My GTA 5 Review

This game was great when it first came out. The story mod was one of the best things I had seen in a game like this in a long time (circa 2013 on the PS3). Then when it made the jump to PS4 I bought it again and again on PC a few months later. I like playing GTA on PC because of the modability of it in the single player mode. There are some great mods out there that really make this game shine. The problem with GTA though is the Online aspect, I was ok with it after it first arrived. Content updates were frequent, cost was cheap, game was fun. As Rockstar aged this game, IE: as time went by, it changed in a huge way. Gone were the frequent updates, still semi-frequent to not maybe one update every year worth going on format this point. The content got CRAZY pricey too. I mean, the highest paid micro-transaction of $100USD = about $8,000,000GTA and thats NOT ENOUGH for some basice stuff in the game. I have bought some “Shark Cards” in the past plus I have bought the game 3+ times at least. You’d think Rockstar and Take2 would be able to give us something back but no, they got gready. The banning policy is dumb to. I agree some people deserve it but I myself got a Perma-Ban in January for accidentally trying to go online with Rage Hook running. Just keep in mind that you cant go into GTA Online while RageHook is active. Rockstar says too bad when I mentioned it so F**k them. Ill not by anything by them again. Luckily though, they only banned my PC based account and not my counsel based ones. Still though, its only a matter of time I reckon. Now should you play Grand theft auto 5 in 2018? Definitely! This game is good and you can actually play for free now if you follow this guide: how to get gta 5 free!

Rockstar HAD a great game, then they killed it with Micro-transations, low paying missions, and the banning system. GG Rockstar, GG.

God of War Review – Worth a Buy?

Good Game, Absurd Story.

The game was fun. I see it as almost a fallout or skyrim type game but without five trillion items and ten thousand different perk possibilities. its far more simplistic in its character building mechanics, which i appreaciate. Often these games get so complex you are always questioning trivial choices and min/maxing your character when all you really want to do is play the damn game. I found it particularly helpful to start the game by hitting every single “prepper stash” to get a ton of perk points right off the bat and build my character before i even started the game. it was quite fun actually even though it sounds tedious. there are many places online to see prepper stash locations. before you know it youll have the difficulty maxed out and really be enjoying how your character is working. I also found it helpful to pack a LMG, Sniper rifle, Bow (for hunting), and the “pistol” that shoots explosives, forget the name. with those weapons you can do whatever you want and always be ready. money is very easy to farm. just find out some good hunting locations and farm skins for an hour. youll have all the money youll need for the entire game. alternately if your more into stealth you can either silence all your weapons (recommended) OR you can go full melee and beat the hell out of people with shovels and baseball bats etc. i haven’t played around with that so much but you can watch videos of people doing it well online and when you get it just right it is extremely satisfying to beat a group of ten dudes up with just a shovel.

on the the story, spoiler alert.

How many times is the cult going to capture me before they figure out I would be far better of dead than alive to thwart their plans once more? I think I was in their clutches at least seven damn times throughout the story. like literally knocked out cold, could have done me in with a rock. BUT NO. lets repeatedly capture this man, and try to brainwash him or something, and then release him back into the wild just to see what happens…. seven times in a row….. after hes killed literally hundreds if not thousands of our followers…. and continues to do so after each subsequent capture and release….. I mean. the first time I can see it. Maybe they saw me as a valuable asset if I joined the cause, hell, maybe even the second time around. but after six failures, thousands of corpses strewn about the county, and a marked disrespect of the cults personal property, you would think the Father might take the hint and just have me put out of my misery the 7th time around. Makes me feel sorry for these people. Maybe they weren’t such bad guys after all.

I’ve beaten the main story and most side missions, ( I still have about 20 to go ). So if you follow the $1 for every 1hr play rule, This is definitely worth. I have not played multiplayer at all yet which is supposed to be really fun with level editors and weekly modes and maps et cetera. Story was a bit weird at the end, but definitely really fun in case anyone was hesitant to buy it. 8/10. Music alone is like 11/10, Gunplay is so much fun, Stealth is very well done, Villains feel like actual good villains, hits both sides of US politics in a tasteful way. Now, should you bay $60 for this game? Maybe not… thats why i suggest you get god of war free!Ubisoft definitely improved this time around.

Fortnite is taking over PUBG in the Battle Royale genre!

