It is high time the game industry enjoyed peace and quietude since the immense holiday is now over. More so, this is a moment to review some interesting games to be released this year. Most of the games to be reviewed here will be released this year. Though, you can also have a look on Australian online casinos. The reviews will take a look at their features and a few things they have to offer. Below are some games I truly anticipate in 2014.
– The Elder Scrolls Online
To some extent, I do not like this game; however, somehow I can give it a chance; that is of course the reason why it is included here. I also think that somehow this game will be a great thing happening to MMO and that is probably going to get lots of people interested in it but this cannot be ascertained until the game is released.
The game is quite astounding in terms of quantity. It adds together the features of Hammerfell, Morrowind, Elsweyr, Valenwood and the Summerset Isles. However, the major issue I am concerned about in this game is quality.
– Bravely Default
This game succeeds the Final Fantasy. It involves the 4 heroes of light which has job and combat system akin to Final Fantasy V. However, I cannot say whether this game is similar to them or not since I have not played them. The games seem to be a traditional Japanese RPG whose combat system is menu based and which is directly above the world view.
– Dragon Age: Inquisition
I like Dragon Age and Mass Effect and this has made me to still care about BioWare though I do not really like it. These games bring to mind a captive scene. I trust BioWare to still produce good stories even though they delivered poor story in Dragon Age II. The idea which this game is based upon is quite time consuming for a game that has three endings. It appears as though the game copied DA: Origins. If that was so, it would have been a great game as DA: Origins was outstanding. However, the game seems to lack the uniqueness and special features obvious in DA: Origins.
– The Sims 4
The Sims 1 was a great game and so is also The Sims 2. However, The Sims 3 simply went below standard. While playing The Sims 3, severally I was so occupied with getting my Sim out of poverty and so forth. Although, I do not yet know the features incorporated into The Sims 4, I advocate that the features and creative works obvious in The Sims 2 will be brought back to The Sims 4. I also hope that The Sims 4 be made less cumbersome as The Sims 3 but borrow the simplicity of The Sims 2. Of course, they may have lots of expansions and features to incorporate into the new version but these are not what are looking out for. I am simply looking out for the restoration of the simplicity and creativity.