The season of Halloween is just about upon us which, as sure as the sun rises, means a slew of horror games will be heading our way. The first for me is Don’t Knock Twice, a psychological first person horror game from Wales Interactive. It was originally released on PC with a special inclusion of VR support. As this is the Switch version, obviously that feature has been taken out but then main game is still intact.
Fatal Fury 2 is the third Fatal Fury game that I’ve reviewed for What About The Game. My first taste of the series was with the first game, next was Garou: Mark of the Wolves, which while not carrying the series’ name, is considered to be the fourth game in the franchise. Be sure to check out my thoughts in those two games as my reviews found them to be quite the opposite in terms of quality. Where does Fatal Fury 2 fit in to it? Well somewhere in the middle, but erring to the side of to original game, sadly.
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After a seemingly never ending release schedule of Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry games, Ubisoft decided to bring a brand new IP into the gaming world. Needless to say, a lot of people were excited. It did look great to be fair. A new open world game where you can hack into just about anything. You were the puppeteer and the city was at your command. Ubisoft really pushed it promotionally and it was a huge success sales wise, even being the fastest selling new IP ever in the UK. The sequel, Watch_Dogs 2 is due for release very soon and with that in mind I want to look back at the original. But did it ever live up to that expectation? Let’s find out.
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