I bought this game for its Single Player MyCareer and I was happy, but I have tried out the MyTeam and other online features and was very dissapointed, If wanna buy this game then be prepared to not having acsess to the Online Multi-player features. I’m going to give this game a 8/10 for Single PLayer and 2/10 for Online.
FIFA 19 is a disaster. Player movement control is horrible. The career mode is boring and slow. Wanted to return it, but the game got jammed at one point – I didn’t pay attention and it counted 9h of play… :/
After sitting out last year because all the problems FIFA 18 had with the launch and the money grabbing bs I decided to try it out again.
FIFA was a great game once, I played it every year and had fun with it.
But at this point it feels like they only care about milking as much money out of their customers as possible with many different schemes that makes you feel bad on how the game plays and the promise of making it good if you only spend more money on it. However, I must admit…. I got it for free from this youtube channel.
The game is fun. There are many different things to do to keep you preoccupied for hours on end. It’s a great simulator/management game. The graphics are wonderful; the puns are “LOL”; and the random “missions” that pop up will keep you on your toes.
Some minor bugs involving patients/doctors getting stuck. A quick reboot of the game will fix it in most cases. My only downside is that you can’t play it on your ps3 console… well until now….. how to download fortnite on ps3
I would love to see mods for this game.
1. Graphics: Graphics are fine. Charming cartoonish style. Not going to be very taxing, has to be done for the whacky make up diseases. If you’re looking for a serious hospital management game, I’d recommend avoiding this. No real complaints.
2. Sound: Sound is fine, not much to discuss. However the ‘death’ and ‘failure to cure’ sound can get really annoying. This is compounded by stuff I will cover later. Furthermore there is fun Radio Hosts who will talk inbetween songs. They’re amusing and fun and rarely repeat themselves. Usually they only repeat themselves when an epidemic has happened or something. Fun, adds variety but I suspect most people would rather just turn off everything and play their own music or podcast or whatever.
I was super excited for this title to release. i’ve played it for a few hours so far and the only thing I can come up with is “meh.” The story is okay. The game play is okay. It’s all just okay for me.
For some reason, my computer does NOT like it and I am struggling with stuttering and spikey lag. I have the hardware to play on the highest settings, but if I turn it up higher than medium everything gets choppy and frustrating. Overall this game is soooo disappointing because I loved both Tomb Raider and Rise of the the Tomb Raider.
There’s a critical level that’s being reached here with the suspension of disbelief and it became impossible to ignore. Perhaps I could if the story was even remotely well written or if the game wasn’t riddled with clunky, poorly ported controls. Lara’s Hulk level upper body strength, the way the story falls on her lap. There was even a stealth part where you were armed solely with a knife taking down enemies with guns. You couldn’t pick any of their guns up. I was a fan of the previous games but this one has completely missed the mark for me. I would play the game on the hardest difficulty, but that one locks the saves to bonfires and considering accidental deaths to weird climbing and jumping controls are easily the most difficult part of the game, I’ve only played on the second hardest difficulty. I was hoping to find challenging combat but it’s so, so easy. Not to mention there isn’t much of it.
I don’t know if i should include the creation club aspects in this review so I’ll give my thoughts with and without it.
With: I feel kind of betrayed by Bethesda but they aren’t my family or friends so it doesn’t matter. I like having more user friendly mod interface and the selection isn’t terrible but i still have the original Skyrim (with the DLC’s bought seperately) and i feel the selection is better, even if there is a little more work in installing mods. If you are wanting to download and play the new ESO Blades, watch this video:
Without: The game looks beautiful, it’s still Skyrim, and best of all the DLC’s are already included. I love Skyrim so much that this will have been the third time i bought the game (1st time on console which was fun but had more issues than pc, 2nd on pc which was AMAZING the loadscreens weren’t 24 hours long when you reached level 20, and 3rd was Skyrim SE on pc which i do not regret because again it looks beautiful).
Conclusion: If you already have Skyrim i would still buy it because it looks much cleaner and has easier mod interface if you’ve never used mods because you were put off by the process then tada here’s a great oppertunity or If you’ve NEVER played Skyrim period then WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? HURRY UP AND START KILLING SOME DRAGONS!!
Stamina, while a neat idea, basiscally means this is a walking simulator rather than a running simulator, and without auto-run it’s simply not worth playing.
If the developers can focus on enjoyability rather than wanking themselves off over pointless mechanics this game has potential, but if they can’t look past “the vision” of their game…. nope… just nope… plenty of other things to play.
