By Harry Rabinowitz
With “review season” under way, Circle members have been playing games. A lot of games! Here are some of our members’ stories in this week’s Roundup!
Jeremy Voss started playing Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. About an hour in, he gives us his initial thoughts on his blog Shouts From The Couch.
Chris Plante has been into Shadow of Mordor as well, only when he plays, it makes him feel like a terror-inducing mass murderer. That hasn’t stopped him from playing though…
And if you’re looking for something a little…stranger, Alex Navarro reviewed D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die over on Giant Bomb.
Jason Schreier checked on the progress of Nintendo’s recent entry into the world of DLC and how it has affected the company’s recent games.
Over on Gamespot, Nick Capozzoli reviewed Spacecom, the abstract, minimalistic strategy game about one-on-one galactic battle.
And as an added bonus for this week, Evan Narcisse played a Suda51 game called Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day. According to Narcisse, playing it is “probably the most otaku thing you’ll do all year.”