November continues with a lot of games for review and battle for the elusive Christmas Market.
But Rockstar Games has gone away with the latest version.
Red Dead Redemption 2 ★★★★ ½
To say Red Dead Redemption 2 is a cinematic game is an understatement.
It is clear that every detail has been repeatedly dubbed in setting this Westerne the right path and whether it is right or wrong, given what has been reported over teams that work over 100 hours per week, it is hard to deny that this game struggled with perfection over the time when the story of Arthur Morgan, outlaw and member of the Van der Linde group, which is found in 1899, after an incorrect heist, is routed.
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Early images like a snow storm and people's interaction inside are just impressive. There are lots of controls for Arthur, too – will have to be fed, maintained resistance and also kept healthy.
This is a kind of nannying, which, while realistic for the game, reminds you that it's also a work (like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas made you keep your protagonist alive) and not you simply have fun playing the game.
From a visual point of view, the game impresses on all levels, from cinema that feels authentic to switching rooms on scenes that make you feel like in a Sergio Leone movie, there are many wonderful things here. Rockstar Games has built on the success of previous titles such as Grand Theft Auto and has created an almost cinematic video experience that will continue to impress for years to come.
The effect of Tetris ★★★★
Returning Tetris to Tetris: The effect feels like an adorable tribute to the game that suffocated so many of our lives three decades ago.
But in many ways, this is a Tetris that is bathed in an Ibiza Chill-out album, set in a pulsed pulse of psychedelic images and then stuck in a float tank with you through the Sound Shapes game , which incorporates music and rhythm.
But each level is also blessed with a whole series of moving effects around the central game that sits in the middle of the screen. It is a more active effect in the VR environment, but it does not lose any benefit when it is on a normal screen. Indeed, as the relaxed sound plays, images are absorbed, reflecting the nature of what you are doing.
It is a sensory aggression in many ways – although it is welcomed to spin models, growing creatures are formed around the side of the game, pulsing, spinning and pulling digital digital points that grow as levels continue and as the game improves .
Overall, Tetris Effect is a passing update of the past, a clever hint to the future, and a game that does not lose sight of what made Original Tetris to become such a hoarse game.
Hitman 2 ★★★
Agent 47 is back.
The previous game carved 47 shots in episodes, giving you time to feel the thief of planning and executing killing.
The latest, indeed, feels a little episodic, since you can choose where you will continue after the first mission. It's odd to report that the game was released immediately.
This time, agent 47 hunts the Shadow client and his shady group, leaving him on a collision course with his past. Beginning on the sandy shores of Hawke Bay, the world tour takes place again, with 47-year missions leading him to the shores of Mumbai, Colombia and other parts of Europe.
Hitman 2 works in some ways and does not succeed in others.
But it's as much fun as you want it to be. Again, it is not a game of patience, and if you have no desire to draw plans, set traps and collect rewards, it is best to go elsewhere. However, viewing the goals is scattering, approaching their execution, they can offer an impetuous being.
The opening of New Zealand in Hawke's Bay is fragmentary; its location could be anywhere, but it's a good opener to set the conspiracy tone, and the location in front of the beach means you really have to plan something to escape.
That's the deal with Hitman 2; it's just as complicated as you want to.
Hitman 2 does exactly what he says on the blackboard; there are also proposals for multiplayer and the return of hard targets to take into account. But as far as leaving the crowd in a busy season, Hitman 2 shoots, but he does not hit a bullseye at all for other fans of Agent 47's story.
Review codes were provided to the reviewer by Rockstar Games, PlayStation NZ and Warner Bros. Interactive, respectively.