Week in Review - April 17th to 21st


Welcome back to the weekend and this Week's in Review!

Monday started off with a contender for my Games of the Year with Atelier Firis the Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey on the PS4. Considering that this is the second entry into the current trilogy I can only wonder what Gust are going to pull off for the finale.

"Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey has been a great next step for the Atelier series. Yes the "dreaded time limit" made a return but it added a bit of flavour instead of adding stress and worry about not being able to finish the experience the first time around."
- Pierre-Yves

Looking back it looks like I've hogged the spotlight a little bit. Tuesday had my first go at The Banner Saga for the Xbox. I loved it and my time with the second is coming up next week!

"The Banner Saga is a well crafted and complex experience that had me rooted from start to finish."
- Pierre-Yves

Because it can't be all about me three days in a row Wednesday saw Richard's views on the new retro styled Shoot 'Em Up Captain Kaon for the PC.

"KHHHAAANNNN!!!! Or at least that was my first thought upon seeing the title "Captain Kaon"."
- Richard

I never got around to playing Bulletstorm when it originally launched back on the PS3 and the 360. Now seemed like a good as a time as any to jump into the revamped Full Clip Edition. I'll be honestly that I needed that dose of over the top ridiculousness with some of the heavier and serious titles that I've played recently.

"Bulletstorm is back for more foul-mouthed - and at times creative linguistic hilarity - with even more creative ways of taking out your enemies."
- Pierre-Yves

Yesterday saw our latest Memorable Music which is always a pleasure. Thanks for the tracks Hamza!

"We have a very PC-heavy dose of Memorable Music in Gaming this time around. However, there is one standout console title that racing fans are also sure to immediately recognize."
- Hamza
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See you back here tomorrow for our next Sunday Bites!

Article by Pierre-Yves
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