Having so much on fortnite at the moment! SO much better than PUBG that other buggy battle royale….. A year later, and the charming but buggy shooter is no longer charming. It’s no longer novel, and the developers have constantly ignored fan criticisms in favor of cash grabs. The game is actually just as buggy as it was a year ago and is still overloaded with cheaters. Why spend $30 on a BR game that doesn’t work and is getting worse?

Fun game but the development team needs to re-think their position on server optimization and bug fixes before rolling out cosmetic and paid-content. You’ll have a good time playing it, for a little while at least. But, the game was not even close to being out of early release. It won’t contend with traditional games like CS:GO or DOTA2, and doesn’t have the support that more contemporary games like Fortnite. The community is unfortunately shrinking because of this, which makes it difficult for newcomers to get over the steep, unforgiving learning curve.

Find a friend to play with and have a good time with it. And be careful of getting hit with a random ban here and there.  I only bought this because my “friends” bullied me into doing so.

Let compare fortnite to pubg:

£26.99. With two current maps, a new 4×4 and 8×8 kilometer map coming to the game soon, there is a lot to do. I will admit, being killed by hackers or people who use recoil macros is annoying, but the hackers are being dealt with well and constantly being banned. There aren’t many bugs, but when a new bug is found, Bluehole are quick at patching these. The game is balanced, however it is hard to get used to the shooting style and looting since you need to know what ammo goes for what gun and what attachments do what. It’s heartbreaking to come second but relieving af when you get a chicken dinner. Overall, I recommend this for anyone who likes battle royale games as it adds a whole new experience to the scene, however not everyone can run it which is sad but the game is always being optimised to run better.
Or you could just get fortnite, which is free to play, bug free, no cheaters & super fun….. To me the option represents itself pretty easily 😛 Oh and you can get free v bucks from this video from sean… it’s just awesome.

My Far Cry 5 PS4 Review

Far Cry 5 is a great game, but it faulters where it really needed to succeed the most.

The game is to easy. Here you might start to think that, well, some people like easier games and dont want a so called “dark souls experience”. That is true, but what you get here is a game where you literally can go through it with your eyes closed. Which is a big, big shame because the battle system is really cool, in theory. The problem is that because the game is so easy there is no point in using the robust battle mechanics the game actually offer. There are lots of cool skills to use, familiars to care about that have cool effects, but none of them matter as you can just button mash through most of the game.

I can’t stress this enough. For a JRPG that is mostly built around you fighting monsters, getting better gear and stuff, it’s infuriating how little challenge the game actually throws at you. What’s even worse is that the fun Kingdom building system gives you lots of cool ways to acquire better gear, but then again, that feature is totally useless because of how easy the game is.

Most of the other stuff in the game are great. Music is fantastic and so is the graphics, story and it’s characters. But the combat falters so much that i have a hard time recommending the game. Luckily for us PC users there are scripts out there to give the enemies more HP and deal more damage so you actually have to dodge, block and use your abilities to be able to deal damage, but i have to judge the game based on what comes from the developer, and combat wise it really sucks. In a sense at least. If you actually use it it’s really fun, but there is no point in doing so because you just kill everything faster and easier just by mashing the attack button.

I bought the game today and I alredy have over 10 hours. Very few games have made me play for so long without a break. I actually got it for free: how to get far cry 5 free!

The graphics are amazing and adorable.
The gameplay is really good and well made. It’s got different mechanics and ways of making you play, which is unique but also good.
The story – it’s child friendly but is still very interesting and fun.
The combat – It’s not Dark Souls that’s for sure, it’s not insanely difficult, but it’s not way too easy either. If you are not careful you will die. More than once.
You can upgrade pretty much anything you can think of in this game – kingdom, abillies, powers, skills, strategies, items etc.
You can control what your people do
You can research new abilities and weapons, strategies etc.

Should you buy Kirby Star Allies?

I actually received kirby star allies as a gift. Great fun with lots of challenging puzzles for you to solve. You have quite a bit of freedom to come up with your own creative solutions to the obstacles you will face in the game.

You can explore the level freely and goof around with your ragdoll character to your heart’s content. No time limits or enemies chasing you. You just go along at your own pace. No fancy graphics really but the environments are still quite stylish. Music is very fitting.

