The Forest, a video game review

A Video game review written by: Lee Sonogan (2014/2018) Open world, survival, horror The Forest is an open world, first person, survival video game made by the Canadian company Endnight Games for Microsoft Windows and the PlayStation 4. The non-linear game spawns you into a forested island full of cannibals and mutants. After playing eight…

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, a video game review

A video game review written by: Lee Sonogan (2013) Video game/Adventure, action, history Edward Kenway: What the hell happened here? Adéwalé: You happened here, Edward. The damage you caused six years ago has not been undone. Edward Kenway: I’m not an easy man to call a friend, am I? A video game where you play…

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Tips and Tricks for PLAYERSUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS

A article by: Lee sonogan I have played this video game for hours now. I might as well share my knowledge and skills of the game. The more you play, the more matches you have to play. It’s the only way to get close to that end chicken dinner! These tips will help beginners to…

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Coming soon – Super Mario Odyssey

A preview article by: Lee Sonogan This new Mario is about Mario outside the Mushroom kingdom and into a new and interesting world. Bowser is at it again and Mario must stop him from force marrying Princess Peach. This is the first game in the Super Mario series to have a vocal theme song “Jump…

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The legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild, a video game review

A video game review by: Lee Sonogan (2017) Animation, action, adventure, drama, fantasy One of the first games to come out with the new Nintendo Switch. I bought it in a deal with the Nintendo Switch cheaper then the other main consoles when they launched. If you did not know, all Zelda games are based…

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Minecraft, A video game review

Minecraft (2009) Animation, Adventure, Fantasy A video game review: By Lee Sonogan This game is so more than a kids game. The endless world and all the things you can do in it, makes it an underrated original game. With your blocks and items in your inventory, you can create any type of world you…

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