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Favorite games: Devil May Cry Series, Killer Instinct, Street Fighter series, Mortal Kombat series, Tekken(1-7), Marvel vs Capcom series and a few more
Ladies and gents it’s Shadowjin here and welcome back to another review here on Kumazoku! Today we’re swinging into the brand-new Spider-Man game and let me tell you, this game is ridiculously amazing! They did not let us down not one bit at all! As a big Marvel fan is super happy that this game exists right now. Everything from the story, to the combat mechanics, to the missions, to the swinging mechanics, to the…… We’re just going to talk about all of it! There’s just so much to love about this game that there was I barely anything things that I didn’t like. First thing I want to talk about is the story. Of course, without spoiling for those who haven’t gotten through this spectacular story that Insomniac Games put together.
I am not going to sugar coat it, I feel bad for dissing the settings that they had people in when the Sony E3 conference first came on. I did guess right when the gentleman that came on stage playing the Banjo started myself and my homie Lady Arsenic knew it was the start of The Last of Us Part 2.
You’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be a supernatural Detective? The world is being spun into chaos because of a war that will shake both land and the heavens. It is up to you the Harbinger to settle this dispute and find out who is resurrecting this great evil known as Voden.
A lot of gamers were asking about when is the Nintendo Switch obtaining Monster Hunter: World or maybe another adaptation of its kind, because why not? For me, Monster Hunter began on the PS2 but found a nice stable home on the Nintendo Islands for many years. So when Monster Hunter: World was announced I was shocked there was no mention of a Nintendo Switch port.
Spring is just full of new games coming out and I am happy to report one coming to both PC and the Nintendo Switch. This is a new Survival RPG that will pit players into a whole underworld of survival. From the Developers Solar Steel LTD and Published by Curve Digital comes Smoke and Sacrifice.
We are getting closer to E3 2018 and of course, the news is starting to fly off the interweb shelves. Recently Ubisoft just released a new video showcasing some new combat maneuvers combat with nice motion capture. Let’s take a look.
It has been half a decade since the last time we had a God of War game and it has been an interesting wait to hear anything of the former god making a return. It wasn’t until the PlayStation Experience in 2016 where we got a glimpse of the new Kratos in a new land and here we are with our review of God of War.
Disclaimer: We were given a free copy of Extinction, but keep in mind that our review will not be swayed by that, please enjoy.
Always the last and it always seems as if people never heed your warnings of danger. As a Sentinel, it is your duty to protect those indeed of salvation against the Ravini. These Titans are on a rampage to wipe out civilization with the help of their jackals. Avil and Xander are the last Sentinels that can save humanity who once was at each other’s throats will now have to stand and survive these titans.
Disclaimer: There will be No Spoilers in this review, please enjoy and read with ease.
The first time I heard about this game was last year during the VGA’s and Josef Fares as we all know worked on Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons which was a beautiful and unique experience as an indie title. This time around the developers with EA Originals takes us on not just a new video game adventure, but a cinematic interactive experience. This is A Way Out.
Never the series to disappoint, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is another gem Sega has to offer. With its sleek new engine, intense story, and tons of mini-games and side missions; Yakuza 0 defiantly a must have for any gamers collection! Please keep in mind that this is a review sent by Sega and we are under strict rules not to give away any spoilers. We want you to have the same experience and we plan to stick to what is key and what works.