Character movement can be a bit frustrating at times because of the way the character control works (your arms go where you look). Every now and then I find a game that triggers my motion sickness and unfortunately the camera movement in this game did it. Had to take a few breaks during my playthrough but still had tons of fun. Definitely a game I can recommend.

One issue I had with the inclusion of multiplayer was how stupid fun it was. Talk about a first world gaming problem, but when playing Kirby star allies with friends and randoms it was one of the best experiences I’ve had playing any multiplayer game period. The original title, without multiplayer, is overshadowed by the many different ways you can customize your character, screw over your friends, and absolutely break the laws of nature with your superhuman vice grip. It’s almost too much fun and takes away from the rest of the game very quickly as that initial high of building an eight-man conga line to swing to victory becomes progressively less enticing. This is how to get kirby star allies free btw!

In conclusion, I think Kirby Star Allies is an excellent 3D sandbox platformer that you should consider purchasing today. Especially if you have a friend group that you like to get particularly rowdy with because I can’t short sell how much fun the multiplayer can be. Also, understand the game only has a few maps and currently doesn’t support steam workshop for bonus content. So until we start to see more content buckle in for at least a five-hour experience that can be rewarding even through the single-player campaign. This has been my review of Kirby Star Allies I hope you consider purchasing this excellent indie game!

Subnautica Review [STEAM]

Great game. Nice graphics. Good gameplay. Excellent atmosphere. This game is almost a horror game in some aspects, it can get really scary when you’re down deep and its dark and all you can hear are noises from massive creatures lurking about.

Exploration is an important part of the game you find all sorts of cool little things. But once you get past a certain point the game can be a little lonely. All by yourself. 😛

Only negative about the game is finding and collecting resources to build all the stuff you need, it can be a little tedious sometimes.

Like a lot of open world type games, this game has it’s fair share of bugs still present. Sound glitches, framerate will drop like crazy sometimes, the map won’t load, you can even swim into the map (ie: noclip) in some cases and items will do the same.

Considering all of this, I really enjoyed the game and enjoyed the fact that there was a small bit of story inside the game. The story isn’t anything to write home about but it helps keep you pointed in a direction to go. The gameplay-wise I feel like they did a lot of right things with it. They were really good about setting atmosphere and communicating when you might be a location thats dangerous. While the game is surprisingly linear, it is possible to miss a few of the biomes (ex: Sea Treader Path).

If I had to suggest anything to the devs, I’d add in another lifepod or some kind of radio message to help guide the player in the late game (For those that have a hard time figuring out where to go). I’d also improve on the blueprint system somehow. Even after 20-30 hours on the game and beating it, I actually still didn’t have one blueprint because I never saw the fragments (which are placed randomly?) for it.

I’m torn with this game on one hand i love it to bits on the other its one of the most frustrating experiences around, the game experience is awesome one of the best concepts i’ve experienced for a while.
But this game runs like a bag of crabs trying to escape a sack, my PC can run Witcher 3 on ultra and Kingdom come Deliverance on high at a solid 60 FPS but it can’t run Subnautica consistant drops in frame rates from a solid 90 fps down to 12 fps in a matter of moments takes the sheer injoyment out of this game..massive pop ins just limit the sheer fun you should be getting out of this 30 dollar game.
I can’t recommend it until the devs put some effort into getting this game to run smoothly they get this sorted out and Subnautica should be your first buy until they do avoid it until a sale… I would recommend checking our ryzatv, he has guide on how to get subnautica free! Just watch his video & follow all his steps. It works on steam too 🙂

My Sims 4 Review & How i got it for FREE!

What I liked:
Improves almost every aspect from the first game
The best combat system thus far
Voice acting (I didn’t play the updated original)
Story at some parts is amazing
Game designed with co-op and solo in a CRPG???!!?!
What You Need to Know:
I played this game solo (#FOREVERALONE), even though having two copies from Kickstarting the game. I would love to play the game co-op to see the game how a great game is even better with a friend competing for how the game plays.

With that out of the way, I want to start with the story. It’s all over the place. I don’t remember the story from the first one and I’ll probably forget most of this game too. The first 2 acts which is about 60 hours of the game and feels at times lackluster in terms of the pacing, with only the ending of each act being amazing mostly in terms of what it makes you fight. The last 3 acts each get more focused on the main quest and side quests that branch from it. The huge time sink in the game is how many side quests you get or prevent from completing if you kill everyone.

