A review of the new Assassin’s Creed Rogue (no spoilers)

The next installment in the eternal Assassin’s Creed saga begins in the Seven Years War in the Colonial America of the Eighteenth century. Starring Shay Patrick Cormac, you will accompany him in his adventure by land and sea, in which blood and betrayal have a big role. We don’t want to spoil the mysteries and the overall plot, so it is better than you play it, but before we will analyze this title for PCs from Ubisoft.

In Assassin’s Creed Rogue you will only find a story mode in which you can only use it in single player mode. The Multiplayer mode disappears in Rogue, but don’t worry, there are plenty of things to do; it’s an interesting game despite being a very over advertised title.

Assassin's Creed Rogue

The story involves obtaining memories through the Animous (there are also playable times in which you can get information about other AC) of a young murderer, Shay Patrick Cormac. You will help him, as the plot advances in naval battles, against face-to-face with enemies and, of course, his furtive murders. Rogue begins in a quite hectic way but for this we will post a series of tutorials to get control of it (it comes in handy when you have some time without playing AC).

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Life is Strange, analysis

Life is Strange is a game that can go unnoticed for many gamers. However, those who play it will be left wanting more, due to its mysterious story from the beginning will pique our curiosity.

Our main character, Max Caulfield, starts experiencing strange hallucinations. Afterwards, he starts living repeated moments and then when the player starts discovering what is going on.

Life is Strange

This title offers us a single game mode divided in different stories. The first episode, Chrysalis is the only one available at the moment, but you can buy the whole pack of episodes on Steam for 17 dollars or buy them individually for 5 dollars each. But only as they come out for sale.

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Talking about Next Gen Games

For what is a next-gen game? My opinons:

1. Kinect 2.0 has the power and potential to make true next gen gaming interface experiences.
2. Digital purchases and cloud access from ANY Xbox One is a true next gen gaming experience.
3. Cloud controlled DRM management for resale and trade of digital games is true next gen gaming experience.
4. The “Steam” experience is true next gen for console gaming.
5. Second screen control, interaction and content supplements are true next gen.
6. Cloud powered graphical processing to supplement on device hardware rendering is true next gen and can significantly increase power and capabilities of the console well into the future.
7. Whole experience media control with overlay interaction and experiences formed with partnerships with the major networks, cable companies and other media partners is true next gen.

– Physical media is last gen.
– Gamestop brick and mortar used model is familiar, but last gen.
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