Max The Curse of Brotherhood has been around for a while now, but it has eventually made its way over to Playstation 4. This is a game I never thought I would see on this console, due to the fact it was developed by Press Play, one of Microsoft’s first party studios meaning it was also published by Microsoft. But, after the closure of the studio, it’s made it’s way to Sony’s console – the question is how does it hold-up four years later?
When The Darwin Project was first announced at E3 by Microsoft, it really didn’t sell the game to me. Be it from the little explanation of what the game was or the really loud and aggressive announcer they decided it use… it just seemed a bit meh.
But, I was given the chance to partake in the Closed Alpha weekend for the game, so I thought I would give it a chance to see what it is all about. Did the Closed Alpha change me mind?
The behind the PixelJunk games, which I loved and spent plenty of time with over on the Playstation 3, have now entered the VR market with Dead Hungry. The question is did this game fill my apatite or leave me wanted seconds?
I decided to get Sonic Forces after finding out it was only £26.99 in Argos. So i thought I would stream some and see how it goes after a small demo experience at EGX.
I play the game for the first time, and don’t fare too well, but hey I’m learning. I plan to play some more off stream, and then hopefully stream some more and give you a better look at playing the game, more successfully.