A recent update to Rainbow Six: Seige added some additional stuff to the ends of rounds – if you’re the winning team. It also broke hostages in the rescue hostage game mode, and that still isn’t fixed in a more recent update (last night). Additional images of yours truly follow … Continue reading New Rainbow Six: Seige End Of Round Sequences→
I actually did okay playing ranked Rainbow 6: Seige, and met a few people I was happy to add to my PSN Friends list. I surprisingly got a couple of kills (usually I’m lucky to get one) and even finished out the round alive. Oh, and my team (down to three players at this point) won the match!
I may need to give Rainbow Six: Seige another review since I’ve been playing it a bit more now.
I’m beginning to find ways to enjoy this game. While I’ve been sticking to “Lone Wolf – Classic Terrorist Hunt”, I’ve discovered the additional fun of playing the “Terrorist Hunt” game modes with other people. Above is a round of “Classic Terrorist Hunt” where I do pretty good … but still need a little help from my friends.
The danger in sequels, particularly to a successful series that you enjoyed playing before, is that you’ll run out and buy the sequel without giving serious thought to whether or not the game will really satisfy you.
The third title in the inFAMOUS series, Second Son takes place some years (10 or 7, not 100% sure about which) after the end of inFAMOUS 2 which included the (spoiler, sorry) death (if you played the “good” guy) of Cole McGrath. An early PS4 only exclusive, the plot (and random citizen chats) refer to Cole as having been the good guy, though sufficient time has passed that Conduits are feared and oppressed. As most single-player games go, the game is very story driven. And it’s a pretty good story. Continue reading inFAMOUS: Second Son→
Boy – the official title of the game is quite the mouthful: Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Seige is available on the PS4. However, if you have a PC capable of running it and want to play the game, buy it for the PC.