Shakedown: Hawaii Review: Money Over Mayhem

Real Talk By: KJ

Retro City Rampage was a fun take on the open world genre. Mocking Grand Theft Auto, taking many playful jabs at pop culture. It was considered a success and is available on a vast amount of gaming devices. As expected, its followup Shakedown: Hawaii would be a highly anticipated Indie Release. RCR went for the 8-bit look, now we’re in 16-bit territory. It’s easy to see a lot of time was put into the visuals. Animations, explosions, destruction overall impresses. Pedestrians are more lively. See them regularly taking selfies, working out, adding more life to this well-designed world map. Driving around is a breeze, and controls well. A standout look has been achieved. Music carries the Miami Vice 80’s vibe. Synth-fueled Jams perfect for cruising and engaging in shootouts.

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Devil May Cry 5 Review: A Three-Headed Monster

Real Talk By: KJ

The latest mainline Devil May Cry is here over a decade later.  Part 5 continues Dante’s adventures, but mainly Nero’s if we’re being honest.  Capcom has invested a lot in this character, as he’s been upgraded even more from the previous game.  Every Hero needs a Villain.  Blocking our path to victory is Evil Demon Urizen, who seems to be the ultimate baddie.  Can anyone stop this menace?
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Don’t Sink Review: Pirate Down

Real Talk By: KJ

Don’t Sink is a Pirate adventure game from Studio Eris and Hitcents.  DS features a retro graphic style, equipped with a rich color palette.  We see this implemented throughout the game in locales, and Character Customization.  You’re the star of this expedition. Continue reading “Don’t Sink Review: Pirate Down”

Play Legit’s 2018 Game of The Year

We were taken to Epic Worlds, introduced to instantly memorable characters.  Familiar Franchises took major risks, that paid off big.  Gaming experiences were filled with well designed levels, outstanding soundtracks, tighter controls, unique multiplayer components.  We can say 2018 was a surprise.  There was a lot to take away from it.  AAA and Indie Studios both represented.  We can’t thank everyone enough who had a hand in bringing us so many New Classics.  Play Legit Proudly Presents our Game of The Year. Continue reading “Play Legit’s 2018 Game of The Year”