Overall, I had a good time playing SEGA AGES: G-LOC: Air Battle. It was an enjoyable experience from start to finish. The game is easy to understand and great to just spend a few minutes at a time with. G-LOC feels more like an upgrade to some of Sega’s previous flight games, and thus not feeling like a fully original game.
Even with these issues though, I enjoy Minecraft Dungeons. I’ll likely put more time in with it between playing heavier, story-based titles, but I’m compelled by its gameplay. The combat is fun and light, and perhaps the Apocalypse Mode will carry more of the awesome loot I seek. Also, at a $20 price point, it has plenty of action for the entry cost.
Overall, I’m glad the world has a chance to experience the world of The Wonderful 101 with this fresh coat of paint. With the spirit of a love letter to Clover Studio fused with a challenge for the future, The Wonderful 101 Remastered is a whole lot like its original: wonderful.
Even after playing through plenty of rogues, Fury Unleashed stands out. With its bright and varied visuals, unique combination of level design and storytelling, and polished modernized mechanics, this one will keep you coming back for more. So grab a partner or go it alone, and unleash some fury!
All in all, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix is an addictive musical experience for old and new fans alike. With catchy music and engaging techno-pop visuals, as well as an elaborate customization menu, there is something here for everyone. Whether you’re playing at home or on a regular commute, Mega Mix leaves you wanting more.
If you are an old fan of the game, I sincerely recommend you to pick up this game and relieve one of the most iconic Call of Duty campaigns. And if you weren’t playing when MW2 was originally released and you know nothing about this game, I can only say: go get it NOW!