The madness continues with another HUGE haul!
Lord of the Rings: Third Age (Xbox)
Last week I got the game for the PS2 but that disc was damaged so it didn’t work. So I went on eBay and found myself a copy of the game for the original Xbox. The game is complete and in very good condition and most importantly; it works.
Call of Duty WWII Limited Edition Crate, Call of Duty WWII Guide and Call of Duty WWII (PS4)
Yes, I’m a fan of the latest title in the Call of Duty franchise. The single player is awesome and the multiplayer, even with the current flaws, is still fun to play. I already did an unboxing for the limited edition crate; you can find the video a bit further down on my blog. And then finally I bought the guide. I’m a sucker for physical guides and this one is really high quality (hardcover for the win!). I mostly use it for zombies but it still fun to read when I have a couple of minutes to spare.
Need for Speed Payback (PS4)
I can be pretty brief on this one; I haven’t played it yet and the reviews don’t seem all that amazing. I got it because the trailers looked promising and I wanted an ‘easy’ racing game to play when I’m not playing FIFA/Call of Duty. I’ll let you guys know what I think of it when I find some time to play it.
Assassins Creed 3: Join or Die Edition (PS3)
It was cheap and it’s complete; so why not? I’ve played a fair bit of this game but I never managed to complete it. I might give it another go when I find some time for it (which won’t be in the next few weeks).
What’s your favorite Call of Duty game? Let me know in the comments!
Just a little game of TDM on Gibraltar I played with my brother. I didn’t finish with the most amazing score (24-6) but I still feel it’s worth a watch.
I got this box full of Call of Duty WWII Goodies for €29.99 and I decided to unbox it for you guys! Hope you enjoy it!
This box contains:
- A limited lithograph of Call of Duty WWII
- Ronald Daniels Dog Tags
- Ronald Daniels Cable Guy Figurine
- Commando Beanie
- Two Call of Duty WWII drinking glasses
- A tin war cup
- Two coasters with a map of occupied territories in World War 2
A ton of new games have been announced/shown on E3 and I’m going to list my personal favorites. Let’s do this!
1.God Of War : Be A Warrior
We got some gameplay footage of the new God of War game and it looks amazing! I’m already looking forward to kill that giant snake thing we see at the end of the trailer.
An exclusive Spider-Man game for the PS4 will always interest me especially one that looks as good as this one. The combat reminds me a lot of the Batman Arkham games and that’s a good thing; I really love the timing based combat. A good Spider-Man off course has good web slinging and this game seems to deliver on that front; the web slinging looks fun and solid. The worst part of this game is its release date: 2018. Bummer!
3. Call of Duty WII Multiplayer trailer!
I haven’t been excited for a new COD game since Black Ops but this one put me right back on the hype train. I’m skeptical that the multiplayer will look this good and fluid but we shall see. The trailer didn’t show any exuberant skins on the weapons and I hope that this is also the case for the final game. I don’t want to play a World War 2 shooter with a pink MP40.
4. Skull and Bones
My favorite Assassins Creed game is Black Flag so you can see why I’m excited for this game. I’d love a good online pirate game but it is still Ubisoft so I’m skeptical; how are the servers going to be ? What about the balance ? I’m going to try to get access to the beta to see how the game plays but the trailer does look good.
5. A Way Out
2 brothers breaking out of jail might not sound like the most interesting premise ever but what is interesting is the fact that it is co-op. I love a good co-op game and this might be a very good one!
- Wolfenstein II The New Colossus
- Marvel vs Capcom Infinite (the gameplay looks great!)
- Xbox One X
- Need for Speed Payback
- Metro Exodus
What has been your favorite E3 announcement? Let me know in the comments!
First thoughts: I’m happy that Call of Duty returns to their roots; I wasn’t a huge fan of the newer installments because of the ‘sci-fi’ setting. The trailer doesn’t really show us much (besides that we are going to relive our Medal of Honor Frontline days with the D-Day mission) but I’m hopeful. I just hope they don’t screw up the multiplayer by adding a bunch of things that don’t belong in a World War 2 shooter.