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Jan 02 2021

Gears Tactics: Xbox Series X vs i7/nVidia GT 1050

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The beauty of buying a game from a Microsoft Studio simply is this: You get to play it on both the Xbox and a PC.

Here’s the very brief comparison of GEARS TACTICS on Xbox Series X and a Windows notebook.

To make this short: The Xbox Series X is having mx Dell XPS 15 9560 i7/nVidia 1050 (4GB of dedicated memory) notebook with 16 GB of RAM for breakfast.

The visuals on the Windows notebook SUCK compared to the Xbox and the game feels horribly slow on Windows 10. You don’t want to play it on a PC. End of story.

If you want to play GEARS TACTICS, play it on the Xbox Series X. Plain and simple.

 

 

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Jun 19 2020

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: A long and great vacation in Ancient Greece

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The Internet is full of reviews of this game, so I don’t have to write a detailed review here. I’m playing this game on Xbox One X, and it really is a show case for the hardware.

There are two negative things people keep mentioning about the game. One is complete bullshit, the other one is actually true.

The bullshit: NO, this game does NOT force micro-transactions on you. It is absolutely playable and winnable without spending a single cent of real money in the store. I’m over 166 hours into the game by now and my character – Kassandra, of course – has reached level 67 without me buying nonsense in the shop. Yes, I did the grind and completed ALL side-missions. In fact, by now I’ve completed the main game with all its quests and also the first DLC, “Legacy of the First Blade” – which, by the way, was a gigantic surprise and its story was much better than the story of the main game and much more emotionally involving. I highly recommend playing that DLC. Now I’m in the first act of the second DLC and this one is also great thus far.

The one true complaint about the game: It’s ALMOST too big for its own good. This game is so huge and long, it sometimes feels like working a second job.

What I personally don’t like, as always, is the killing of animals. I tolerate it in this case because this is Ancient Greece we’re talking about, and the game doesn’t feel like it’s taking pleasure from it. It takes place roughly 2500 years ago, it’s a part of this world. And you can always try to avoid it in this game.

After all is said and done, and despite its flaws, ODYSSEY is a breathtakingly gorgeous masterpiece. Seeing the sun set over the sea, watching a whale jump out of the ocean next to your ship, strolling through a forest during a full moon or watching down on a village with all its lit fire places from the top of the mountain are moments you haven’t experienced like this before in a game, and they will always make you want to come back to the world of ODYSSEY.

ODYSSEY is the most beautiful rendering of Ancient Greece that you can possibly imagine, and it simply is one of the greatest games ever created.

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