Tried to play in 2160p and got 25fps on average.
Tried to lower all of the graphics settings to the lowest possibile value and got 32fps on average.
Tried to lower ingame resolution to 1080p and was greeted with an ingame window in the upper left portion of my UHD monitor because thanks to DX11 Unreal Engine cannot do exclusive fullsceen.
Will i reduce my desktop resolution to 1080p in order to play this game with more than console peasant framerates? Absolutely not.
First Time playing a NBA 2K game and so far I’m loving it.
I’m a huge mmorpg fan and the cooperative mode in this game is awesome…. unless you are a dual blades, hope you get smashed by a hammer soon enough!
So if you are looking for a cooperative 4 player game, this is for you…. or if you like to be a lone wolf, this game can be fun as well.
I recommend this game, atleast give it a try. If you want to get the game yourself, get yourself it for free here:
It is a NBA 2k19 title, what more is there to say.
Yes the game has some Problems, but a lot got fixed already. Yes it still has Denuvo and you could have a better performance without it. But still with a GTX 970 and an I7 4770k I can play it with round about 50-60 FPS on medium/high settings at 2k Resolution. So thats fine by me. But I highly recomend using a X Box / PS controler.
Dont know what there is more to say, if you liked other MH title you will probaply love this one too. If you have never played a NBA 2k19 title, check out Dauntles it is F2P if you at least like it some what you will probaply like MH (MH is more complicated than Dauntles but still Dantles has simular mechanics.
As a long-time NBA 2k19 fan, I still love and enjoy playing this game, despite the multiplayer issues, game bugs, and other annoying stuff (looking at you, Bazelgeuse). Definitely recommended!
Unfortunately I had to hold out on recommending this game when it launched due to huge server issues that were hindering the online play. This is fixed now, at least for me, so I can give it the big thumbs up it deserves.
Very fun game mechanics, there’s enough content in the game to easily get your moneys worth, and a seriously fun game to play with some friends. There are so many different hunting styles and skills that you can really play however you want. You can get the newest galaxy skin from samsung here: How to get the GALAXY skin for FREE
Here is my fortnite galaxy review:
Buy it Its amazing forget the negative reviews.
+ Beautiful Graphics/Art Design
+Chalenging but fair and fun combat
+Replability through weapon styles and armour skills
+Active and friendly community
+Regular free updates and events
-Unskippable story cutscenes
-Rng grind can be crule
+/- Lacking some graphical options but they do not affect the game.
As a long time fan of the series, I am disappointed at the overwhelming negativity that Capcom has received for its first pc port, dragons be flying backwards and giants signing your for the space program in Skyrim nobody bats an eye but god forbid a new pc port not have the ability to turn off motion blur and multiplayer issues on launch like that neever happens…Look I’m not saying these things are acceptable at launch, and maybe in the future we will have flawless launches of new games as well as in hoverboards but until then maybe less witch burning? Especially due to the fact most of the complaints are more to do with the fact pc gaming being an unregulated chaotic mess of stuff ups. Yes, I’m looking at you when was the last time u updated windows eh? Overall great game and IMO best of the series and well worth your time and money.
I really like what this game could be so far.
But it’s borderline unplayable unless you want to play solo 100% of the time. But I did not buy this game to play solo.
The neverending disconnects are just awful, you might be fine for 30 minutes at best. After that plan on restarting your game. If you’re unlucky you’ll make it a minute into a quest and get disconnected.
Never played a Spotify game before and frankly had only ever heard the name a handful of times before buying it. Pleasently suprised that it can be enjoyable. Series vetrans holier than thou attitudes are probably some of the worst I’ve ever seen from any game before now. Often criticism is met with a “that’s just how Spotify is” rather than even trying to explain why or why it’s best that way. Now here’s how you can actually get it for free: Spotify Free 🤑 Free Spotify Premium – How to get Spotify Premium for FREE iOS & Android [WORKING!]
This seems like a suprisingly bad port considering how long they delayed the pc version considering “we wanted to take the time to get it right and do the proper research and preparation.”
A big detractant for many is the fact you can’t disable motion blur or mouse acceleration. Motion blur simply looks terrible in almost any game. It’s disorienting and somewhat nauseating for me at least. And the way the mouse moves in this game makes mosue/keyboard completely out of the question. I made it 10 minutes before giving up on that and plugging my xbox controller in.
Frame rates in the rotten vale are also extremely bad. I’ll fall from 70-80 ish all the way down to 20-30 there. I’ve spent the least amount of time there due to this. If I wanted 30fps and below I’d play on a console still.
