I decided to return back to Mordor after having defeated the base game many months ago and tackle those two primary DLC campaigns that I was interested in trying out. The Bright Lord & Lord of the Hunt are two completable DLC’s that expand on the game a bit more and add some unique enemies that you wouldn’t normally see in the base game. I thought both were pretty well done, adding a ton more hours of play time to the game and just adds overall a lot more if you were a fan of how the game works. You’ve gotta work your way through the Uruk hordes once again in both modes, getting to the generals before you can proceed with the storylines. There were some frustrating parts in The Bright Lord, but overall it wasn’t too bad when you realize that just didn’t put the full potential of “The One Ring” that they could have on your character for the DLC.
It’s time to begin Sam Fisher’s third adventure in Chaos Theory! This is peak Splinter Cell franchise, most people would say. You are sent in to defuse a nuclear situation involving Korea and Japan and find out why your old friend Doug Shetland keeps turning up at the wrong time. Do we have another betrayal…
This indie Steam game has that “The Thing” feel, with the antarctic horror theme that I am a big fan of. I played this on the normal difficulty since the harder ones can really wreck you easily. Not a bad game that can be done quickly if you know what you are supposed to be…
Not really much to say here. Just three different settings to watch these “cute anime girls” dance around on a loop. You can choose two different sets of outfits on three different environments in VR. I got jumpscared at one point. I’ll play anything. Your booty’s so delicious