Sunday, December 5

Review: Back 4 Blood, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Hell Let Loose y Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania

Review: Back 4 Blood, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Hell Let Loose y Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania

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Back 4 Blood, Ni no Kuni II: RevBack 4 Blood, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Hell Let Loose y Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania they are the best video game that you can enjoy these days, so no matter what genre is your favorite, there is something for everyone and these reviews will tell you what you can expect from them.

Back 4 Blood

It’s about a Cooperative zombie shooter we had hoped for for more than a decade. As in the game that preceded it, our mission is to kill the infected to try to return the world to normal. For this we can choose between 8 characters, each with their own abilities.

The most interesting novelty of Back 4 Blood is your card system. Before starting to play we can make up our own deck, made up of cards that provide us with beneficial effects during the game and which affect our character, or the group’s statistics, among others.

It has 4 main game modes: Quickplay, Campaign, Cloud (PvP) and for a player, which we would have liked to have more detail, but it is understood that the game is focused on the cooperative.

The bell consists of 4 acts, which have various missions that require players to help each other throughout the campaign.

The settings and graphics are very well cared for, and the controls are easy to learn, so in a couple of hours you can handle them perfectly.

It is undoubtedly one of the best games of its kind and we are eager to see the extra content that over the months. more hours to enjoy this title than lovers of cooperative games especially, they will love. It is available on Xbox Series X Play Station 5, PC, PS4, and One.

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Prince’s Edition

This is a game RPG with real-time battle system which tells the story of Evan Pettywhisker Tildrum, who rules Ding Dong Dell but is dethroned by a coup so our mission will be to rebuild a new kingdom.

This in the middle of huge, colorful and beautiful scenarios, which are a visual spectacle, which we will do in the company of a large team with endearing characters.

The battle system is fun so the fights with the great variety of enemies that we find in our way will make us spend hours and hours in front of the control, not to mention how long the game is, so you can spend several days to get through it completely.

It should be noted that it is an adaptation that contains the original campaign launched in 2018 but contains the DLC: Lair of the Lost Lord and The Tale of a Timeless Tome.

The version of Switch you can also enjoy it wherever you go. Do not hesitate to give this franchise a try that Although it is not very well known, it should, as it has everything that lovers of the genre look for.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania

It is a reissue in high definition of the first three games of the series of Sega Super Monkey Ball which includes bonus content such as minigames and much more.

For those who have not played, this is a game in which your mission will be to move the stage so that the monkey that is on board a ball does not fall from each of the levels full of color and fun but that at the same time require of a lot of patience.

That does include the help function that we can activate and with which the amount of time on the clock is doubled to allow players to explore the level and the option of slowing down the time, which works very well in difficult areas although we will not obtain achievements in case of resorting to it.

Another addition is the Points Store where you can buy new characters, modes and customization options.

The only bad thing is that no there is an option to play online and sometimes it becomes somewhat repetitive, from there on out, it is one of the best compilations available on all consoles.

Hell Let Loose

It is a first-person scooter set in the World War II, in which there is only multiplayer option, so in the first instance you will have to forget about the campaign or tutorial, which means that once we start we will go straight to face our enemies.

It is full of details in the scenarios very well worked, so technically it fulfills its mission very well by capturing very well what you are looking for, forests, cities and squares.

Unlike other games of this type of title, it has a lot of realism (If we miss the detail that when running we do not get tired), so any damage can cost us the game so it is advisable to always cover up.

Every time you play you must be aware that you will take your time because the scenarios are rough and achieving each goal can take a long time. The only thing that is missed is the single player campaign, but that is a personal observation since, in multiplayer, its good servers will make you spend many hours of fun without problems. Available on Xbox series X / S and PC.

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