The first month of the new year is coming to a close and we here at BG4GHub are proud to start bringing our readers a monthly roundup. Each month we plan on conjuring up all the reviews & featured articles from a particular month, just in case anyone may have missed an article.
This article and future monthly roundups are brought to you by Thom Wilde & GamesOfDayne.
Watch Dogs Legion Review:
”Watch Dogs Legion is set in a modern futurized version of London, where everything is turned upside down. You will start of playing as a British Spy named Dalton, who has been sent to investigate a threat to commit a terrorist attack at Parliament. You will find out that the culprits are trying to frame the famous anarchist group of hackers called DeadSec.“
Watch Dogs Legion was reviewed by Venomous_ak. For the full review, click here!
Jet Kave Adventure Review:
“Jet Kave Adventure is a 2.5D side-scrolling platformer featuring a primitive caveman and his shiny new jetpack acquired from an alien. That’s an interesting premise but developer 7LEVELS takes it one step further, adding dinosaurs into the mix in perhaps the first title to bring aliens and dinosaurs into the era of primitive man. With charming visuals and fun gameplay, the adventure of Kave is as weird and wonderful as one would expect from this collision of history and fantasy.”
Jet Kave Adventure was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full review, click here!
Retro Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Review:
“Ruby and Sapphire open the idea of having a Legendary Pokemon be the driving factor in the story. Depending on the game, you will have a different legendary and Enemy Team. By choosing Ruby, you battle against Team Magma and prevent them from using Groudon to destroy the waters and make a gigantic landmass.
In Sapphire, the enemy team is Team Aqua where they wish to use Kyogre to flood the lands.”
Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire was reviewed by GamerViews. For the full review, click here!
“Roundguard is a relaxing game and one i couldn’t put down for awhile as its a welcome addition and a long awaited title from the likes of the peggle series which we never got.”
Roundguard was reviewed by The Dazanator. For the full review, click here!
Sims 5 Wishlist:
“The Sims 5 is a highly anticipated instalment to the ever popular Sims series. Although I, as well as many other sim players enjoy the current game but feel that there are some adjustments needed. This article is my own personal list of features that can make the next sims game better than the rest.”
The Sims 5 Wishlist was written by Thom Wilde. For the full article, click here!
Alba: A Wildlife Adventure First Impressions:
“Alba: A Wildlife Adventure is the educational driven game that is available on PC & Apple Arcade. At first glance the game seems sweet and intriguing to investigate just what it was all about.
Needless to say, Alba is a grand game to introduce to a child and even one that has taught me a thing or two.”
Alba: A Wildlife Adventure first impressions was written by Thom Wilde. For the full article, click here!
“Habroxia is a old school type 2D shooter, where you fly an upgradable ship from left to right and occasionally up and down while collecting upgrades and power ups ultimately to face a boss at the end of a stage.”
Habroxia was reviewed by The Dazanator. For the full review, click here!
Hitman 3 Review:
“The World of Assassination trilogy that IO Interactive started back in 2016 comes to an end with Hitman III in a visually stunning final game. While the gameplay itself feels extremely familiar, experimenting with the multitude of assassinations as Agent 47 remains satisfying and countless challenges encourage replayability to become the ultimate assassin.”
Hitman 3 was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full review, click here!
“Rising from the dead 40 years after life as she knew it came to an end, Abigail Blackwood is spiritually resurrected and burdened with purpose. Taking the form of a glowing white orb, the disembodied spirit of Abigail must explore the Blackwood Manor, her former home, and the surroundings of the village of Oakmarsh to uncover what led to its downfall and the four decades of history regarding her family. Featuring a striking art design in this 2D point and click mystery, Goetia has an atmospheric eeriness that remains intriguing and moody throughout its narrative driven adventure.”
Goetia was reviewed by GamesofDayne. For the full review, click here!
The Last of Us Part 2
“When we left Joel and Ellie in the first one, Joel saves Ellie from dying at the hands of the Fireflies, preventing a vaccine to be made. Now, they live in a small town with friends, new family, and a new life. Not all is safe though, there are still zombies and factions lurking in the shadows….and one of them wants revenge.”
This review was provided by GamerViews. for the full review, click here!
Saints Row 5: A Chance At Redemption
“Saints Row 5 has been confirmed through low subtle methods. Mainly through Tweets, however, a confirmation is a confirmation. The game has been in development for some time as of writing, and fans are excited. Although there’s plenty of reason to be hyped, there are reasons to be skeptical as well.”
This article was written by Thom Wilde. For the full article, click here!
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