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Insomniac Games has been creating some of the best franchises for Sony Computer Entertainment for a long time – most notably Ratchet & Clank along with Jak & Daxter. This time, they take their creative genius over to Microsoft with Sunset Overdrive – an open world action adventure which features zombies and a lot of heart in every part of the city. There is action here that ranged from jumping on railways speeding you to one dimension of the city, while being able to thrive and call the world your own.
The Evil Within is all about the crazy, the looney, and the insane. That is where everything starts, and rather than take a realistic approach, The Evil Within opts to take a bland approach to storyline that often deters people from the reality of the tension in the situation of being trapped in an insane asylum and combines it with the mediocrity that is terrible gameplay. The Outlast copy cat in The Evil Within hardly does anything constructive in ways of a horror title, and often times there are elements that get disappointingly repetitive for a title that could have held so much promise – like the shining and brilliant example of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Often most games try to reach too far and for the clouds. Drive Club is this title that fails miserably. And to top it off – how terrible a game can be to offer such a marketing campaign as “Forza-killer” and then follow up with such disappointing performance that made me snore in front of the wheel. Thankfully there is Forza Horizon 2 for anyone actually looking to spend their money on a title that is not possibly one of the most deluded titles in history. Forza Horizon 2 is exceptionally metallurgical in terms of the quality of features offered, and the pure adrenaline rush of the specialty that is one thing: DRIVE. Forza Horizon 2 keeps the pace up with incredible details from environment to the cars themselves, full weather system, and yes open horizons in a open-world driving game similar to EA Black Box’s Need For Speed open world. Forza Horizon 2 really carries on the legacy that Forza Horizon started – and creates a stunning title in the process and one of the best racing titles out so far.