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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review: Strong Like A Viking, Thin Like An Assassin

It took 13 years and a slew of episodes for the Assassin’s Creed series for this brand new installment and then return to the Middle Ages. Valhalla , the new title, takes us back to the first years of the Golden Age of the Vikings and has chosen to forge its own path compared to its two predecessors, Origins and Odyssey . A colony to manage, from infiltration based on crowd concealment, the more extensive use of environmental puzzles, all grafted onto the modern Action-RPG approach of the license: anxious to offer a “best” approach. -of ”of the series, has Assassin's Creed Valhalla succeeded? Before we get started, a quick word is needed on the options at the start of the game: on this point, Assassin's Creed Valhalla is adorned with some good ideas offering better customization of the experience: it is for example possible to configure the difficulty of combat, that of exploration (offering more or fewer indications) and infiltration (determining the ability of enemies to

NHL 21 Review - hockey like in the old days

Let's forget about bubbles and matches without an audience. This year, NHL 21 didn’t need any big innovations to bring guilty pleasure to hockey and video game fans: it is enough to bring in the virtual world what is now technically impossible in times of pandemic. There are quite a few new things in the new edition of the venerable NHL franchise, launched in 1993 and developed by the Vancouver studio of EA Sports, available since October 16. But these are mostly technical improvements that make players more realistic, with an increased panoply of typical feints and gestures and significantly improved artificial intelligence. All this under the cries of the virtual crowd, with surprisingly relevant comments from the two analysts, giving an atmosphere that the poor real games of the last Stanley Cup series were far from having. Seven new combos First observation: the reshoots of important games and goals are very successful, changing the angle of the camera and alternating between

Ghost of Tsushima Review - A Final Tour De Force For The PlayStation 4

I don't even know if I could introduce this review by saying that just a few months ago, Ghost of Tsushima was a PlayStation 4 exclusive that almost went fail on the market. Lying in the shadow of the launch of The Last of Us Part 2,  this Sucker Punch's game only recently gained attention, following the release of a trailer. Fortunately, Sony had a good idea to advertise it as it should, otherwise, we could have missed a game that deserves great honors!  The phantom standing before the invader Japan, 1274. Led by one of the descendants of Genghis Khan, the Mongols invade Japan, not hesitating to slaughter the Japanese people and set their homes on fire. The last bulwark against the enemy, the samurai unsuccessfully attempts to repel the invader. Defying death twice rather than once, unwillingly witnessing the capture of your uncle as well as the destruction of your island, you take what little courage you have left to challenge the Mongol forces and save your people. You are

Road To Guangdong Review - Lots Of Effort For A Family Dinner

What a seductive idea to embark on a road trip, crossing China with the sweet hope of discovering corners that we are not used to seeing in video games. This is the initial proposition of Road to Guangdong , which offers us a dented car as a coach to cross this Chinese province in order to reunite a family who is trying somehow to keep a bond. Sunny, the heroine of the story has just inherited the family restaurant after the death of her parents. Without much experience, she nevertheless takes responsibility for it and decides, on the advice of her aunt, to go with her on a road trip to convince all her relatives to join her for the annual family meal. But also to bring all the family recipes that will perhaps make the success of the restaurant when it reopens. Under the tunes of Lulu Wang's The Farewell, the game puts all the emphasis on the roots of this young woman who finds herself under the weight of new responsibilities, reconnecting with a family that she doesn't see oft

Wasteland 3 Review - Chill And Kill

In this game, we are in the 22nd century, and Hell has frozen over - at least if Colorado is Hell to you. This is clearly the case in Wasteland 3: Colorado Springs escaped the nuclear holocaust that started Wasteland's story, but a lingering nuclear winter covers the entire state under its yoke. Radiation leaks through deep valleys. Killer clowns ravage the eastern plains. A cult of Ronald Reagan controls Colorado's oil reserves. It's a setting that clearly doesn't lack personality for this long and often difficult Isometric RPG, which does better than Wasteland 2 on almost every level. If you prefer snowy post-apocalyptic landscapes rather than sandy ones, rest assured: you don't have to play stuffy and dusty Wasteland 2 to understand what's going on in this sequel. You play as a duo of the Arizona Desert Rangers, a half-western, half-SF militia whose base was destroyed at the end of Wasteland 2. The Rangers head to Colorado after a local leader proposes the Ar

