The Order: 1886 Game Review


Ever heard of vampire’s and werewolves around London? If you haven’t,in this game The Order: 1886 has bad ass setting of an alternate history of London. This game was released last February 20, 2015, Published by Sony Computer Entertainment and Developed by Ready at Dawn SCE Santa Monica Studio.

So basically you fight as a human or a knight as a member of an old order against the half breeds mainly the werewolves or what they call the Lycans and some other humans that are known as rebels.



“Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, uhmmmmm Hi?”



This game is a hundred percent story based game that makes the combat times are lesser than usual third person action adventure games, which actually is a little bit boring in game play like every action you take follow’s up a cinematic effect with quick times, which means you have to be alert on what button you need to press so that the action may be executed successfully.

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Quick time events are a little bit fast that is why this game also relies on a players reaction time.


Well compared to other games, object interaction is a little unique in this game, because not all objects are that dynamic and enough quality to be viewed closely.



“Hmmmm… what does this button do”.



You will also experience the steam punk theme of this game with variety of high end half breed blowing weapons researched and developed by your team of genius scientist or engineers.



Yes yes, the arc gun go and electrocute everyone.




The graphics in this game is superb, it doesn’t need another movie style for the cinematic, the in game environment can already handle it . Their physics so very impressive, if you will ever see the game play you will notice the hair and cloth details actually moves by motion or artificial wind blows.

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As an overview, this game would be perfect if game play would be more balanced with the cinematic, cause it really feels like you are just watching a movie most of the time. Aesthetics are superb especially the environments , Story is quite interesting, combat system feels like a little bit nah. so i give it a 3/5.

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Gear Up Game Review


To all robot lovers out there, i represent to you Gear Up’ a new vehicle combat arcade shooter with rockets, fire and a lots of explosions released this January 2015 on Steam PC and definitely not a created by Micheal Bay.

Anyways,lets discuss further more about this game . This game is similar to Robocraft except this game’s building mechanic is limited on the design phase which you can only design you mech with the given chassis and you just add up arsenals or change your movement mechanic, unlike Robocraft’s where you have the freedom to build your mech in anyway you want and creativity matters, if you know what i mean 😉 if you don’t you can look up weird and funny mech designs in Robocraft of “Creative” players.


Building your mech seems a little boring for me but the designs of parts really look nice

Today’s generation of new games looks more toonish or we could say toon-shaded games and i don’t know but its the current trend and it looks very nice and new, very refreshing to the eyes because most of it are like bubblegum paint job.


As i said there is bubblegum coat everywhere.

Okay lets talk about the combat system, and yes there is a lot of explosions but the game’s combat system are not that much far compared to Robocraft  or World of Tanks, what only differs here is you can stick to the walls like a spider and you good go like an undetected sniper or assault while you climb those walls, sounds fun right?. The hard part is you can get queued up on a match against experienced players as newbie and there you go getting destroyed like a tin can.


Forgot to mention you can fly, unintentionally.

Well that’s it folks, Now it is time for the game rating!

Game play: 7/10 (simple not much of a new mechanics, team oriented, strategy and skill based)

Graphics: 10/10 (Yes! Eye candy, bubblegum everywhere)

Sound Effects: 7/10 (explosions? not that much)

Environment: 7/10 (Game lobby, Ui, simplistic and maps are good enough)

Entertainment: 7/10 (customization well a little boring for me)

Playability: 8/10 (there is a little unfairness in queuing up against experienced players or high tier players)

Controls: 10/10 (controls are simple if you’re used to racing games and fire buttons as usual)

Overall rating: 8/10



Splatoon Review

Let’s talk about something that others talk about. Nintendo is known for running cute games, games with toonish graphics or family games that has anti profanity or anti toxic player game environment and doesn’t include gore factor. But now they are turning it into a whole new level because Nintendo is about to join the competitive scenes as the game called Splatoon was released on 5/29/15 for WiiU but still without that gore factor. 😀


Now let’s have a quick review, what is Splatoon?  Splatoon is a third person shooter that consists of online multiplayer with game modes: Regular Battle, Ranked Battle and the Battle Dojo and the single-player mode:  Hero Mode. The game has a simple main mechanic, the team who painted most or splattered ink around the arena wins. We will discuss about its game modes further below.

Single player

Hero Mode – a story mode with puzzle and platforming elements. It stars an inkling in the hero suit fighting the octarians in octo valley.


Regular Battle – can be accessed by players of all levels or called Turf war, is a mode consisting of four players in two teams. The team with highest ink coverage after three minutes win the match.

Ranked Battle – Now this is where the real competitive scene shows. It is unlocked when the player has reached level 10. The ranked battle modes require a higher level of strategy compared to turf war and wins and losses will be counted toward player’s ranks. Where players begin with a C- rating (this is there elo stuff), but are able to improve and regress based on how well they perform. Ranked battle has different modes, Splat zones, Tower control and an unconfirmed Rainmaker mode.

Battle Dojo – a local 2-player mode, where both players must attempt to pop the balloons to reach 30 points. If the timer runs out before one player has reached 30 points, whoever has the most wins.



As a player you have a customizable (where players mostly spend their time 😀 ) character kid that can transform into a squid or we’d rather call it a SKID, no just kidding. 😀 … Transforming into a squid allows the player to swim through ink of their own color which can also refill your ink tank (Great! Unlimited ammo) and you can maneuver on walls and through grates too (it’s like having super powers).



                Players are equipped with primary weapons as well as secondary weapons or arsenal of weapons to splatter ink around the arena. Splatoon has various choices of weapons for the characters which are mainly Shooters, Chargers and Rollers. Each of the weapon types has sub types also.

SHOOTERS – Shooters are mid-range rapid fire weapons, with great versatility and the capability of tackling almost any situation. These are like the Sub machine guns in other shooter games.

CHARGERS – are slow long-range weapons which excel in taking down players from a far. Each shot can be charged and upon fully charged can be capable of one hitting the enemy. And these are the snipers of the game.

ROLLERS – are short range weapons or melee weapons which excel at covering areas in ink. Two types of rollers are available: Rollers which leave a wide trail of ink and the Brushes that allows you to move fast with improved range. These are like the maces, clubs and hammers of the game.
Now it is time for the game rating!

Gameplay: 9/10 (simple but cool mechanics, team oriented, strategy and skill based)

Graphics: 10/10 (because it is Nintendo’s tradition to make graphics to be eye candy and splattering ink looks INK-REDIBLE! GET it? INK-REDIBLE HAHAHA :D)

Sound Effects: 9/10 (the sound really matches the game even the splat sound, so satisfying in the ears)

Environment: 8/10 (the lobby is nice, because you can roam around like rpg or open world game does and no toxic players allowed)

Entertainment: 9/10 (it’s fun customizing character and collecting arsenals)

Playability: 9/10 (no pressure on matches, you can queue over and over again and it is a fast paced game)

Controls: 9/10 (controls are simple if you’re used to WiiU’s controller)

Overall rating: 9/10