Carlos asks a few questions about Matthew's full review of Far Cry 5 and discusses what the game does so well and where it falls short. We also talk a bit about God of War, which is based on the recent positive feedback given by critics.
The last episode for the TMG Podcast before we enjoy the Christmas and New Year holiday. We look back at 2017 - the great events, amazing games, and how exciting next year will be thanks to a strong year for the industry.
We get it, the EA Battlefront 2 controversy cannot be snuffed out. As we watch it grow, Carlos and Matthew talk about another issue that is somewhat similar in Destiny 2. We also tackle Square Enix's European side, ongoing games, and a lot more.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is as pure of an Ace Combat game as it gets. Playing through the campaign was a blast, and a challenging experience. This could’ve been a perfect return to form had they presented a chunkier multiplayer package.
What separates Mark of the Ninja from other stealth games is the degree of precision by which it has been crafted. Every mistake you make is yours and yours alone, as Mark of the Ninja leaves none of its design to randomly generated chance.
Whether you’re a diehard fan of the series, recall enjoying the original game enough to play it the way it was intended, or are just in the mood for a good, solid JRPG, I highly recommend Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. I know it scratched my JRPG itch.