Review: Clandestine

The world’s intelligence community’s secrets are in danger, with countless cover agents’ identities exposed. Someone has to find those responsible, in the cover of night with Clandestine operations.

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TMA Let’s Play – Deus Ex Human Revolution

A few weeks ago someone leaked the announcement trailer for the Deus Ex: Human Revolution sequel, Makind Divided. As is often the case when I hear about a sequel to a game I love, I immediately thought, “I need to play HR again!” I did the same with the Overlord game when I saw a teaser image from Codemasters–which has now turned into a teaser trailer for Fellowship of Evil. Continue reading TMA Let’s Play – Deus Ex Human Revolution

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review

The Good

  • Fantastic cast of characters.
  • Blackbeard
  • Edward is a very strong protagonist.
  • Fluid combat.
  • Streamlined naval combat.
  • Vast open-world.
  • Strong and very emotional story.
  • Fun puzzle-oriented Present-Time gameplay.
  • Desmond files.

The Bad

  • Meaningless Collectibles.
  • Upgrading is a grind.
  • Flat Present-day characters.
  • Too many “Tail” and “Eavesdrop” objectives.

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Deus Ex Human Revolution Director’s Cut – Reworked Boss Fights

When Deus Ex Human Revolution first released, there was quite a bit of backlash because of the boss design, forcing you into straight-up shootouts when your build might not be the most Action Star oriented. Thankfully, this “little” issue with the game has now been fixed with the Director’s Cut, released on October 2013, in which all three major boss fights: Barrett, Yelena and Namir have been overhauled, allowing for multiple strategies depending on your build. Continue reading Deus Ex Human Revolution Director’s Cut – Reworked Boss Fights