Telltale Games‘ third installment of its six part Game of Thrones series strikes a lot of the right chords that previous episodes have been lacking: characters making meaningful strides toward their goals in ways that depart from their HBO counterparts and a plot that is beginning to form an idea of what this season’s resolutions might resemble. Episode Three: A Sword in the Darkness is one of the first episodes of the season that really makes this series feel unique in the universe it draws its material from. And yet, it can’t seem to step away from its endless need to pour in an unhealthy dose of fan-service.
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A SEASONAL DUD
In the final episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2, it shows that the episodic nature of the game did no favors in terms of gameplay and story. So what we got is a game, as a whole, that tends to drag around doing nothing instead of telling a compelling story. Continue reading Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review
As we get closer to the end of Resident Evil Revelations 2, there have been a few consistencies across all the episodes so far, and I have no doubt that the same will be applied to the final episode next week. Instead of explaining it all again, I’ll be doing a quick bullet point of things that are still relevant to Resident Evil Revelations 2: Judgment.
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