Considering how much content is on offer in Hearts of Stone, you really would have to be only a passing fan in the Witcher 3 game to not pick this pack up. With almost 20 hours worth of additional interesting story, characters and quests this is a bargain and will allow you to keep playing this historic game for much longer
At a time when it feels like Mario really does have the monopoly on group party games, M2H offer a brilliant little game which will undoubtedly have you scheming and laughing as you try and outdo your friends. It’s colorful and vibrant locations provide an interesting backdrop to the sheer carnage that ensues once the hooter sounds.
Brothers is a lush masterpiece of interactive storytelling that makes full use of the videogame medium to accomplish results that would be impossible in any other medium. Combined with wondrous art direction and a wistful soundtrack it gets as close as possible to flawless while still remaining remarkably accessible and inimitable.
Those who enjoy the test of increasingly difficult combat systems, a slow and methodical approach to progression and who don’t get frustrated easily will certainly have already played Dark Souls 3 by now, but if it’s sitting in your library and you have always wondered “Am I good enough?” Then the answer is almost certainly “No, you are not you absolute scrub” but you should still boot up Dark Souls 3 for an epic experience you cannot get anywhere else.
I am well aware that XIII is not the norm for Final Fantasy, the open world aspect of it lacked, and the story was a little too complex for most, but I enjoyed my time with it, and if this is one of the worst Final Fantasy games as it has so widely been pointed out as, then things are only going to get better as I explore the series