Literally unlike any other game I have played, Serial Cleaner is about a professional crime scene cleaner in the mid-'70s. Who thinks of this kind of stuff? Serial Cleaner was developed by Draw Distance and published by Curve Digital and e2w and features a narrative-driven, fast-paced stealth/action story with a 1970s vibe and aesthetic. The music is also fantastic. … [Read more...] about Serial Cleaner: So This is What It’s Like Cleaning up After the Mob
The LVL40 team shares their thoughts and opinions on video games within the first few hours of playing. Our first impressions!
Maybe I just needed to escape. Maybe it's the stress I'm feeling trapped at home in these uncertain times. Or maybe Ori and the Will of the Wisps is just a visceral and gorgeous escape from reality. Yeah, I think that's it. My wife was beside me when I booted up the second Ori title released by Moon Studios. We both got real quiet as we watched the story unfold. My mouth … [Read more...] about Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Immersive and Visceral Feast
I know a lot of Fallout fans felt scorched by the recurring problems plaguing '76 since launching in October 2018. The good news is, the recent Wastelanders update injected some much-needed Fallout 3 vibes into an otherwise dying game. Fallout 76 Wastelanders introduces some fresh new content: Two competing factions you can joinNew main quest lineHuman NPCs (thank … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 Wastelanders – Feels Like a Proper Fallout Game
Rocket League was one of those titles I ignored from the very beginning. I literally had no interest in playing this game. I generally avoid all sports-related video games - except for classic Madden of course back in the '90s. I played competitive soccer in my teens and have logged a number of hours behind the wheel in The Crew, Grand Theft Auto, and WatchDogs, but … [Read more...] about Rocket League – First Impressions – Xbox One
This is the kind of game whereupon immediately starting up the game you realize you are in the presence of greatness. Striking graphics and the sense of something amiss immediately assail you. The French countryside and romantic castle setting feel too good to be true. Even exploring the forest with your Father feels ominous somehow. There is this constant gnawing … [Read more...] about A Plague Tale – Gorgeous and Emotional Must Play