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  1. Bioshock Remastered Difficulty: 3/10 Enjoyment: 7/10 Very late to the party on this game. Overall I did enjoy it despite some few technical hiccups even though this is a remaster. Trophy list is pretty straight forward though the collectibles I found a bit annoying, having a guide does help. Only trophy I found was tedious and irritating was the PhD one. From a narrative standpoint stopping to take pictures multiple times over and over again while being pummled, set on fire, and riddled with bullets was kind of silly. The fun aspect really is using the plasmids that suit your style, and the shooting is adequate considering how old the game is. Overall I’m glad I played a classic and it’s a short game that you could complete in a relatively short amount of time.
  2. #53 Dragonball Z: Kakarott (PS4) Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 2/10 Time: 28 Hours Finally got around to this in my backlog after buying it on Amazon when it had a big discount. Overall, this game heavily relies on you being a fan of Dragonball Z to enjoy and put up with its shortcomings. The good: The main voice actors are all here voicing our favorite characters and the game is quite faithful to the animated series. Gameplay wise you do get enjoyment in lauching your Kamehamehas or Spirit Bombs. You really do get a kick playing as the various characters. Game is really straight forward and easy to Plat. The Not so Good: After playing open world games like Horizon Forbidden West, DBZ Kakarot really shows its issues. For a game that came out in 2020 and playing on a ps5, I could not believe the game stutters or sometimes freeze when the game auto saves! Or when you launch the Ultimate Spirit Bomb the frame rate takes a dump. Other than that side missions are shallow with your typical fetch missions. Game also re used assets fighting the same enemies and bosses again. Overall, is this game terrible? No not really but if you are a fan of DBZ im sure you will enjoy it though don't pay full price. Buy it on discount.
  3. #53: Horizon: Forbidden West Expansive, beautiful, and ambitious was this game. Spent about 50 hours getting the platinum though you could get it in half the time assuming you blazed through the story missions only. Though, that be a shame considering how beautiful this game looks on the PS5. HFW was definitely a sequel I was looking forward to about HZD and it was fun. Though as much as Guerilla did expand on their formula, a few cracks were unavoidable. Swimming was a new mechanic but felt underbaked. Aloy is completely defenseless and underwater activity is sparse. Mainly it's travel to point A to point B. Catching fish for material upgrades were frustrating to say the least. Maybe next time have a fishing mechanic? Story wise I felt it was satisfactory. Didn't reach the same heights at HZD and the new characters were okay. Their character side missions reminded me of Mass Effect 2, minus any real impact to the story though. In addition the final act felt really rushed considering the revelations and additional characters. The story could have been fleshed out more with maybe an additional 3 or 4 more main missions. Despite some flaws the combat is still as fun as ever. Game looks stunning in all its different environments from mountains, deserts, to the jungle and coastlines. Another gem in Sony's lineup. Overall I give it a 8.5 out of 10. I look forward to the 3rd game. Until then I hope we get a New Game Plus and DLC.