Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has just released and Kassandra is one of the main characters. Who do you think is best?
Kassandra is a fictional character in Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed video game series. She was introduced as the protagonist of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey.
Is Kassandra your favorite assassin in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey? (Photo courtesy of Ubisoft)
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It’s possible to have too much of a good thing. I’m not interested in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla becoming an off-brand God Of War (I’m tired of hearing the phrase Ragnarök at this point), but I’m excited to hear about the crossover DLC. Personally, I believe Kassandra is the best Assassin’s Creed character, and I’m thrilled to see her return.
One of the franchise’s flaws, in my opinion, is that once a character has had their game, they are never seen again, which can be a problem if the next one isn’t as good, but also the ridiculous lengths of these games mean that by the time you’ve finished them, you’re sick of the whole thing, even if you enjoyed everything that was going on.
I’d much rather Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was a trilogy published over a few years than a single game and its DLC, which must take at least 100 hours to complete and were released one after the other. Kassandra would have been recognized as one of the finest video game characters if it had been distributed in smaller, more digestible strips. As it stands, only around 1% of players ever see what happens to her in the end, and the majority of people’s last recollections of the game are of the point when they’d had enough and quit. Kincaid
A foretaste of the future I’d say The Matrix Awakens has the finest visuals of all time, except for one thing: why is the figure you control in the open world segment animated like a PlayStation 2 game? Seriously, it’s a nightmare. I suppose they were in a haste to get it out for the movie, and the city was a top priority, but it just goes to show how even the most spectacular graphics can be ruined by just one element – even if it is a major one.
I agree that at the end of the generation, we should see some games that look as amazing as The Matrix Awakens, but I believe it will be out of reach in the interim. Just look at God Of War: Ragnarök to see how it looks marginally better than a PlayStation 4 game. Although I recognize that this is a cross-gen title, I don’t believe anybody can claim that Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, as wonderful as it looks, is on par with The Matrix Awakens. Thorn
I’m not overjoyed. In their preview, I like how GC didn’t attempt to conceal how dissatisfied they were with Forspoken. When I first saw the clip, I got the same reaction, and I’m not sure what more Square Enix was hoping for. It looks terrible for a game that is supposed to make the most of the PlayStation 5. I mean, it’s easily the worst-looking PlayStation 5 exclusive, and it’s hard to argue with that.
Nobody seems to know whether it’ll play well, but I’m not looking at the fight and thinking it looks wonderful and I have to play it.
The issue with this is that the incorrect lessons will be learned. I’m ready to bet that it bombs, and that when it does, it’ll be blamed on the fact that it’s a new IP rather than the fact that it’s a bad game. Or, at the very least, no one who looks like one. People will flock to fantastic games no matter what they’re named or whether they’re sequels or not, in my opinion. Forspoken, on the other hand, does not seem to be in great shape right now. Grackle
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Demonstrations in the past I simply want to urge everyone to try out A Plague Tale: Innocence now that there’s a substantial free demo available that can be played in your browser. With its young characters and historical background, it doesn’t seem all that interesting, but it’s a fantastic blend of horror, stealth, and sophisticated narrative.
Actually, it’s a fantastic blend, and I wish there were more games like it. Especially because the visuals are excellent, despite the fact that it must be a low-budget production. I’m surprised it came out so well given the developer isn’t well-known and the idea is tough to execute, but I enjoyed it and am eagerly anticipating the sequel. Franky
Maybe I saw your post about Square Enix charging £65 for its PC games at some point. It’s a little ridiculous, particularly considering you can purchase a CDKey for a lot less.
However, it made me think of the Xbox game Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Is there any fresh information on this? Mark
GC: Ahead to the PC announcement, there were some rumors that may have been a leak from China, but they don’t seem to have materialized.
Two-time champion My favorite part of The Game Awards wasn’t any of the teasers (nothing really wowed or astonished me), but the fact that Elden Ring was named the most anticipated game of 2022, even beating out Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2. There may be some recency bias at work here, given that Elden Ring just recently received a playable demo and we still know very little about Zelda, but what a position to be in two months before release!
I really hope that Elden Ring is a huge success, not just because I like From’s work, but also because it will be the last evidence that it is possible to release a tough, punishing game with no hand-holding and have it be a success. People attempt to take it away from them by claiming their games should have simple modes and telling them how to perform their job building them, despite the fact that they have previously proven this several times.
Allow Elden Ring to be what it wants to be, and that should apply to all games. There won’t be another one if people don’t like Elden Ring’s manner of doing things. But, based on what we’ve seen so far, it seems like people are really enjoying it. Ferris
Future deal alert, I see! In the run-up to Christmas, it seems like the Epic Titles Store will be giving away some more free PC games.
On the 16th, Shenmue 3 is said to be released. If this is true, it’s a great deal, given I paid for my PlayStation 4 copy via a Kickstarter campaign. Commodore 64 enthusiast
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The most powerful geek on the planet I’m excited to hear about Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2, since I like the first game, despite how simple it was in terms of gameplay. Relic was always a strange choice of developer, and I believe Saber Interactive is an immediate improvement. I’d like Mark Strong as the voice, but with Henry Cavill flaunting his nerdiness in public recently, I’m curious why he’s never been in any of these games.
Although he was mentioned in passing in one of the Total War games, I don’t believe he will be engaged in any way. If he succeeds in becoming the new James Bond, as I believe he will, he will have a lot of power in Hollywood and will be able to easily push for a Warhammer film. What a fantastic feat for a fan!
I’m not sure how you’d produce a Warhammer film that ordinary people would like; they barely get by with the games as it is, but I’d love to see someone try. If that fails, Henry Cavill will be in every Warhammer game from here on, even if just for a brief appearance. Man, I’m sure he gets all the free figurines these days! Ashley
also-rans in your inbox Just a brief reminder regarding Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp’s Switch release date. It has a projected release date of 8/4/22 if you go to their eShop and then to the coming soon section. Although it says ‘planned,’ that may give us an indication of when we might anticipate it to be released. highway 77
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