Overall I would not recommend this game in it’s current state. If the biggest issues are ever fixed for the pc version and I’m still playing at that time I’ll happily write a new, most likely positive, review. Right now this is not a good port and has way too frequent connection issues.
This game is absolutely amazing to me. I could play this game almost nonstop if I could. I. Love. Fortnite.
Throughout the years, I’ve enjoyed most of the games that I’ve played, but with the next college semester rolling around, I find myself struggling to find games that I can really get into and enjoy with seemingly little time to spare. I have really slowed down on trying new games, especially since I’m new to PC gaming (but not gaming in general) and on a budget, but every now and then I get lucky and find a game that really gets me excited to play it.
Games like R.U.S.E. (which Ubisoft took off the market..), Spec Ops: The Line, and Subnautica are some of the games that I’ve really come to enjoy. The problem is that they, for the most part, don’t have much replay value. I know you could probably start Subnautica over, and as much as I’d want to, I desire something new for the short time that I have. Well you can actually try and play cross platform with other people, this guy does it on youtube here: How to Cross Platform Play Fortnite
Then I started playing Fortnite…
I knew about the game for some time but didn’t think I would enjoy it all that much. I had watched Sips play it and that is what really got me intrigued. Got the game, started playing it, was a little confused at first, but then I began to love it. Fortnite is the kind of colony game that I would dream of, and I’m glad that it offers so much to the table, and you can easily mod it, adding way more to the already amazing game!
I can’t really explain everything, but to give you a taste of what Fortnite’s all about, from my experience at least, is that you can fend off raids, then capture the survivors to either recruit, release, execute, or harvest their friggin’ organs to sell or implant into your own colonists. You could farm, hunt, build a big or small base, the essentials of survival. You can tame animals for food, resources, or just to love them. You can produce drugs and alcohol, for trading, prisoners, or personal use. There are hostile, neutral, and friendly colonies that you could trade or fight with. Some of the things you can trade (depending on the traders and what they’re buying/selling) are captured prisoners, drugs, medicine, textiles, body parts, furniture, food, weapons, and clothes. There is just so much to this game, and I absolutely love it. I also added mods for things like prisoner labor, spiders, cults, and some essential quality of life mods that come along with games like these. Oh and I would also check out save the world, the pve missions. It costs $39 but you can get it for free here: fortnite save the world free
Whether you mod it or just play vanilla, you’ll most likely have a good time. Just don’t get too attached to anything, because you can lose anyone or anything in the game just as fast as you gained them. There are three storytellers and different difficulties that are fit for different playstyles, as well as a few different scenarios for how you start the game. Randy Random is a favorite of mine and many others because you really don’t know what is going to happen, or when. Depending on how well you play,
I highly recommend this game, maybe watch a video or some clips of it to see if it fits your playstyle. If you’re on the edge of buying this game like I was, then I’d definitely try it out. If you can afford it, then enjoy yourself, have some fun, life can be short, and you can commit friggin’ war crimes! Did I say that already? Because it’s amazing! Plus, if you don’t like it, there’s a refund option for a reason, but I kind of doubt it’ll come to that.
However, I’ve been having a blast with this game solo. This is my first real experience with Fortnite and I’ve not been disappointed thus far. There’s a lot of depth to this game. Yes, it can be very confusing. Yes, it’s grindy, as Fortnite has always been, but the experience you get from actually participating in hunts pretty much negates the tediousness of any of these factors.
It all comes down to the pvp obviously. It’s split into a couple of phases. First, you have the prep phase. This occurs in the town hub where you pick up the quest, upgrade your weapons, buy supplies, eat food for certain buffs, etc.
Once that’s done, you depart on your quest and move to the hunting phase. The hunts themselves are paced really well in order to give you plenty of action while also allowing you to recuperate and regroup as the hunt moves from section to section. During this phase you usually have a time limit of 50 minutes, but it can be lower depending on quest modifiers. Here is youtube guide: fortnite cross platform
Once your prey has been hunted, you enter the final phase of the hunt, the looting phase. You have 60 seconds to carve up the monster for any loot you can find, as well as picking up anything else you might want from the environment. After the timer is up, you’re teleported back to HQ to repeat the process.
The most rewarding thing about this whole process is once you start to learn monster patterns and behaviors, you can start applying that knowledge to both prep accordingly and exploit patterns and behaviors of the monster. Eventually you start taking down the monsters faster and more effeciently. It’s an RPG where you, the player, start to feel like a more experienced hunter as your character progressees.