Assassin’s Creed Unity was out last year and made my number 1 most disappointing game of 2014. It was unfinished, flawed and had so many issues that completing it without the updates should’ve been an achievement on its own.
Review Super Smash Bros. series as a whole has been around since the Nintendo 64 days. I was there from day one enjoying the series from that moment onward. Although I wasn’t a big fan of the Wii version of Smash Bros, when news came of a series release for the Wii U and 3DS, I was sold. After a year since Pokemon X & Y my 3DS was beginning to gather some dust, but thankfully the dust has been wiped cleaned. And testament to the quality of Nintendo products, my 3DS XL still held a charge.
It was at E3 2012 that my eyes finally came upon the Watch Dogs gameplay footage. I wasn’t at E3, but comfortably sitting at my laptop at home. Either way, I was transfixed on the gameplay and instantly sold on what was shown. My mind couldn’t fathom the footage I had just witnessed, nor could I believe that Watch Dogs was running on (at that point) current generation consoles. PC yes, consoles no.
I remember back all the way to November 2012 when the Wii U was released. My eyes were wide open, my heart was ready give love and my hands were eager to play some Nintendo games. And I did. That sounded so dirty… Anyway, I was in love with the Wii U console and couldn’t believe that Nintendo had finally entered the HD era of gaming. I was excited at the amount of gaming I was prepared to do on this beautiful looking, and designed, console.
Be warned, the following blog post may contain mild spoilers and will contain strong language. You have been warned, and either way, I hope you enjoy this post. I may not make total sense, but my feelings were very strong at the time of writing this and I just needed to get those out as quickly as possible.