- Reviews 5
Elder Scrolls Online is a good attempt to freshen up a genre that is stuck in the same rut. But it would be two games at once. In one corner it would invite fans onto a clean Elder Scrolls experience with story and character. But with a rather clumsy flerspelardel so it becomes a bit boring. Despite a lot of good ideas that falls sadly Elder Scrolls Online on several points but it is a game that will appeal to a lot.
With that said, Soul Sacrifice a breath of fresh air to a platform dominated by console conversions. It is a game that not only offers our players the opportunity to take a stand on moral choices, it also makes you think about it one more time before you commit them. Death has never been so ever present and with a few touch-ups Soul Sacrifice had been a perfect score. The game rekommanderas recommended to all fans of the RPG genre.
F1 Race Stars is a competent but fairly bland maps racing game. As a F1 fan, I appreciate the characters, tracks and cars, but kartracingfan I expect better variety and level design. Content-wise, feels F1 Race Stars as a budget game - which it partly is. Unfortunately for this game is also sold as part Little Big Planet Karting and Sonic & All Star Racing with a reduced price tag - and both are a better choice than this. For maps keen Formula 1 fans, however, F1 Race Stars an excellent choice.
Perhaps Sports Interactive's focus on new modes expired over polish of the usual deep simulation. With a few updates, the game can certainly work its way to a top score, but at the moment it reaches not quite make it.
Krater is a hilly adventure that unfortunately lacks that extra something, especially because it feels so bluntly. The main reason for this is that the game simply was released before it was really ready. Since the release has a lot of bugs ground off and several complaints have been solutions, but there is still much to do - not least the introduction of a multiplayer mode.