Yep. It’s time for another yearly entry in the Call of Duty series…and nope, I’m not one bit tired of it!
This was the first VR title I got to try out back in the day. The one that convinced me I needed a Playstation VR for sure. Having it in my hands now though, my feelings are a bit mixed.
Wizorb is basically Arkanoid, except everything looks almost exactly like Link to the Past. The promotional material for the game tries to make it look kind of semi-RPG like a Zelda game, but it’s really not. There are shops where you can buy power-ups that you lose when you die, and you, being a “wizorb”, do have spells, but only a few, and you never get any new ones. No, this is just a game about hitting balls to break blocks. One that has bizarrely large chunks of levels between checkpoints. It wasn’t nearly as exciting as it looked from the trailers, but it was ok.
Already played this before on PC back when it came out, but I played that Outlast 2 demo a while ago and then 1 was in yet another Sony sale for just a few bucks so I thought what the hell.
Phantasmagoria is a horror adventure by Roberta Williams, creator of the King’s Quest series. It is also one of the earliest and biggest games of the FMV craze of the 90s. It had an astounding (at the time) 7 whole discs (that’s in CDs, if you crazy kids even know what those are anymore) and was said to contain some pretty controversial and highly graphic material. I’ve always wanted to try it out to finally know once and for all, the truth about Phantasmagoria. Well…it kinda sucks.