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The year of 2017 has been a pretty good year for horror games but the reality is that most of this genre of gaming is borderline terrible. The horror genre as a whole has been on decline but releases like resident evil 7 pose an interesting question. Horror game reactions have become the light that shines on this genre unfortunately but some of the best horror games of the year show that experiences like evil within 2 are still very worthy of gamers attentions. The worst games in the genre are a far cry from the best, but let's take a look at what makes the genre so polarizing.
Call of Duty WW2 has come into 2018 and put on full display the reality behind this series. Whether its call of duty ww2 zombies or simply the multiplayer, what you have is an experience that defines average. The same could be said for black ops 3 and really every release of the past couple of years, gamings best selling franchise is far from its best game. Its time to look at call of duty ww2 and do a review of what this series is in its entirety, look at it from every angle and examine mediocrity.
As No Man's Sky continues to be updated heading into 2018, it still stands as one of gamings biggest failures. It was quite possibly the most hyped game of this decade and yet if one were to do a No Man's Sky review of what happened to it, its clear that this game was undercut by a very select few individuals. With Sony fully backing the project it was almost certain that the game would be a success. So what happened to No Man's Sky exactly, how did this game become one of the biggest messes gaming has ever created?
The year of 2018 will see telltale games release game of thrones season 2, walking dead season 4 and wolf among us season 2 but not everyone is excited. Telltale games problems are largely ignored by games media, but those that played Batman season 1 or 2 or guardians of the galaxy know exactly what’s being referred to. Today we look at why game of thrones and walking dead need to see telltale games switch up more than just their formula. It’s time to look at what telltale must change, why their reputation is failing and what’s next.
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Cuphead is officially one of 2017 hardest games and without a question one of the most interesting within the gaming landscape. In this cuphead review of difficulty we are going to be looking at the talk surrounding difficulty throughout the entirety of the gaming community and use new releases like mario odyssey and cuphead as points of reference. This will allow us to examine the questions that are most often asked, are games too easy? Can a game be too hard and is cuphead one of the games that is too difficult? Let's review all of these questions and hopefully come to a reasonable conclusion.