Watch these reviews before buying the games
This week's videos are all about informing you on games that have recently come out. If you're like me, and are pressed for time most of the working week, you probably want your information quick and easy. And that means videos. So if you're wondering what's a good game to buy this week or upcoming weekend, check out these reviews I've rounded up for you showing the latest releases all conveniently on video.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified REVIEW!
[youtube_sc url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWtccB-10a0"] XCOM goes 3rd person in 2K Marin's The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. Apparently this game has had a pretty long development cycle with a lot of issues cropping up over the last couple of years and unfortunately it shows. Check out the review for more information. Is it worth getting? TLDR: NOEP.
Saints Row IV REVIEW
[youtube_sc url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEjQ7_zPSOk"] The Saints Row franchise has always been about crazy over-the-top antics and insanely good fun. Saints Row IV looks no different and tries to take it up another notch (if that was even possible) but it seems it has. Great reviews all around on the net, and this one is no surprise. Check out this entertaining review. TLDR: Try not to break your monitor as you throw your wallet and money at it
Splinter Cell BLACKLIST REVIEW! Adam Sessler Reviews
[youtube_sc url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2DyCDMozfU"] Time for a good old classic stealth game. Sam Fisher is back with a new voice and an epic new stealth adventure in SPLINTER CELL BLACKLIST. Does the game match the best moments of the franchise, or does it abandon what made its predecessors so great? Check out Adam Sessler's review to find out. TLDR: Are you itching for a stealth game? Then yes.
Disney Infinity Review
[youtube_sc url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-85v8S-xYpE"] A love letter to Disney fans both young and old, this game does a tremendous job of getting all your well loved characters from the movies and tv shows into a sandbox type environment, where you get to customise the game to your heart's content. Check out the review to learn more about the game and if it's worth getting. TLDR: Utilise monetary currency to procure said entertainment software.
Have I missed any other interesting this last week? What did you think of my picks? Leave a comment and let me know, I’d love to hear from you!