November continues quietly with many games for review and is struggling for the indefinable Christmas market.
But Rockstar Games has quenched competition with the latest version.
Red Dead Redemption 2 ★★★★ ½
Say Red Dead Redemption 2 is a cinematic game is a devaluation.
It is clear that every detail has repeatedly plunged into the regulation of this Westerne on the right path and if that is right or wrong, since it referred to groups that work over 100 hours a week, it is difficult to deny that this game has fought the perfection throughout his life, as he turns the story of Arthur Morgan, outlawed and member of the Van der Linde gang, who finds himself in 1899 after an embarrassing robbery.
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Early graphics such as a snowstorm and the interaction of people inside are just impressively impressive. There are several controls for Arthur – it will need to be nourished, held up, and kept healthy.
It's such a kind of shipping, which, while realistic for the game, reminds you that it's also a job (like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas made you keep your protagonist alive) and reduces the simple transition to the game.
Optically, the game impresses at every level, from cinematic movies that feel authentic to turn cameras into scenes that make you feel like you're in a Sergio Leone movie, there's a lot to be admired here. Rockstar Games has supported the success of previous titles such as Grand Theft Auto and created an almost cinematic video experience that will continue to impress for years to come.
Tetris Effect ★★★★
Returning Tetris to Tetris: Effect feels like a favorite tribute to the game that absorbed so much of our life three decades ago.
But in many ways, this is a Tetris that is bathed in a Ibiza Chill-out album on a pulsating psychedelic strand and then locked in a floatation tank with you through the Sound Shapes game that incorporates music and rhythm.
But each level is also blessed with a whole array of animated effects around the central game also sitting in the middle of your screen. It's a more exciting result in the VR environment, but it does not lose any of the benefits when it's on a normal screen. In fact, as the loose soundtrack plays, the images absorb, reflecting the nature of what you are doing.
It's a sensual assault in many ways – although a welcome, like swirling patterns, fake creatures are formed around the sides of the game, vibrating, swirling and vivid breathing digital dots that grow as the levels continue and as your game improves.
Overall, Tetris Effect is a triple update of the past, a clever nod for the future, and a game that never misses the view of what the Tetris original made such a gigantic game to destroy.
Hitman 2 ★★★
Agent 47 is back.
The previous game climbed the episodes of 47 in episodes, giving you time to feel the emotion of the design and execution of the kill too.
This latter, in fact, feels a little episodic, since you can choose where you will continue after the first mission. It is strange to say that as the whole game was released immediately.
This time the agent 47 chases the shadow client and his shadow team, putting him in a clash with his past. Starting from the sandy shores of Hawk Bay, the planet continues to run, with 47 missions taking it to the shores of Mumbai, Colombia and other parts of Europe.
Hitman 2 works in some ways and fails in others.
But to a great extent, it's as fun as you want to do it. Again, it is not a game of patience, and if you have no desire to edit plans, set traps and reap the rewards, it is probably better to head somewhere else. However, seeing the goals of spreading, getting closer to their execution can give you a thrilling thrill.
The New Zealand opener in Hawke's Bay is fragmented. its location could be anywhere but it's a nice opener to set the tone of the conspiracy and the local local beach means you really have to plan things to get away.
That's the thing with Hitman 2. It's as complicated as you want to do it.
Hitman 2 does exactly what he says in the tin. there are multiplayer suggestions and the return of vague goals to get in. But in terms of being out of the crowd in a busy season, Hitman 2 gets his shot but he did not hit a bullseye enough for anyone else except the followers of Agent 47's continued story.
The revised codes are provided to the judge by Rockstar Games, PlayStation NZ and Warner Bros Interactive respectively.