The Best Racing Game For Your PS4 in 2020

Racing games on PS4 are on the rise: Motorsports are still popular with gamers, and Sony's console is the perfect place to get started. Here is a selection of the best racing games to check out on PlayStation. Racing games are still a big trend when it comes to video games. It must be said that the choice is vast and the developers offer very varied titles, focused on the competition, on team play, with a story, in open-world, playable online, or by two on one the same PlayStation 4. Whether you are a fan of the Need For Speed-style automotive challenge, whether you enjoy the wacky challenges offered by Crash Bandicoot Team Racing Nitro Fueled, or whether you are looking for the realism of a Gran Turismo Sport, racing game, this isn't what it lacks on PS4. And there is something at every price and every one tastes: it is up to you to choose the Playstation game that suite all your needs, without making a dent in your budget. My selection allows you to make your choice among the

Marvel's Avengers Review - The Good And The Bad Side of the Game

When it comes to Marvel's Avengers, it's strange how much excitement and doubt arouses over the famous Square Enix project. On the one hand, seasoned superhero fans put their faith in the talent of Crystal Dynamics, and on the other, a bunch of players is ready to battle against the funny game design opted from the Canadian firm. Here, the creators of Tomb Raider going to develop the side of the slasher-looter with, at the center of the story, an unknown heroine in the person of Miss Marvel (not to be confused with Captain Marvel, widely popularized in the past from the movie) aka Kamala Khan, a young high school student starting out in the field. As we approach an imminent scheduled release in early September, I was able to get my hands on the beta scheduled for August for the general public, quietly and full of curiosity. A generous demo that was left to feel for almost five hours. The time has therefore come for a first verdict, half fig, half grape. Basically, the idea of ​

Horizon Zero Dawn Review - The PS4 Exclusive Is Coming To PC, Is It Really The Ultimate Version?

Three years after its release on PS4, Horizon Zero Dawn has lost none of its intrinsic qualities. The original universe, classic but effective open-world, impressive bestiary, and interesting fights are once again answering the call. In addition, this PC version does not really usurp its subtitle "Complete Edition" since it includes the downloadable content The Frozen Wilds as well as bonus packs. And, above all, it displays even more sophisticated graphics than before. On the other hand, even if the game is more beautiful than ever, it is currently capricious and prone to crashes. You can always try to go between the drops, but I recommend that you wait for the first patches before you jump on the Steam version or the Epic Games Store. Between Xbox Game Pass and the arrival of old PlayStation exclusives, it's been pretty good being a PC gamer these days. After Halo, Gears of War, Detroit Become Human, or even Death Stranding, it is the turn of the Horizon Zero Dawn franc

The Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Games Ever Played Before

Today, I decided to tell you more about the games that can be found for the Sony PlayStation 4. Have you ever wondered what are the best games for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) by the way? From inFamous Second Son to Destiny to The Last of Us, Tomb Raider, or TowerFall Ascension, this list should give you a good start to the answer. You will find the best titles where we are accompanied by a sidekick, and where this situation serves the game. This list is taken from the best from word of mouth: it is compiled from the participation of several Internet users and the list order responses were also given by each participant. So this is not a listing from other statistic websites this is mainly my listing to not say a Top 10 of the best PS4 games. So stay with me, let's get started right away. The Last of Us: Remastered (2014) The Last of Us Remastered includes the base game, It contains the Left Behind DLC, and the abandoned packs of the multiplayer map packs territories. As soon as you lau