Hankering for some open-world Breath of Wild type of game and Age of Calamity just ain't cutting it? Well, my friend, Ubisoft got your back with their third open-world title in quick succession, Immortals Fenyx Rising. Sure it ain't a BOTW clone, but base on early impressions and trailers it does seem to mass up the best of Zelda with a heavy dose of Assassin Creed, all wrapped up into Greek Mythology blanket. But does it all come together? Find out on the next episode of the review roundup:
We are now at the end of November, and what a month in major game releases it was. However, it is now time for the month festive cheer, fruit cakes, gift-giving and typically the start of the slow period for games...oh so we thought. This December is shaping up to be one of the best in years with one possible genre-defining game set to be the creme of the crop. Here are our recommended games of December 2020:
Ahh, Thanksgiving...A time for family, a time for Football, a time for tur...HOLD UP! We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in Jamaica, but as a lover of all things animation, I have been unable to escape taking part in the annually big Hollywood release. Last year we got Frozen 2, but this year it's all about the original Homosapien family as The Croods: A New Age releases today. So, is it a film to give thanks for this year? Or something that can be thrown out with the bad turkey? Here's the review roundup:
Today has been a pretty eventful day for fans of the niche DS game 'The World Ends With You'. Not only is the 13 years old game getting a sequel next year, but an anime adaption is also on its way. I have never played the original nor, it's numerous ports, but I have had always heard great things about it. Namely, while the gameplay is fun, it is the story that will keep you glued to your screen. Now, this upcoming anime is perfect for people like me that want to check it out to see what all the fuss was about without booting up a game console.
We are currently in the middle of November, which is round about the usual time where we gear up ourselves for the insanity known as Black Friday. It is also when nominees for Gaming's biggest showpiece event The Game Awards, are announced. Just like last year, we are only listing the categories we have the most interest in as well as who got our votes and our predicted winners.
Like Link taking on a 100 man army of mokoblins, Nintendo is taking on a difficult battle against Next-Gen this holiday with this lone major Switch exclusive title. Developed by Koei Techmo under the watchful eyes of Nintendo, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will allow players to learn more about Zelda, the four Champions - Mipha, Revali, Urbosa, and Daruk - the King of Hyrule, but does the 'warriors' tried and true gameplay evolved enough to make this Zelda entry feel truly unique? Here's the review roundup:
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.