Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Review + Free guide

I haven’t had much gameplay time but this is becoming my favourite survival game, the map is huge – you can easily play for hours, it’s really fun with your friends or on single-player. I don’t know what PvP is like but I’m enjoying PvE, there’s locations where it expands more on the story. It’s a nice game I can come home to, enjoyable for casual players – singleplayer custom mode if you want a challenge.

The core of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection is combat, and the developers agree through their display of making the vast majority of the servers PvP.
The combat however is a joke, it has a laggy feel without actually being related to lag, it can be seen in both multiplayer AND singleplayer.
You can be standing directly in front of someone, be it a player or a npc, hit them, and the hit does not actually connect.
The hitboxes and weapons are so badly programmed that the entire combat system feels laggy without actually involving lag.
You can repeatedly hit a NPC on your screen in singleplayer, without any of the hits actually doing any damage, because you never know if a hit will actually connect or not, combat becomes extremely unenjoyable.
When it does not connect, it can be deadly as the NPC or player can combo hit you without you being able to do anything about it.
The animations of the combat may look cool, but that stops as soon as you see that what the animations do, and what actually happens in combat is not the same, with the animations hitting and the damage never being done. Oh and watch this video: How to get Street Fighter 30th Anniversary for FREE

There are a dozen more reasons for why this game is so underwhelming, but there is no point going into them when the core of the game alone is so unpolished. Almost all other areas of the game lacks the same attention to detail and polish as the combat does.

This game is as much a flop as the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection was and continues to be.
Funcom continues to establish its reputation as an unreliable game developer.
I hope future Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection games will be licensed to more competent developers.

Nudity is what sold this game to the masses. Nudity does not however make the game fun or make up for all it’s shortcomings. Think about that before you buy the next game that uses nudity to sell it self.

Dark Souls is the best game ever made.

Hello Dark Souls my old friend
I’ve come to review you again
I spent so many hours playing
thinking of strategies for winning
and now a remaster is on the way
still you say

The bug are numerous, and the backstabs are infuriating. But when you break it down to its core it is a great game that I have bought for both pc and xbox. If your looking for a game with interesting lore, and a mystical world. Then this game is for you.

Truly one of the most remarkable games I have played to this day. I avoided it originally after seeing my friends struggle with the O&S fight, but buying it was a decision I will never regret. I am glad I got this while it was here, but I wish they had left this version on steam. This + DSFix from Nexus was all you really needed, throw in a few more texture and UI mods and this game was absolutely phenomenal. I will hope the Remastered is good for everyone who never got the chance to try this, but I have my doubts. Thanks for the endless entertainment. Oh and did I mention you can get the new dark souls remastered for free by watching that video

The remaster might be right here, but the classic is still… something that rhymes with classic… I really should have put more thought into writing this review. Dark Souls is a playful, joyful game full of heartwarming moments and cute NPCs. It’s ridiculously easy but you love it anyway, and it loves you back.

Overall The best game I’ve played ever, may have had some times where I wanted to quit, but NO! I kept at it and kept at it. Eventually I beat the game, but thats far from the true gameplay. Once you hit +1 game mode, you get a taste of what it’s really like. I hear the true ending is in +7 game mode But i’m not sure that’s true. I’ll keep playing until I do find out for sure

BTW The images to preview the game and the actual gameplay are completely different (Namely the deal with Great Wolf Sif and Artorias) But overall a fantastic game

I got Hyrule Warriors for FREE! + My Review

If you’ve played any recent survival-crafting game then you’ll be familiar with the basics of Hyrule Warriors. You need food and water for survival, but these can be acquired without too much effort. The world is inhabited by nasty people and creatures, though, and most are hostile towards a naked newcomer, so you must craft clothing, armour, weapons, and infrastructure to advance. Basic resources are include plants, wood, stone, iron, hide, and a number of more exotic substances, such as demon’s blood or soul essence, the latter of which you can use in prayers to your chosen god.

Building and crafting are core concepts, implemented with typical gameplay mechanics: build low-tier tools to harvest basic resources and combine these to make blocks for building structures and higher-tier tools for creating higher-tier resources. It’s all pretty standard stuff, but there’s a huge number of recipes unlocked with points earned each time you level up, allowing you to control how your character develops and what to create. Unfortunately, the feat screen only shows you what recipes are available; to find out what resources are required you have to purchase the feats first, and to find out what an item actually does, you have to craft it. It’s a bit of a disappointment in an otherwise excellent system and is frustrating for the new player.

Building rules are hard to work out for the beginner, too. After hours of play I still don’t really understand how the supports and foundations work; sometimes I can build what I expect and other times I can’t place the part where I want. In the end I built my sprawling, cliff-hugging house using roof pieces for floors. Sometimes fitting a piece is hard, too, requiring you to find just the right angle and mouse placement to fill a gap. I hate to say it, but I think 7 Days to Die does building better.

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The rest of the game is all about exploration of the impressive world and combat with its denizens. This is great fun, but very dangerous, especially if you don’t watch your stamina usage. In my first hour I’d already died more times in Hyrule Warriors than any other game in the genre. But respawning is fast and easy, and running off naked to recover your fallen belongings is a challenge all of its own. It’s a nice bonus, too, that when you do find your body you can cut it up and eat it, and use your own dismembered limbs as weapons. Did I mention it’s a bit gory?

Another nifty feature is the thrall system, by which you can subdue and break the will of NPCs, turning them into your slaves or bodyguards. Religion also features prominently and provides some spell-like effects in the otherwise relatively low-magic world.

Mario Kart 8! IT IS SO FUN!

Where do I even start? I have loved the Mario game series from the start and it’s grown and developed in the best way possible.

-> Beautiful graphics
-> Amazing realism
-> Great damage system
-> Too many to list…

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-> My only issue is that you can’t use PS3/Xbox 360 controllers but since buying a wheel it’s been perfectly fine.

This is one of the best racing games/Simulators to date. I’ve raced cars and boats all of my life. Now much older I leave the real racing to my son. But the day I discovered online racing, I was hooked. Mario kart 6 was good and I tried to few others, then Mario kart 7 came out and it was amazing. I averaged 4200 hours of FA seat time a year driving.  The Graphics are the best. After a few updates the Physics of Mario kart 8 out does any other simulator on the market. But it’s not perfect, The Licensing was a welcome addition, however due to a few unsportsmen like drivers how choose to host online races and then kick others not for bad driving, but for being faster, keeping a good license can be frustrating. Finely, I am giving Mario Kart 8 a temporary thumbs up. I say temporary because it is my hope that nintendo will fix the games one destroying error in there programming. That is the advantages given to console user over PC users. Consoles are given a 3 MPH advantage over PC along with added software that lets a console driver stay on track no matter how fast they drive. A PC user is Robbed from competing fairly.

Ill keep this short and sweet, in single player the AI seem to fight a bit harder in this one vs previous games but they still tend to be a bit reserved at times. The online experience can be a bit poor at times between the desync and people just acting childish. I enjoy myself though playable with an nintendo switch controller to a point but i found alot of time in my laps by switching to a Wheel setup. I would recommend this game but maybe get it on sale if you can.

This game is simply amazing, Nintendo have really outdone themself on every generation of the game, I would highly recommend this game to those racing fanatics like me, and to anyone interested in realistic, beautiful racing games!