Thursday, August 25, 2011

Pokemon Black & White - Nintendo DS

And the 2nd review is here :) But before I start reviewing the game, I'd like to thank all the people who commented on my previous review and my followers. If things keep going the way they started, I'll be one happy blogger :) Now to the review...

 Black & White versions

Now, I'm 100% sure that everyone has at least once in their life played Pokemons. But if by any chance you didnt, you definatelly should. In every single version that has been published you play a kid that just moved to a small town. And the adventure begins there.
Soon you meet the Proffessor who gives you your first pokemon, and your rival. In Pokemon Black/White it's a bit different though since your rival is also your friend, but you meet your main rival relatively soon. This time the main rival is also the king of the "Team Plasma" that wants to liberate Pokemon from trainers.
Well, I don't wanna give away too much stroyline, so I'll finish my review with this..
Pokemon Black & White is suitable for both kids and adults. There is a huge amount of possible pokemon setups, battle tactics and alot more and the great thing is, its not a game that you can finish in a couple of hours.

Personal Game Score: 9

NEXT GAME REVIEW: Mortal Kombat 9 - Xbox360 - (!26.8.2011)

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Getting started

As you may have noticed, this blog will be dedicated to video game reviews. I'll start off with a couple of games I tried recently, after that I'll maybe even start taking requests, try the game out, and then review it for the public. So, without further ado lets get on with todays review :)
P.S. I'll be doing around 2-3 reviews per week, all for different consoles(PC, Nintendo DS and Xbox360(no PS3 guys sorry, I'm an xbox boy ;) )


The Witcher 2:
Assasins of Kings

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is a gift, gilded with moments that stay with you even after the curtains close on its dark tale of uncertain pasts and uncertain futures. Like the rare Roses of Remembrance you might find growing in this role-playing game's lush fields, these moments are carefully cultivated. They're meaningful not just because they are packed with excitement, but also because there are stakes--both personal and political. As Geralt of Rivia, your actions don't just bring you closer to the truths of your own murky history, but they also influence the tides of war. And just as you exert your power on this game's events, they work their power on you, drawing you further into a gorgeous world populated by quarrelling trolls and drunken, sex-crazed dwarves. Some bugs, combat quirks, and other foibles prove bothersome, but they don't greatly diminish the impact of exploring a dungeon whose walls ooze the agony you've just witnessed. This superb role-playing sequel offers a bold world woven together by tenuous alliances and closely guarded secrets.

I'd recommend this to anyone that likes playing RPGs, since its similar to Guild Wars visually, while the playstyle
reminds me of World of Warcraft(have in mind this is not an MMORPG). 

Personal game score: 8.5 


NEXT GAME REVIEW: Pokemon Black & White - Nintendo DS(25.8.2011)