Why You Should Play Monster Hunter Generations From Your Backlog

Monster Hunter Generations is a fun game, and I highly recommend it to anyone, especially those who love RPG games. The bosses are tough, the 3D is beautiful, the graphics are amazing, and although the story is somewhat slow and lacking, the game makes up for it with the sheer number of quests you are given to complete. This game will provide hundreds of hours of fun and it will always be a challenge, no matter how advanced and strong your character becomes.


Why You Should Play The Division From Your Backlog

The Division released in an unfinished state and was looking to be a flop, but that didn’t stop the developers from sticking with it and updating The Division in order to make it the game they envisioned. The Division is now in a better state than ever, providing complex RPG and Looting mechanics along with a third-person shooter experience that is unlike anything seen on the market thus far.


Why You Should Play Gravity Rush Remastered From Your Backlog

Gravity Rush Remastered takes you through a magical journey with Kat, a girl who has the ability to manipulate gravity. The game offers you plenty of opportunity to harness these breath-taking powers through the large, immersive open world map of Hekseville. However, the remastered edition falls short in regards to lack of variety of side missions and challenges and awkward motions.


Why You Should Play The God of War Trilogy From Your Backlog

The God of War trilogy consists of three of the greatest games to ever grace Sony’s consoles. The epic tale of anti-hero Kratos’ revenge on the pantheon of Greek gods unfolds with feverish drama and spectacle. Cutting edge visual presentation, exhilarating set pieces, intense combat and creative level design converge to make this one of PlayStation’s definitive and quintessential adventures.


Why You Should Finish Playing Assassin’s Creed Origins From Your Backlog

Assassin’s Creed Origins shut up a lot of the overly critical masses of Ubisoft’s most popular series. An injection of interesting side quests, and a new combat system added much needed freshness to the game. The opinions are mixed on the gear side of things, but I would go as far as to say that was my favorite addition to the game. I cannot wait to see whether Ubisoft continues with this style of Assassin’s Creed, or whether the next in the series will return to its roots.


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