Being a sports game their isn’t a WHOLE lot that I feel I can tell you. The visuals are stunning and realistic, the blood splatter and damage effects alone are amazing to see. Everything is very fluid and feels real, and the power behind big hits kinda blows my mind sometimes.
One big thing I can tell you though that might encourage you to play this if you’re on the fence is the career mode. Career mode is so in depth, starting you from the very bottom and making you fight to the top while training and having press conferences that actually make real differences in the way you climb the ladder and the people you fight. The customization of fight moves is awesome too. Being able to choose your fight style and assign specific moves really makes it feel MMA and not just a boxing/wrestling simulator.
If you are in to this kind of thing it’s definitely a good buy, I often go back to it just to take out some stress.
Anthem is a game that is not only widely anticipated, but highly anticipated within my close knit group of friends… Destiny was big for me and everyone I game with and when Destiny 2 came out I was very ecstatic. Unfortunately, Destiny 2 was a major let down and fell off of my radar rather quickly. I, along with everyone else, have kept myself busy with Overwatch been have been starved for a new MMO. Well, I’m very happy to say that if you are in this same boat than this will fill that hole.
Anthem is an MMORPG, or “Massively-Miltiplayer-Online-Role-Playing-Game”. Though I have never played Warframe I hear it compared to that quite a bit. I feel it is HEAVILY like Destiny though. Like Destiny it is a shooter with heavily customizable loudouts, looting systems, and co-op missions. On the surface however two aspects set the games apart. Anthem is a third person shooter instead of first and allows you to pick from multiple different exosuits, or Javelins. The Javelins play different roles in combat such as tank, distance, speed, and all-around. I like this a lot because I always felt MMO’s on console lacked roles in combat.
As for the gameplay itself it is is very smooth. Combat makes you feel powerful yet still becomes overwhelming if you get carried away. Flying is fun and feels like you’re Iron Man. The visuals are fantastic with the world being really unique and just awesome to look at when you’re not getting shot.
All around I think this game will be a hit as long as EA doesn’t make the same mistakes they have in the past. But as for BioWare, I think they are back to the makers we know and love.
Play Station exclusives man… Play Station gets all the good ones…. Detroit: Become Human is the latest masterpiece by Quantic Dream and David Cage, the french powerhouse behind The acclaimed 2010 game, Heavy Rain. I’m a sucker when it comes to decision based games. If I could play a game that is just a movie I make the decisions in, that is probably all I would ever play. Well, this is as close as I think you will ever get. Just like Heavy Rain, Detroit is absolutely beautiful, I could spend hours just exploring and taking in all the beauty and small details. What is great about this game that sets it apart from most other decision based games is that it really feels like every tiny thing matters. You could make a seemingly small decision in the beginning of the game that I didn’t make and have an entirely different outcome at the end… Detroit: Become Human follows three story lines; Conner, Marcus, and Kara/Alice. All of them intertwine at one point or another, but Conner and Marcus play opposite sides of the same coin throughout the game. Conner, the android sent by Cyberlife, is investigating the deviants and trying to stop them with the help of Lt. Hank Anderson, a surly, android hating detective. Their chemistry and how they play off each other is EASILY the best part of the game. Marcus is the one leading the deviants to freedom and you can basically either be Jesus, or fucking Hitler when it comes to him. No real middle ground, just savior or devil and I love it so much. Kara and Alice round out the final story line and are honestly pretty expendable. They show the parental and family capabilities of the androids, but you could kill them off early on and it honestly wouldn’t even matter. Their honestly kind of boring at times. In conclusion this game is beautiful and nothing short of a masterpiece in my eyes. No two people will have the exact same experience playing through, meaning you can also play through countless times by yourself. Love.