The Magic Of Overwatch

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The Magic Of Overwatch
The Magic Of Overwatch
As you know here at Mods R Us, our modded controllers are perfect for those who love first person shooters. When it comes to first person shooters, Overwatch is one of the very best and most popular released in the last decade! Blizzard absolutely nailed it with Overwatch and today, we want to look at why that is.
To start with Overwatch has more personality and style than the majority of other first person shooters on the market. Blizzard did a wonderful job in creating a very interesting cast of characters. Each one with their own backstory and play style, plus charming personality. It makes it very easy for a player to gravitate to a couple of different characters and stick with them.
While the characters and setting of Overwatch are of course awesome. The gameplay is the real draw here. The game modes are what you would expect. But it is the core gameplay that has sucked so many people into the world of Overwatch. It is so easy to pick up and play, but there can be a lot of depth here, especially if you are willing to work as part of a team and play your role. But at the same time, you can totally just lone wolf it and run around shooting everything you see!
Overwatch has also been awesome in regards to DLC. Blizzard has really supported the game very well and so far the characters they have added have all been added for free which is great. Plus they have these special events like Junkenstien’s Revenge and The Summer Games which make the game even more fun.
Blizzard has a monster hit on their hands with Overwatch and we really cannot wait to see what they have in store for the next Overwatch game! 
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Road To Red Dead Redemption 2: Red Dead Revolver
Road To Red Dead Redemption 2: Red Dead Revolver
Red Dead Redemption is one of the games that us folks in the Mods R Us office are super excited about and we thought it would be fun to look at where this series started.
Red Dead Revolver (2004) PlayStation 2, Xbox
While these days Red Dead is known as one of the major RockStar games. The interesting thing about this series is that it started life out as a Capcom property. Capcom was working on the game in 2002, RockStar bought the game, made some major changes to it. RockStar increased the violence and gave it a more “spaghetti western” feel than what Capcom was working on and the rest is history.
Red Dead Revolver sees you playing the role of Red Harlow. A gunslinger in the 1880’s who is trying to get justice for his parents who were brutally murdered. The game is actually very story driven and the voice acting for the time was some of the best around. It may be a little predictable in places, but the story was something that was heavily praised at the time of release.
The gameplay of Red Dead Revolver is that of an action 3rd person game. Red Harlow is an expert with guns and you will be going along looking for justice by putting a beating on and bullets in any person who gets in your way. Red Dead Revolver is fairly linear and does not have the massive open worlds of a GTA or Red Dead Redemption. But it tells its story very well and is fun to play.
At the time of release, Red Dead Revolver was very well received and of course, it set the stage for RockStar to created Red Dead Redemption. As of right now, you can pick up Red Dead Revolver for just a few bucks and it is well worth playing. 
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Road To Red Dead Redemption 2: Red Dead Redemption
Road To Red Dead Redemption 2: Red Dead Redemption
Today we are saddling up as we are continuing our look at the road to Red Dead Redemption 2!
Red Dead Redemption (2010) PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Red Dead Redemption is one of the greatest games of its generation and for some people one of the greatest video games of all time. RockStar really did outdo themselves with this game and created one of the best stories, characters, and settings of any game.
The story sees you playing the role of John Marston. Who is a former gunslinger who used to run with a gang of bad guys. For years, John has left this life behind him as he tries to make a go of it on his ranch with his wife and son. But the past always has a way of catching up with you and government agents take his son and order him to bring in his former gang if he wants to see them again.
The story is just so well written and you really do care about John as he is a far more complex character than you first realize. The story of the game has you going all over the old West, Mexico, and even the cold North. Of course, you are playing the main story, but you get sucked into other people’s stuff as well such as the eccentric Nigel West Dickens and the revolutionary, Abraham Reyes. You encounter a ton of different characters and as well as the main story, there is a ton of side missions for you to do as well.
The gameplay of Red Dead Redemption is that of an open world, 3D action game. You can use horses to travel the land so you can explore or you can hop on a stagecoach. There is just a ton to see and do here from skinning animals, collecting plants and even hunting down bounties for cash!
Red Dead Redemption is one of RockStar games finest pieces of work and a game that should be in everyone’s collection.
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The Grand Theft Auto Retrospective Part 12 China Town
The Grand Theft Auto Retrospective Part 12
Today we are causing more carnage with our Grand Theft Auto Retrospective, but this time the carnage is happening in the palm of your hand!
Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars (2009/10) Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, Mobile
First released on the Nintendo DS and then the PlayStation Portable. Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars was kind of a throwback to the series roots with its top down style. But this time the graphics did have a kind of 3D effect to them. In all honesty, this graphical style really suited the DS, but many felt the PSP could have done a lot better.
The game sees you play the role of Huang Lee who is the son of a major Triad gangster. You want to make a name for yourself and you do this by going on a rampage through the streets of Liberty City. China Town Wars did have a few interesting gameplay mechanics. The way you dealt with police was interesting as when you had a wanted level, this would dictate the amount of police that was after you so if it was level 5, you would have to take down 5 police cars to get the wanted level down. China Town Wars got a lot of attention at the time for its drug dealing subplot. This was really in depth and added a lot of strategy to the game.
The Nintendo DS version of the game made use of the touch screen and the microphone. The game actually handled this in a good way and it did not feel tacked on. The PSP version has upgraded graphics and would change the touch screen mini games to quick time events. The PSP version also had more missions and far better quality sound. The mobile versions of the game were optimized for mobile devices and returned most of the touchscreen controls.
Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars very well received on the Nintendo DS and despite being far different from the other PSP GTA games, that version was also critically acclaimed, although it did not sell as well as the other PSP Grand Theft Auto games. 

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