Almost a month has passed since this sequel was released and I haven't heard a single good thing. AButtonGames has yet to give it a go but we are reluctant to do so. It seems that the game suffers from some pretty heavy gameplay issues, over-simplified A.I. patterns, and terrible voice acting. This game is cringy and we haven't even played it yet. If you are a die hard fan I would suggest that you wait for the best deal possible, rent it, or just forget it exists. We have determined that Fear Effect Sedna is Dead on Arrival - or as Game Informer would put it "Dead on Revival".
As a long time fan of Assassin's Creed series I was unexcited with the news of this remaster. Sure the original game was fun when it released 4 years ago, but it hasn't been that long since then. Assassin's Creed games are so similar as it is that making an old game with new graphics seems a little stale... and looking at the reviews from Metacritic, IGN, and Trusted Review, my concerns are confirmed. The game didn't seem to fix the clunky game-play glitches from the original and just remastered the graphics. Boo Ubisoft! BOO! Like they mention in the reviews, if you never played the original Rogue, definitely pick up the remastered version as it is still a good game.
Hey! AButtonGames here to give you this brief summary of the new Titan Quest release for the PS4, Xbox One, and eventually Switch. For the small sum of $120.00 you can get all the collectibles below (We won't be buying after the pretty terrible reviews). It seems that this "Remaster" got a new coat of paint but is still pretty dated and contains some serious performance issues. Take a look and see what the reviews say so far.
Release Date: March 20, 2018
Engine: Unreal Engine
Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo are in constant competition with their consoles and are always trying to 1UP each other. With that being said, official news on the development and release of their new consoles are tightly kept secrets, but that doesn’t stop the rumors and speculation. Read on for info on what we know, rumors, and insight on the release of the PS5, Xbox Two, and Nintendo Switch 2 (If that’s what they will actually be called).
We take a look at look at the latest with Fortnite, Youtubers taking to twitch (200k followers with no stream?!) , and two new games that everyone should be watching for.
Fortnite Battle Royal: Epic Games Brings their Gaming Giant to the Smallest Devices. Here’s What You Need to Know! We discuss the key difference between the mobile and console versions as well as how to sign up. What you need to play and what to expect when you play this game on mobile devices!
Welcome to the Flavor of the Week, where we will be talking about what games AButtonGames has been checking out, what games are hot, and what to expect!
As many of you know a couple of big games came out for Playstation Plus this month: Bloodborne and Ratchet and Clank 2! AButtonGames jumped on the opportunity to download and play, and we are quite satisfied so far. In addition check out the latest update on Fortnite and its record breaking week. It's all below!
In case you are behind the loop PS4 Pro is the latest and greatest console release for Playstation. It’s bigger, better, and packs better graphics! Does that mean you should run out and buy it right now? No. No it does not mean that. Let us help you decide whether Playstation 4 Pro is actually a good fit for you.
Is Fortnite the ultimate battle royal victor? It certainly looks poised for a takeover! Plus, coming to mobile with cross-play support!
Release Date: 3/6/2018
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Game Rating: 3/5
Release date: February 20, 2018
Check out the Flavor of the Week with the new Final Fantasy XV release for PC, comments on the outstanding JRPG Persona 5, and a sneak peak look at the new Metal Gear Survive.
CNN recently published an article on how they feel violence in video games can certainly impact real life and the steps they feel we should take to avoid such situations. We would like to take some time to break down this article and point out some major flaws in the conclusions.
EA Games - Facing challenges this year. Does the consumers have more power than originally thought? Will this force an organizational and industry shift for the better?