Honest Game Trailers is back with a stab straight at the heart of World of Warcraft and the Battle for Azeroth expansion.
Honest Game Trailers tends to hit a little harder than the movie side of the house, but this one hits hard enough to leave a mark. Still pretty funny, but oh so very honest.
Honest Game Trailers already did a Fortnite video back at the start of the year, but that was before the game fully exploded across multiple platforms and put PUBG in the corner. So now they are back to cover what has happened since.
I still haven’t given the game a try.
At one point my daughter tried to play Fortnite on her aging iMac and found it ran about as fast as a PowerPoint presentation. I expect that she’ll be back to it with her new PC when school starts again and she wants to play what most of her friends are playing.
I had Sea of Thieves on my outlook list for 2017, where I rather aptly felt adrift. Of course it, like almost every other title on that list, did not ship in 2017, so I made a new list for 2018 with a different theme and went on my way.
But Sea of Thieves did ship this year and what I’ve read about it has been… mixed. And so here is the Honest Game Trailers take on the game.
That seems to align with what I’ve read, but since I haven’t played it I cannot confirm how legit it is. And, of course, nothing here makes me at all keen to go give it a try.
Honest Trailers did a video about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds months back, just when it was starting to rise in popularity, taking over the market briefly held by the now officially released (and suddenly free) H1Z1 soon thereafter. But I skipped past that back then because the game hadn’t really hit its stride yet as a dominate player.
But now Honest Trailers has a video about Fortnite, the one-time co-op game that showed up to totally eat PUBG’s lunch, according to SuperData, for specific definitions of “lunch.”
The building part of Fortnite, even in its battle royale mode, does look interesting.
In which some truths about video games are exposed.
Also, some Nintendo gaffs.
Honest Game Trailers continues its journey to review every release generation of the core Pokemon RPG series.
More blunt that usual about Pokemon being essentially the same damn game over and over, but fans buy them over and over as well, so I guess repetition isn’t much to complain about given the success. I know I’ll be buying Pokemon UltraSun & UltraMoon when it comes out next month.
For those dying to see previous entries in the series, here are the links:
I have a short post about ARK: Survival Evolved that I will get to at some point. But until then, there is the Honest Game Trailers video.
Not mentioned; how much processing power the game needs.
A look at the BioWare classic, which does actually lead into SWTOR.
It is Thanksgiving here and I am not writing a long post. Instead, since Pokemon is a thing at our house at the moment with Pokemon Sun & Moon, a look back at the last original pair in the series, Pokemon X & Y.
And if that isn’t enough, HGT has videos up about past generations of Pokemon as well:
Since my daughter started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with friends, this is a thing at our house.