All posts by Ali Gaudi

20 years young with a penchant for gaming and a huge obsession with the Metal Gear series. You can reach me on twitter for any gaming-related discussions!
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Jackie Chan Stuntmaster

Jackie Chan, Stuntmaster, PlayStation, Rewind, Box ArtThe storyline starts off with an ordinary day in the life of Jackie Chan (Jackie Chan) working as a courier for his grandfather; however, there is nothing ordinary about the situation unfolding as a result of the package he must deliver to the Shaolin Temple. Elsewhere, Jackie is doing exactly what his grandfather predicted, stuffing his face at the local diner when he should be delivering packages, most importantly, the package to the temple. Midway through his meal, Jackie spots a limousine with his grandfather surrounded by the sub-bosses in the game. Jackie takes off with a high-octane chase, and the scene ends with the crash of the limo and his grandfather being taken away by the bosses, whereupon, Jackie loses them at a nearby junction.  Continue reading

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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes BAFTAs Impressions

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Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes is the 10th canon instalment of the popular, genre-defining franchise. Clouded with controversy amid speculations of game length, retail pricing, and the direction of this particular game in general, Ground Zeroes rises above it all and delivers another fresh perspective on the stealth-action genre granting the player a completely new way to control Big Boss’ actions more precisely.  Continue reading

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Tomb Raider (2013)


Tomb Raider is latest title of the iconic series. Casting aside the legacy created and starting afresh, with the rebooted and re-imagined Lara Croft, Crystal Dynamics brings a new perspective to the famous and symbolic heroine. This title revives the series with a new Lara and bringing a new insight into how she becomes the well-established bad ass players will be familiar with from the first video game released in 1996. Unlike that of the predecessors’ title, this game brings to light, the journey Lara takes into becoming a legendary tomb raider. Continue reading