Everybody’s Golf – This Classic Is Back Soon

Everybody’s Golf is a PS4 game full of charm and character. It is certainly the best game out of the Hot Shots Golf series, and it looks like it’s going to make a fantastic comeback.

It does not matter what type of golfer you are. Perhaps you are a casual weekend golfer? Or a semi-professional? Or a golfer who takes longer to choose what you are going to wear than actually playing the game! Whatever the case, whatever the style, we are proud to extend an invitation to anybody who loves a game of golf at any level. Everybody’s Golf is the next installment in the Hot Shots Golf series and it arrives right in time to celebrate twenty years since the series have been running.

We can tell you that Everybody’s Golf will be available from the 29th of August 2017 for the PS4. This time round, there is a fantastic opportunity to customise your character whilst additional activities include treasure hunting, fishing and buggy racing.

Resident Evil – A brief background

The first Resident Evil game was a trendsetter, setting the bar for the genre often called “Survival-Horror”. The feeling of making a zombie’s head explode with a well-aimed blast from a shot gun is why gamers found it so addictive – and players know that no game in the market provides this experience quite as well as Resident Evil. Resident Evil also known as ‘Biohazard’ in Japan and it has been developed by Capcom. The Game was established in 1996 for the PlayStation 1, and had been rapidly ported to further games consoles.

Resident Evil attracts lots of its motivation from a game title called Sweet Home, a Japanese precursor to the “Survival-Horror” type. The game, called Biohazard in Japan, promotes personalities who are tangled in an estate, being bombarded by mutated monsters as they attempted to solve the mystery of the mansion, as well as make their solution to protection.

In the online game, you start as a member of an Elite Team of Racoon City’s Special Tactics and Rescue Service (STARS), where there are gruesome reports of assassinations as well as cannibalism on the edges of the city. When you appear, either you win control of Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine, the online game’s protagonists, when you discover the fact associated with the attacks as well as the “T-Virus”. Resident Evil has sense savoured a wide variety of success. Everything from a series of flicks, to toys, and additional installations of the collection such as the heading of Resident Evil 6. However, many of these things owe their everyday life to the genuine Resident Evil.

We’re sure this series will continue for decades to come and it’s so good to see a game that genuinely gets better each time its released. Take the latest version as an example, the visuals are out of this world and it’s even more addictive than the previous games.

Let’s talk about Horizon Zero Dawn

If you love combat games, Horizon Zero Dawn is the perfect game for you. Developed by Guerrilla Games, it provides the player with a fictional post-apocalyptic world for Aloy (a female machine hunter for her tribe) to explore. The emergence of the machines or robots threatens the peace and existence of the human life, but she is here to save humanity. The entire game revolves around the Aloy, a skilled hunter and archer. She embarks on a mission to explore the world and destroy the mysterious mechanised creatures.

To play the game, the player takes control of the Aloy as she progresses through the land controlled by twenty-five robotic creatures. The target is to eliminate the machines and neutralize the threat. She uses combat means to kill the enemy and root their corpses for useful resources such as metal and electricity that vital for the Aloy’s survival. She uses the arrows, traps, explosives and Malee combat to bring these machines down. It is important to note that Horizon zero dawn is exclusive for the PlayStation 4.

Gravity Rush 2 – Our thoughts

You need to have played the first Gravity Rush to really understand the plot with this one. After five years, Gravity Rush 2 is both a realisation of the first game’s potential and a multiplying down on its flaws.

We’ll try to run through the main aspects of the storyline for you now. Kat takes on the part of a photojournalist, firefighter and private investigator and in this game she transforms into a significantly more intense and determined young lady. New elements, situations, and elegantly composed side missions invigorate but just a couple of control and storyline issues burden this progressive plot. Even though Raven is powerful, the fights seem to be fairly balanced but they’re certainly not easy! Every place Kat visits is brimming with life on account of Gravity Rush 2’s energetic music and brilliant characters. The new city has extraordinary changes between each of its island regions, which are isolated vertically rather than like Hekseville’s more flat design. These side missions provide a unique look into the lives of each city’s resident.

There’s a lot to do in the city with new test missions, talking with select NPCs, and obviously, the side missions. You will experience considerable difficulties with those missions though, it doesn’t matter how many times you played the first game. They give an interesting investigation into the lives of every city’s occupants and offer out fluctuated assignments. Some had such a long story to tell that they were separated into various parts, yet the not so common missions were cool to play too. As an example, one of the missions involves you helping the columnist to provide details regarding an unlawful arrangement with schoolgirls, so the ‘Gravity Queen’ does a bit of everything.

Our Verdict

After several story hiccups, This game will right itself and pull you in with the identity of its reality and the wide range of activites. The new gravity powers and styles make battle exciting, and elegantly composed side quests and character connections give better insight into Kat’s universe. Within 40 hours you will find it difficult to put the controller down, and we can hardly wait to jump back and complete each sidequest. Here’s the trailer if you wanted to take a look:

Mario Run – It’s out now

Mario Run is now free to download on your smartphone but it’s a hefty app so do make sure you have enough space on your phone before downloading.

We should clear one thing up first, the game is free to download but you can’t get past the first round unless you pay for modes 1-4. Once paid for, played and completed you then pay for the following worlds. So in total to buy the complete game and finish all of the levels, you’ll spend £8. That’s actually a considerable sum and there aren’t many mobile games that can get away with this. Mario is one of the rare few but I know from reading reviews online that the price hasn’t put many people off at all.

Mario Run is exciting; it’s wonderful to finally hear those classic sounds and see the famous Italian plumber jumping over things, but there is an element of computer assistance with this game. As an example, Mario automatically jumps over small creatures or obstacles, meaning you only have to worry about the bigger problems. Some would argue, well what’s the point in playing if half the work is done for you? That’s understandable, but the game would probably be a bit too stop and start and we feel that’s why the developers at Nintendo have chosen to keep things simple. Mario games are fun for all the family and having too many controls on a touch screen could make things quite complicated. So we feel it’s actually quite a good move. There definitely aren’t enough levels and hopefully they’ll be adding more soon but you will play the first few rounds and get addicted. It’s a game that will keep you coming back for more, like Flappy Bird did not too long ago, and it’s another fine example of how one touch games can be highly addictive.