In this week's episode of How It's Played, we are discussing the epidemic of open-world games. This includes the many issues that plague these games and some of the major benefits of the genre.
Overall, the game vastly improves on a lot of the major downfalls of previous entries. However, the lack of customization and incentives does negatively impact replayability. Despite this, the game’s brand new mechanics and style creates a memorable experience that will appeal to all audiences
Overall, 'Incredibles 2' is definitely worth the wait. The film expertly balances action while showcasing a genuine family connection. Through the use of a strong plot and a different perspective on existing characters, the film feels fresh and nostalgic at the same time. This is an incredible film for both newcomers and veterans of the older Pixar generation.
Overall, this episode was a game-changer on many levels. Before, I considered the show to be less serious. However, with the death of Best Jeanist and the anger of All Might, that has changed my mind. The next episode looks to give more backstory on the history between All Might and One for All, so that will be a sure topic that shouldn’t be missed.
Overall, there was a lot of developments in this episode with the student’s demeanor and how the school is now being perceived by the public. It is a unique situation in a show for the heroes to be in a negative point of view. However, there is hope for our protagonists to still show that heroes will always prevail. As always, I am excited for next week’s episode.