Have you ever read a book that seems like it was written just for you?
This game blew my expectations into smithereens and I’d 100% recommend buying it…
Every chapter featuring Adam had me at the edge of my seat, anxious to find out what happened next. And then there is Nicolas’ storyline.
This game likes to hand out instant deaths like candy on Halloween.
If you haven’t had enough scares just by reading the news lately, I would recommend playing this to freak yourself out some more.
The things that I liked were too few and far between.
This book was not what I was looking for.
Borderlands 2 addressed nearly every issue I had with its predecessor and increased the quality by at least 1,000%.
Okay, yes, I know. This is another book review. Don’t worry, I’ll get back to talking shit about video games shortly.
I couldn’t help but think about what was happening in this book – I had no choice but to finish it as quickly as possible.
How does this gnashing-of-teeth, burn-it-to-the-ground, don’t-fuck-with-me attitude fit with Poppy’s already unusual style?
I’d heard literally nothing good about this release and I was afraid playing it was going to shatter the rose tinted glasses I’ve seeing the game through for over twenty years.
I pretty much hate this game.
From the action-oriented gameplay to the colorful backdrop of Raccoon City, this latest remake in the Resident Evil series is a peppy change of pace from last year’s Resident Evil 2.
I liked “I Am Setsuna” – but I came nowhere near loving it.
There’s a chapter in this book called “Fuck Online Reviews.” It was a good chapter… but it’s not going to stop me from writing one.