Angus almost seemed alright, to be fair – a strong start. Anyone willing to be a climatologist in the nightmare future is probably a pretty solid geezer, and they’ve even submitted an article to a science journal! Admittedly they also sell elbow fetish videos, but I don’t want to yuck their yum. It was all going so well until I noticed that Angus’ face is perpetually stuck doing the People’s Eyebrow, a la Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the late 90s. I checked – it’s always like that. I imagine him as being always one sentence away from finding a way to make the conversation about elbows, and I think that would get uncomfortable quickly. Next. … [Read more...] about Does Watch Dogs Legion contain a single NPC I could bear to hang out with?
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It's brilliant, really. Despite its openness, The Crown Tundra feels like the closest thing to classic Pokémon at its best. It feels like a world with mystery, where exploration leads to genuine discovery, where, crucially, you don't know exactly what something does the moment you lay eyes on it. Deep into one area you'll find a cooking pot, very much out of place by a tree. In another, a singular tombstone with a curious inscription. The land itself has genuine variety, ranging from sunny rivers and flowers to graveyards, caves, and half-frozen ocean. There are little nooks and side routes and curious dead ends. There are places where it's almost possible to almost get lost. And there are hills - actual hills! - that give a genuine sense of topography, reality and life to the land. It makes The Crown Tundra the first place in Gen 8 where it's truly possible to explore. … [Read more...] about Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra review – that’s more like it