UPCOMING TOP 5 GAMES REVIEW
Assassin’s Creed 3
Assassin’s Creed of Valhalla now the recent Assassin’s Creed games have placed much more emphasis on exploration than previous ones and it looks like Valhalla is pretty much here to do that. What’s particularly interesting is that Valhalla is going to allow you to explore both Norway and England during the Viking age in England.
There’s four kingdoms. And yes London is in the game, which is really interesting considering we’ve had damn of Assassin’s Creed 3 take place in London in a different era a lot of it is going to be about settling the Farmland in England honestly in my opinion.
There’s a very big chance that this game is really ambitious and that can be either good or bad. Honestly the way that the Assassin’s Creed games have been going.
I’m going to lean towards good and I’m also just interested to see how they do London again. Basically different era London that’s going to be hitting late in the year. Probably ha Holiday season and it’s coming to basically every platform in including the new platforms position five and Xbox series.
Ghosts of tsushima
is ghosts of tsushima, which is coming out very soon this month and is frankly one of the most beautiful looking games out there now, they didn’t go for like a cartoon. Look it’s perhaps maybe a surrealism or a hyperrealism they went for I don’t really know how to put it because it definitely doesn’t just try to mirror. A real life.
It’s certainly injected with some element of style and you’re going to be looking at it all the time. And I think that just the look of this game is going to do a lot in making you want to see every single place in this world. The goal of the game is of course learning a new form of martial arts a new ghost form.
This game has been called a samurai simulator by some just too many assets for one sentence, and I’m just going to go ahead and say that I’m super stoked to drop into this world. It’s just see everything and slice some
Frankly, that’s that’s also going to be gratifying goes to tsushima is a PlayStation 4 exclusive and it hits July 17 and
is cyberpunk 2077, and we’ve talked to some extent about the kind of open world to expect out of this game. I’m super excited because the Impressions that people have put up to a play this game Jake included show us a world that is just incredibly dense and vertical technically.
The open world is smaller than the witcher’s but at the same time it goes up,. The buildings are for the most part able to be entered and it just seems like a massive undertaking to see everything this world. And of course there’s a story going on there’s things to do.
There’s stuff that you can actually do where if I’m honest a lot of what I’m interested in and just finding everything and seeing everything going everywhere
It looks like such a beautiful world and they’ve done so much with it apparently and yeah, all of the other aspects of the game look phenomenal in my eyes. I don’t know how anybody could
Want to play this game at this point it looks amazing in every way and it
Microsoft flight simulator
is Microsoft flight simulator 2020, which is the first flight simulator in a while and they claim it will have every single airport on Earth. Meaning you are going to want to fly over the entire planet a completionist will say to themselves. Yes, so I’m going to see all of Earth excellent, but this game looks so massive using satellite images Bing Maps everything.
I’m questioning if you’re actually going to be able to explore the entire world, like if you’ll have the time to which is a question that I think is great. Basically having the freedom to go everywhere and see the world deal with realistic weather and beautiful landscapes. I just need sounds really interesting and in a way that previous life Simulator games really have been able to give you an account. This is like just one of the most realistic looking camps have seen flight simulator is hitting windows and Xbox One sometime this year.
We’ve also got this really interesting game called satisfactory, which is this first-person open-world Factory building game where the point is to basically explore the landscape that create a factory on it, which is kind of depressing, but also kind of super cool at the same time and you’re capable of making some pretty insane things. It’s an early access now and I just I really have to recommend you try it. It’s such a weird game, but like really satisfying to play that type of looking like I said, Huh?