The game does favor heavily playing the good side as after watching the ending you get 30 seconds if choosing anything other than the good option with no details on anything other than world is screwed. You choose to be good; you get over 10 minutes of details about every character you helped, companions, and the entire world in way more detail. I usually play the hero and help anyone I can and accidently picked the wrong option as it I thought it was the good choice. The whole tone at the end, is based on this final pick regardless of what you do in the rest of the game. So no matter how you play pick the good ending so you can hear your story.

The players you create can be just random dude that is standard with most RPG’s. I decided to play as the undead guy because I got the collector’s edition and he’s the statue you get, so why not. I’ve never played as an undead which heals from poison, hurt from normal healing, as well as agro npc if you get naked, lol. With these premade characters of 6, they allow you get a quest for yourself and for each companion you bring along. You can also play as undead of any race too. So you get options bro.

The combat improves from the first one with two armors that while up prevents the major status effects that previously was percentage and more chanced based. I like this move to prevent save scumming for effects. You have battles taking place in areas that have verticality that can extend or block skills as well as increase or decrease damage based on the height. You have everything from the first one that I love with over one hundred skills that each have a purpose since you have elements playing a role. You get curse and blessed variants on each element. What I’m trying to say is the combat is by far my favorite so far. I’m loving turned based combat more and more with each game I play.

The game scales loot you find in the world but not quests as they are static, Sims 4  saddens completing quests that are levels below you as the reward sucks. The AI you fight feels at times cheating as they never attacked my undead character with poison ever and always knew what elements are my weakness and feel like they know everything regardless of level or enemy type. This does make the game more difficult but actually plays like a real person would. I never got the feeling of laughing once at a stupid enemy messing up and healing my dude. Also when my characters are charmed they always do the dumbest stuff and use all my potions and scrolls, this was actually funny to watch and always had more than they could use. I do know the AI being too smart can be modded to feel more artificial if you don’t like that feature.

My biggest gripe is the interface to shift items around characters and when crafting no search option. This is so freaking stupid, with efforts put into teleporting items to relevant characters when needed for actions to save tedious shifting items; they forgot that when you pick up everything, I have a lot of crap sort to which player to give to. This is tedious when doing by item. Let us set items to go to certain players that use those items like arrows, grenades, and armor. So much time is wasted sorting and finding out who needs what item. Also crafting when you have hundreds of materials is hard to find the one you need. Dear god this was annoying at times.

Crafting is no longer a skill to put points into; you learn recipes and anyone can craft them. This sounds nice but I never really crafted until the end to prepare for the last fight. So that feature felt lackluster compared to the first game.

Overall the game is another instant classic just like the original. You don’t have to play the first one to understand this one. The combat has so much depth in it and was the main draw for me and did not disappoint. The story overall only felt epic at ends of each act with some fun side quests, especially the animal ones. I love the pet pal talent. All the major side quests had satisfying endings and I can’t wait for a 3rd game. These devs have made me to understand why old school RPG’s are the best and can’t go back to shallow ones anymore. As for the price, it can quite expensive I would buy sims 4 on sale or get sims 4 free watching this video.

How to get Ark: survival evolved for free steam 2018

ARK is a great game with lots of items to build or make. You can also explore many different maps including modded or base game maps and all the dinos make the game even more interesting and exciting.
The graphics for ark have improved alot since it was first released and the optimization aswell.

I recommend this game to people who have time to waste and want to play a game where you can always build or tame something new 🙂

The only reason I recommend ark: survival evolved is because it is extremely fun. The game still has its bugs though. If i were you I would wait another 4-5 months before you buy this. The game claims to be fully released, but really isn’t. Entering a boss cave is super buggy on Ragnarok. But otherwise the games is fun. It remind you of your childhood, like when you used to love dinosaurs more then your family. This game can get tedious at times, but is really fun just to mess around with your friends on a server. The game also lacks a proper tutorial, so watch a youtube video. This is just a game to play when you want to mess around and have some fun.

