There’s still no spare gaming hours for anything but Warframe for me at the moment, at lest until Tuesday, but the others are seeing more variety in their gaming as long as that variety includes Velocity 2X.
Blair played it for a TSA stream this week after playing Surgeon Simulator for a video at the weekend. “Velocity 2X is great, though not as amazing as I had expected. It’s still really fun, and definitely worth playing. As for Surgeon Simulator, well, I think we’ll let the video talk for that one.”
Joining me in the one-game-a-week club is Aran who has only played Tales of Xillia 2 for review. In a nutshell “it isn’t as great as Xillia 1 but it is a good game in its own right”.
Dom’s Velocity 2X experience so far has him unconvinced that it will replace Resogun as his favourite PS4 shmup and he prefers the on foot sections to the ship-based ones. He’s fitted that in around his homework for his Madden 15 review which should be around here somewhere soon.
I’ve also been hugely enjoying The Wolf Among Us, having finished the first two chapters now. It also makes me very excited for Telltale’s Game Of Thrones title, which I’m hoping turns out well.
Velocity 2X has been “dominating” Stefan’s gaming too though he’s “had it for review since early in August, it wasn’t really until after Gamescom that I started to sink time into it and came to love it so”. You will also soon be able to read about his Dead Rising 3 adventures.
He is continuing his exploits in Watch Dogs as he works towards completing the story. He reckons his stealth methods have come on “leaps and bounds”, see what do you think:
We end this week with Kris’ thoughts on, yes, Velocity 2X.
Cracking through Velocity 2X. It’s great and I love it, but it’s hard so I hate it. It’s a very conflicted relationship. Completing levels is not overly taxing, so far at least, but it’s getting a level to perfect that does it. Futurlab clearly want me to break my Vita. It’s the only explanation.
How many of you are in the V2X club this week?