Thursday, June 13, 2013

Review Game Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect 3 is the best trilogy I have ever played. Game play was as good as Mass Effect 2, lots more weapon and armour options but for me it didn't improve the game. The story was epic, soundtrack was awesome, and the gameplay was great. I love the characters in the game, especially Grunt and Mordin. Unfortunately, the ending of Mass Effect 3 was not epic at all and confusing.

Review Game Mass Effect 3 


  • This trilogy of video games is unlike anything I have ever experienced. You play as Commander John Shepard a space marine who saves the world on occasion. This particular mass effect has an ending that will leave you so shocked that you'll sit through the ten minute credits without even realizing. Mass effect is known for being able to make your own story and make critical decisions that decide the fate of you and those around you.
  • Mass Effect 3 game does just that in the best way possible. There are multiple endings each VERY different from each other banking replayability awesome.


  • The third person action in this game is better than any other game I've played ( except assassin's creed 3). 
  • Shooting is awesome, powers are awesome and so is tech. You're aloud 2 companions at a time and you can give them orders mid battle making firefights real quick and fun.
  • I do wish there was a stealth aspect to the Mass Effect 3 game but either way you still have much choice in your style of fighting.

I was a little disappointed that the character selection wasn't as cool as part 2. Although you get to select a prothean character. My best advice to you regarding the third installment of the Mass Effect series is to play it for yourself to see if you like it. You will find many mixed reviews about this game, both on Xbox 360 version and PS3. Just play it. Regardless if you don't love every moment about this Mass Effect 3 game, you will enjoy it.

Hope you enjoy reading my review of Mass Effect 3. To buy this game, you can buy it here.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review Game BioShock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite is the setting of Columbia. You are no longer stuck underwater and going through tight corridors as in Bioshock 1 and 2.

Now, you can literally leap on the multitude of railings, slide down, see an enemy and drop on them to attack. The freedom this opens up to approach different situations is a liberation. Yes, some of the game is "on rails" and you won't have this opportunity through the entire game.

Review Game BioShock Infinite

The basic gist is you are Booker DeWitt, here in Columbia to rescue Elizabeth. Who just may be the most full-fleshed out AI character to date. Through her communication, both verbal and non, you feel an engagement with her that you haven't felt in other games.

As great as this game is, BioShock Infinite does have some small technical issues. As I played through the game I noticed that there was some slowdown. Most of it occurred during automatic save points so it doesn't cripple you in a big fight, but it's there. Then there were a few graphical glitches as well. Off the top of my head I remember one instance where the Luteces' feet were submerged in the concrete and another where I was standing by a wall while Elizabeth was talking to someone and I kind of got sucked into the wall. I was able to pull myself out right away, but it did happen.

The designers of BioShock Infinite did a good job of balancing combat, exploration, and story elements to avoid making you tired of any single aspect. I found myself growing surprisingly attached to Elizabeth as the game progressed, which made for an increasingly emotional experience as the story played out.

The Good

  • Solid story and narrative that really draws the player in
  • Very thematically ambitious
  • Gorgeous world really draws you into the experience
  • Solid gameplay mechanics
  • A lot of variety in ability and gear to help change up the experience
  • Elizabeth is a very well crafted character
  • The music and audio is very good; the voice acting is fantastic
  • Comes with a copy of the original Bioshock

The Bad

  • Slight dips in framerate from time to time
  • Death can feel a little disorienting
  • Some choice decisions fail to have an impact

Hope you enjoy reading my review of BioShock Infinite. To buy this game, you can buy it here.