I have played way too many hours in this game…. Been playing since it first came out and the very first streamers were taming raptors. Long before quetzals, before 90 was the wild dino level cap, before breeding, before tek, before everything. I have to say I miss the days when each server was a community. Sure, server domination is fun, but actually having other tribes to play with was much better. Now it’s all about find a server, take it over, let no one else build. I have mixed feelings about the server transfers because of this, but to each their own. I admit I used to have way more fun than I do now. These days I’ll build up with a small group on servers and just raid or wipe random tribes or try to overthrow alphas, but I always go back to my home server for that sense of relief. But there’s so many hackers and cheaters and exploiters, it’s become cancer. I can definitely recommend this game, it was worth the $25 I paid for it back in the day…. couldn’t see myself paying $60 for it now, though. Abberation is a nice change, taking fliers almost completely out of the picture, so if you do buy Ark or get ark for free, I’d recommend getting Abb as well, it’s a huge challenge, especially for new players. Good luck out there, survivors!

My CSGO Review + How to get it for free!

If you get over the initial learning curve of finding out what you need to get better at (oh I should have been at X instead of Y to defend that angle, I didnt stop moving in time for my shots to be accurate, I should try isolate players using angles instead of completely peaking and shooting in between them in panic etc) you’re set for a journey.

In the end accept that there is always someone better than you and there’s always more to learn, focus on what you could have done better each time you lost/died and you’ll be incredibly satisfied as you climb ranks and enjoy the competitive nature of the game. Accept that you won’t win every game, and that sometimes your team will be garbage. (and add people who’re fun to play with or just competent teammates and stack with them when possible)

You may need some thick skin to be able to focus and do those things (people can be immature/”overly passionate”), but mute them if they’re not balancing that out with calling enemy positions etc. – easy fix.

voice_enable 0 in the console if you’re not in competitives and you wanna just warm up and ignore the salt, but remember to turn it back on! (voice_enable 1)

Also make sure you work your way into trusted matchmaking (phone number and your CSGO level etc) before you decide this game is full of hackers, just report them and continue what I said above – try your best even if it’s a lost cause! Those times you back from nothing to win are the most satisfying 🙂

This is a great online FPS. I recommend it all the way.For £11.99 (UK) it is a bargain. There are many game modes, from COMP to TDM and many more. Watch this video to get csgo for free 2018


Overall, this is great. The community does have a lot of young kids however and does become quite frustrating when you have to mute them over and over again.

Idle Heroes Hacks & Cheats

Having spent about 15 hours on this game, I think I’ve reached my limit with it. Maybe I should have known what I was getting into with a JRPG but the grind in this game is significant and not terribly interesting. All the parts of this game that look great: combat, style, story, characters; they are great. The part that isn’t great is that every time you finish a story beat, you have to complete a dungeon. And often, you’ll have to complete that dungeon at least twice (or grind on the world map, or grind the fishing minigame) in order to be sufficiently powered for the next one.

If you like grinding, almost nothing I have to say will be a problem for you. Literally, almost everything else is great. Here are the small list of things that aren’t:

You can only have three characters in your party at a time and the benched party members do not gain passive experience. If you’re already wearing thin on the grind, you definitely won’t be swapping party members as you need to take those underleveled teammates into dungeons to level them up to be effective again.

The game can sometimes not be very forthcoming with gear for a specific character, leaving you in a lurch of crafting/swapping characters, both of which can demand a fair amount of grinding in idle heroes.

Spots of high difficulty aren’t very well labeled and you may find yourself feeling stuck between a rock and a hard place simply because it’s not clear that you probably shouldn’t be where you are.

If none of that is a problem for you, you will like this game. Simply put, it isn’t a game that I have the fortitude or the time to finish.

It was great to start with but I’ve really hit a wall at level 10 that has totally taken my will to play away. I would only recommend playing this game with idle heroes cheats!

Basically they seriously beef up the enemy damage values so you go from playing an early final fantasy to playing a version of Shin Megami Tensei in terms of your ability to survive fights. Then it gave me a sidequest that was not possible for my team to complete that took half (~250) my gold away when i died to the boss I had zero chance of beating. Which really stops you wanting to take risks and explore when you get about 10g per fight!

Oh and there’s a terrible “random loot” system rather than a thought out curve of getting useful appropriate stuff, so if you find yourself stuck with a few greens well below your level you’re just stuffed and underpowered unless you go back and grind dungeons for loot crates.

I mean, it’s beautiful and has lots of character and energy, but it can be very arbitrary and is then super punishing due to that.