I’m here to remind you of that Far Cry 5 content that I slaved away on while y’all were enjoying a much-needed break. First up, here’s me chatting to Far Cry 5 narrative director Jean-Sebastien Decant, the nicest guy in any room, about putting the fun in fundamentalism.
Perhaps the very tip of that crapburg however, belongs to the actual button layout of PUBG on Xbox One. It’s overly-convoluted, with buttons often having multiple functions mapped to them that results in bloated gameplay. It seems some of that fat is being trimmed off in the latest PUBG update however, as a Type-B preset seeks to evolve the game further.
A preacher’s flock is on the loose, the end times are upon the citizens of Fall’s End and someone has to take a stand against Joseph Seed and his church. Which makes for an intriguing setup in Ubisoft’s character-driven series of shooting and survival. I needed some answers to certain questions, and fortunately I managed to sit down with Far Cry 5 narrative director Jean-Sebastien Decant, as he preached the good gospel to me. Here’s what he had to say about the 50 Shades of Crazy that is Far Cry 5.
All ages gameplay, a colourful world to explore and a platforming mascot who has some potential to join the legends of the genre in the years to come. Super Lucky’s Tale won’t push your skills too far when it comes to its imaginative level design, but it’ll still be a cathartic way to wrap up the year thanks to its nostalgic focus on the past.
While it does take time to make a game, the Xbox One and its protein bar guzzling young brother the Xbox One X need games which draw players into that brand. That’s a statement that Xboss Phil Spencer agrees with. "We need to grow, and I look forward to doing that," Spencer said to Bloomberg recently.
The Xbox One X is a niche device. It’s a machine for a certain market, while also requiring some faith from those people who splash cash down on it. That seems to be the running theme in reviews for the hardware-heavy console, as opinions on the actual tech is overwhelmingly positive so far.
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