Tag Archive: The Dreaded Backlog

Sniper Elite 4

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At this point it is safe to say I am a big fan of the Sniper Elite series. With Sniper Elite V2 I had a fascinating, if frustrating experience. It was a great… Continue reading

Inside

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It’s safe to say I did not love Limbo. I felt it wanted to employ a minimalist storytelling approach whilst also operating as a platforming puzzle game and in trying to be both… Continue reading

Far Cry Primal

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I’ve been distracted of late and thus I’ve been neglecting this blog and this ““column”” also. As a result of this I now have a backlog of this to write, rather ironically. It… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Zombie Army Trilogy

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ARRRRGHHHHHHHHH. No, I am not doing an impression of a zombie and I am afraid this is going to be a very personal piece. I want the reader to understand my full meaning… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Injustice 2

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It’s hard to know where to start with Injustice 2. It is broad and deep, yet simple at to the point. It’s a 2D fighting game featuring superhero characters from DC comics publications.… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Infinite Warfare hit the ground with something of a thud. It wasn’t so thuddish that Activision didn’t still make tonne of cash, but it was enough for them to go back to basics… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

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I’ve always viewed the Assassin’s Creed games like the Lego games. They’re all very similar and my interest is only piqued by a particular setting. Just as I only tend to play Lego… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

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I was not optimistic about Mirror’s Edge Catalyst going in. I heard it was an unnecessary reboot. I heard its combat was flawed and its open world was boring. I heard the characters… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition

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Last time I played a famous walking simulator it did not end well. However, I have to say that I adored Dear Esther. Something I complained about in Virginia was that it had… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Mirror’s Edge

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Sometimes when you play a video game a thought occurs. “I’d like this as a film.” Or you imagine it as a TV series or a comic. I thought that whilst playing Mirror’s… Continue reading