Whether it laziness or down to a dilution of content; Ruaidhri is reaching the end of his interest in big open world games. Could games do with going back to more linear focused affairs?
Tag: Assassin’s Creed
Playing Devil’s advocate is never easy, especially when you actually quite like the Devil. Ruaidhri prepares for a roasting as he tries to justify why Unity is his favourite Assassin’s Creed game to date.
With annual releases and the inherent restrictions of the platform you’re making a game for, is there any real room for innovation in games? Apart from some more lens flare, have we reached our peak?
Ruaidhri takes a look at games with long running back catalogues that need to take a step back. Whether it’s from bad games, bad design choices or lack of innovation, all these franchises need a break.
Reliving genetic memories. Like a past relation making sweet love to your great, great, great, great grandma
Ruaidhri goes through his music collection to provide people wanting to start a ‘Video Game Soundtrack Collection’ an idea of where to start.
Oh the fun of Assassin’s Creed, running along roof tops like a fiddler and leaping from great heights just to shiv a guy. Assassin’s Creed is one of many games where I’ve taken the game sub consciously into real life. I’ve been waiting at bus stops and looking at the buildings around thinking “I’d run along there and climb that, jump over there and swing down that pole” all the while tracing a route with my eyes. Of course I can’t do those things, firstly because of the legality of prancing about on other people’s roof tops and secondly because I am a man in his late 20’s who is overweight and with a bum knee.