So… I asked you guys what games I should try out and I have chosen some that really stood out to me. Whether they are bad or good I will try and give my opinion about them.
Okay… I knew my friends would put this up so I am just going to get it out of the way now. My opinion is simple and cut to the point. I do not like this game. I think it is silly however I do believe it is fun. (Sometimes!)
Quickscope Simulator is a game poorly created that has hit big ‘somehow’ even though it shows a lot of brands in its game such as Xbox, PlayStation, Pokémon, Call of Duty, Mountain Dew, Sonic, Minecraft, MLG and whatever else you can think of because it is there. The game is only on PC.
So WARNING do NOT play this game if you are prone to epilepsy. I am very thankful that the game features at the beginning the copyright materials and acknowledges that it all belongs to their rightful owners.
The main screen is straight away a picture of ‘Nuketown’ just changed to ‘KushTown.’ You will hear a lot in the background like screaming, memes or swearing. You can change the difficulty, sensitivity and the Particles to ‘somehow’ enhance the game to make it whatever way you like. The game also features now expansion packs. It is very buggy, graphics are horrible and I could go on and on however it can be enjoyable to pass the time and give a bit of a laugh with friends but I would not play it for long.
The main aim of the game is to use your mouse, point and click to fire at the enemy. (You can also change your enemy in the settings from Call of Duty Soldiers to Shrek) Your main aim is to get as many kills as you can in order to get a kill streak but it’s pretty easy to get heaps. You also get care packages which are chosen at random to help you destroy everyone in mainly one go which you can choose from Weed and a poke ball along with a couple more.
A very fascinating game that I haven’t come across before strangely. I can tell why this game is meant solely for PC and PlayStation in order to capture ever line of detail within the art work created to make this 3D graphic book style as the graphics are enhanced immensely. The artwork shown is quite beautiful as the pastel colours are mixed in with a new sense of darkness or brightness.
The game was released in May of this year on the 20th. Transistor is a Sci-fi/Action packed RPG which encourages the player to explore a new futuristic world where they wield an extraordinary large unknown weapon to fight off robotic creatures. It is a fast paced strategic planning game that is also consumed in a very deep story depth atmosphere.
The game seems to unfold as follows… You play the character ‘Red’ a superstar who seems to be a singer. The beginning comes in quick as you seem to be shown what information is needed of your character background instantly. However in the gameplay before it revealed more of what the story holds. She is a target, threatened by five assassins however she is not alone. (A normal action packed adventure story) The weapon she wields slips away during the commotion and transports her across the city in mere seconds and the assassins go on the hunt. As you can see in the multiplayer it is very interesting how the relationship is placed upon the adventure they both undertake as the man lying there is actually someone she knows however the weapon was in that man which creates mystery. His consciousness is consumed into the weapon and it places the question, ‘Who is he?’
The beginning of the actually game begins with your character speechless but strangely your weapon speaks. How the weapon speaks to Red is interesting as it is not in a friend tone but in a way of a relationship “Back together again…” I kind of enjoy the voice of the weapon as it is very deep and sounds very soft however it kind of makes me feel uneasy at times rather than actually calming. It is only revealed few minutes later that the assassins had took reds voice. You also slowly upgrade your different abilities quite easily as it’s by the amount of experience you gather from the robots (known as processors) which is like most games.
This game is really fascinating and I quite adored the plot which I believe I should not reveal any more for people to take on the game themselves to experience it. I do believe one thing that might put people off by the game is the repetitive actions might actually get annoying at times unless you enjoy RPG games.
Age of Empires 2
Age of Empires is one of my classics for PC, to be honest it was the first game, sadly besides Sims that I ever played on PC. Mainly because of my brothers were huge fans of it. The game has really evolved over time to make such events historical or fake become so realistic that you feel that your there and control your side.
Age of Empires is basically a point and click game however it involves tactical planning and movements in order to conquer all. It’s a tactical war simulation game that gives you the ability to create your own civilisation. You can build your city in whatever you want, create more defence and put up a wall, make lots of troops to defend the city but not just create and make… Command the people to do what you want in the battlefield. You can even do historical scenarios relevant to the time period and events that happened to whoever you choose.
The game is really a simple and easy game to follow even without a storyline half the time. You just take control of it all. Other games I would recommend besides the other Age of Empire Games would be Total War: Rome. Brilliant game.