As stated in my First Opinion on Drox Operative: Invasion of the Ancients, space games are my thing. However, I am also picky about my space games. If it’s no more than a space skin over a generic latticework of mediocre gameplay, I’m going to pan it. I want something more than that. The question is, does Drox Operative offer that or is it more of a space cadet?
The new console generation has begun, and though AAGH lags behind with no PlayStation 4 or Xbox One in its stable yet, it’s still an exciting time to be a gamer – new console launches are always a hive of excitement. There’s one outlier in this next-gen fight though, one that I believe people are misunderstanding: Nintendo. I keep reading how Nintendo needs to step up to win this latest console race. People have their varying opinions on how Nintendo can or can’t beat Sony and Microsoft’s latest offerings. I think mine is pretty simple: they don’t have to.
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I’m a space game fan. I especially enjoy RPG and sandbox titles set in space. Noctis, EVE Online, FTL: Faster Than Light, Starmade… I have a fascination with the stars. I recently started playing Drox Operative: Invasion of the Ancients and it fits that niche well. I’ve put in a few hours so let’s hit it with a First Opinion.
Blizzard’s recent convention has wrapped up, and the big news revolves around the announcement of their forthcoming World of WarCraft expansion, Warlords of Draenor. As a lapsed player I followed this announcement with interest, and it’s from that angle we’re going to look at it today.