Mixed (Rent or Watch Playthrough)

These are the games which are generally released. After one playthrough pretty much they just take up space. Though, for some, while the story may be interesting, they aren’t worth the price so those are marked as “Watch Playthrough.”

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    Life Is Strange 2: Part 1 “Roads” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Taking on topical topics like police brutality, immigration, and racism against Mexicans, Life Is Strange 2 downplays a lead’s ability to present a message.

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    Middle Earth: Shadow of War (Act I) – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Act I of Shadow of War is basically a 4-hour reintroduction to the basics of Middle Earth franchise and Monolith showing off its new added trinkets. Leading to mixed results.

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    Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Adam Jensen is back and on a new case. One in which he is trying to investigate one terrorist attack and stop a forthcoming one. Trigger Warning(s) Everything you’d normally expect from an M rated game Play Through Time Approximately 48 Hours

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    Watch_Dogs – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpIeWxsfBos Overview Traveling through open world cities is nothing new but with a hacking element, Watch_Dogs carves itself a nice little niche. Review (with Spoilers) After Grand Theft Auto 5 having more so a grander scale than the fun factor of past GTAs, I must admit it made Watch_Dogs sheer number of to the point side-quest remind me of what I missed in the latest GTA. For between going into a building and doing a one-man war against a local gang; taking down drug caravans; sprinting to drop off cars, or driving around as a decoy; and the million and one hacking mini-games, amongst other mini-games; Watch_Dogs does a lot which GTA didn’t. Thing is, compared to other open-world, city based, games, the question is whether Watch_Dogs doesn’t have much more than its hacking gimmick? Characters & Story Aiden Pearce (Noam Jenkins) is a hacker located within a futuristic Chicago.…

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    Urban Empire – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview/ Review (with Spoilers) Despite being the type of game made for replayability, Urban Empire strangely has the vibe of a one play through type of game. Though that one campaign you play, oh it will keep you attached to your computer and unwilling to close that window. Play Through Time One Campaign Took Me 3 Days

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    Tropico 5 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview The return of El Presidente is a great triumph, but with perhaps one or two major flaws   Review (with Spoilers) I started my interested in the series with Tropico 4 and spent hours building up my island while fending off factions seeking to impede my progress. With Tropico 5 my goals are no different, but the challenges are escalated as there are less clear ways to make the people happy, and you are tasked with more micromanagement. But being that I am El Presidente, surely a few obstacles can’t stop me right?

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    Life Is Strange: Season 1/ Episode 5 "Polarized" – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Like many episodic games, it is truly the build to the ending which makes the series good. For once that climax is hit, it is all downhill from there. Now, as for Life Is Strange Episode 5, what you’ll get is a lot of recaps and then one major decision. Which, to me, wasn’t that hard. Playthrough Time: 3 Hours (Includes lots of time making mistakes and not knowing how to solve 2 puzzles presented)

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