underground bunkers. That Ubisoft takes the bases seated by the main deliveries of Far Cry to create experiences of this type is nothing new. After all,…

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Metro Exodus – REVIEW

They say that inspiration can come from absolutely anywhere, especially from other means of entertainment that do not necessarily have much to do with the work that the author is trying to represent. In 2010, the Ukrainians of 4A Games convinced the late THQ to do an FPS under the name of Metro 2033 based on the novel of the same title by the Russian writer, Dmitry Glukhovsky, who eight years earlier, had released his work on a website for that anyone could enjoy without paying a single cent. The…

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Apex Legends – REVIEW

Apex Legends is a free Battle Royale located in the universe of Titanfall where you will control a Legends team that will face players from all over the world to gain fame and fortune. The Legends It is impossible not to compare Apex Legends with other games such as Overwatch or Fortnite, because here also seeks to create characters with unique personalities and full of life, but it is the elements of the original product (Titanfall) that makes this game interesting. Apex invites you to try the different skills, weapons…

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Just Cause 4 – REVIEW

The more technology advances, the easier it is for developers to be able to offer players freedom. Some sagas, like Just Cause, have turned freedom into their hallmark, and others, like The Legend of Zelda, have begun to experiment with it to redefine its formula. After a third installment that already put the current consoles to the limit, Avalanche has decided to go a step further and offer an even more ambitious and spectacular adventure. Against all odds Just Cause 4 repeats the formula of his predecessors offering us an…

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Resident Evil 2 – REVIEW

We dare with the analysis of Resident Evil 2 Remake for PS4, Xbox One and PC, a “survival horror” of classic development that stays true to the original PlayStation (which has already reached 20 years) but with a control, a technical section and an updated script. How do you recognize a masterpiece? We’ve been playing Resident Evil 2 on PlayStation for more than twenty years, and we still remember every moment as if it had been yesterday; zombies crawling through the streets of Raccoon City bathed in the light of…

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Battlefield V – REVIEW

The First Person Shooter, one of the most popular genres within the videogame industry, has experienced two great epochs: the one of skinny cows and the one of very fat cows. Many have been the titles that have paraded on the catwalk of this genre, including the odd negrito in rice; the examples are clear: there is the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, a title that many would like to forget, or, the great proposal of my compis of DICE and EA, Battlefield 1. In 2016 the game of both…

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Red Dead Redemption 2 – REVIEW

We have waited eight long years for Red Dead Redemption 2, but I can guarantee that the last eight long minutes of its installation are almost eternal. It is when you can only suspect that Rockstar has given the best of itself once again, and it is only to wait passively and helplessly in front of your console to confirm it. Why do I say it? As soon as the studio logo is presented and the adventure starts, you have the control, you already have control over what is going…

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FIFA 2019 – REVIEW

The theory of communicating vessels is often applied in football to, for example, reflect the status of the two main competitors of the Spanish championship. Many times it is assured that when things go well for Real Madrid, they go badly for FC Barcelona … and vice versa. For a long time that has also been applied to the Pro Evolution Soccer saga and to FIFA. When one lived its darkest time, the other offered some of its most vibrant deliveries, and also the opposite. You can read in our…

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Marvel’s Spider-Man – REVIEW

Hard task is to adapt Spider-man today, to consoles. Complicated by the maturity achieved by other superhero titles, such as the ‘Batman: Arkham’. Sweet because it comes when the hero has managed to revitalize his film franchise, but demanding because it is with this that we are going to compare. And finally, it is hard for the legacy of the previous video games of Spider-man, unable to be faithful to the character or capture his spark. This is how Insomniac had to face this return of Spider-man to videogames: as…

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God of War 4 – REVIEW

What Santa Monica has done is worthy of study. Throughout all these years, since the first announcement of God of War, we have hardly had a handful of trailers that do not reflect more than the tone of the new adventure of Kratos. All accompanied by a single sample of the game to the press. For a license as important as this, one may think that secrecy is a lack of confidence. The result, however, is quite the opposite and God of War has been one of the best experiences…

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