The other week a game caught my eye while having a look about the Internet, and only now have I got around to informing the few who come and check out my small corner of the Internet. Aaero looks to be a challenging little game that mixes together music with the gaming equivalent of tapping your head and rubbing your belly. The controls are explained in a video you can view by clicking here, but for those who don't watch it, the left stick sees you controlling your ship on what the game calls ribbons of light, while the right stick has you locking on enemies and using RT to shoot. All sounds simple enough, but the level design and audio make the game one to watch for me.
No official release date as yet, but as soon as I have store links and so on I will be sure to let you all know.
Today I start a little series on here where I have a little play with 1 of the 21 characters available in the massively addictive game that is Overwatch.
Today sees me show off the opening intro, as well as playing a game with the character known as Reaper. He falls into the offense side when it comes to character selection, and is great if you enjoy a bit of right in your face combat.
Reaper like the other 20 characters in the game has a few specials to play with outside of his standard weapon. Not only do his standard Hellfire shotguns pack a mean punch at close quarters, but he also has Wraith Form (invincible for a short few seconds but not able to shoot), Shadow Step, which is a fancy way of saying teleporting from one place to another, and finally we have his charged special known as Death Blossom. This special sees Reaper spin around for a few seconds while unloading his deadly shotguns, killing anyone who is stupid enough to get in the way.
A year ago today I decided to bring back Honest Xbox Reviews with the hope that people would actually come and read whatever words I typed up on review items that I got my hands on. Like the little box on the side of the blog has said since this started, I know I'm not the greatest when it comes to forming words into a sentence, but hopefully, my passion and enjoyment of typing comes across in what I do.
I've been doing this now for what feels like forever, with this name being used on a website previously, and then Honest Games Reviews being my writing home. Sure this journey has had its ups and downs over the years, but I still enjoy getting to meet new people on social media and also offering reviews that don't hold back or tiptoe around something being utterly pants because it might end with me being ignored in the future
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