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Call of Duty: Vanguard; Just Dance 2022 and Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water they are the best video game that you can enjoy these days, so no matter what genre is your favorite, there is something for everyone and these reviews will tell you what you can expect from them.
Call of Duty: Vanguard
The main story of the game centers on the first special forces team created near the end of the game. Second World WarAt the beginning our protagonists will fall into the hands of their enemies.
From there we will go to missions in the form of a flash back about the past of each of them, a detail that is appreciated and more for those of us who are used to the old school of the solo mode, although to be honest the dialogues are somewhat empty, something that, if not for the spectacular graphics, would be more than forgotten.
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Perhaps what the new generations like the most is the multiplayer that seamlessly blends the best of other installments in the franchise, which gives him many hours to have fun.
For the moment there are 20 maps, the game play feels smooth with shots that feel very good destructible scenarios that add a frenzy to the fighting, and something that people liked is the zombie mode, which this time feels much better than in other installments.
Definitely fans of the franchise will love this game that in fact needs a bit of freshness, and daring to do new things to retain old players and attract new audiences. We give it an 8 out of 10. Call of Duty: Vanguard is available on Xbox Series X / S, One, PS4, PS5, and PC.
Just Dance 2022
The new installment of the most famous dance franchise arrives like every year, although this time it does not have many new features, in addition to the songs that we can enjoy.
As usual we will have access to 40 new songs and 600+ tracks if you purchase a Just Dance Unlimited membership, which is paid monthly, but as a drawer we have songs like: Believer Imagine Dragons; Levitating by Dua Lipa; Save Your Tears Remix by The Weeknd and Arianna Grande; and China by Anuel AA, Daddy Yankee, Karol G, Ozuna and J. Balvin.
The control app is back Just Dance which is available for free on iOS and Android which makes multiplayer more accessible locally, although you can also do it in online mode.
In short, it is a game that does not innovate at all, but it is still fun above all if it is enjoyed in the company of the whole family, although we would like you to not have to pay more to play all the songs in the catalog. If you like what you’ve seen in the king of these types of games, this game is definitely one that you should give a try. We give it a rating of 7 out of 10. Available on Xbox Series X / S, One, PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC.
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
It is a survival honor game whose story revolves around the Hikami Mountain, a place where people end their own lives and is inspired by Aokigahara, place where in real life that happens.
There we take the role of Yuri Kozukata, who begins to explore the site in search of her mentor, but it is not long before she realizes that there are ghosts in that place and the only defense is the dark camera that allows her to avoid them, through photos.
Although it manages to introduce us to a gloomy world that causes fear, thanks to the details in the settings, the controls feel heavy and impreciseYes, but it is something that can be attenuated if you adjust the sensitivity options of the camera. When it comes to fighting, motion sensors help create immersion. But sometimes it gets repetitive and loses its ability to scare.
The surprise is that at the end of the adventure, you unlock a new story starring Dead or Alive’s Ayane, which does add variety through other gaming systems. Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is available on Switch, PS4, and PS5. We give it a rating of 7 out of 10.
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