Rare

Sea of Thieves Review

The first thing you’ll notice is the absolutely beautiful world. Rendered in Rare's tradition of stylized forms and exaggerations, the breathtaking scenery bathed in a beautiful lighting and colors of dynamic weather and time of day. Oh, and the sea… it’s simply astonishing. The calm and clear sea is a pure paradise sight straight from a postcard, while the storming ocean is a frightening beast, crashing wildly around and beating mercilessly your ship.

Sea of Thieves Review

Kinect Sports Rivals

Technically speaking Kinect Sports Rivals is a far better Kinect experience than the previous two entries. But even with that, the game still feels like an under realized experience. None of the six events have much in way of replay value and outside of a few party scenarios the game doesn’t have the legs it needs to warrant a sixty dollar purchase. For me Kinect Sports Rivals is a passable Kinect game that does little to nothing to push Kinect game experiences forward. If anything it might do the exact opposite.

Kinect Sports Rivals

Perfect Dark Zero

This in no way shape or form is a bad game, but I also felt like there was more they could have done to take it further. If you liked the original game or really just want to check out a glimpse of what this next generation console is like, then check this game out. It’s not perfect but it is still a ton of fun to play.

Perfect Dark Zero

Kameo: Elements of Power

This is not a ground breaking game, but at the same token it is one that I feel a lot of people will enjoy and remember as being a good solid launch title that could have been ever better. If you have any interest in this game already, then I would have to say it is definitely worth a look as it does have a lot of great things going for it that do make for a good solid experience.

Kameo: Elements of Power