• jpnelson82’s Activity
  • jpnelson82 wrote a review of Marvel Heroes.
    User Rating 5
    Think of it as a live action comic book

    IMMERSION: It might be cliche to say that a game like this draws the majority of the immersion from the characters and player affection for them, and certainly it does. The game also creates immersio...

  • jpnelson82 posted a new blog.
    Why windows gaming hurts gaming

    Adherents of the belief in the so called PC gaming master race will objects to the assertion on the face of it, but after much analysis I have concluded that what I call the Windows Gaming Snob Societ...

  • jpnelson82 wrote a review of F1 2013.
    User Rating 9
    Not the typical F1 game

    IMMERSION: Formula One, two thousand thirteen is a driving game, so it gets some immersion from the familiarity of the experience. Beyond that, the game has several camera modes with various degrees...

  • jpnelson82 posted a new blog.
    the most immersive single player experience

    recently, at my local game store, a fellow patron asked the question, what game had a good immersive single player experience. that got me thinking. what really would be the most immersive single play...

  • jpnelson82 wrote a review of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
    User Rating 5
    Guess what, Ubisoft made a new Assassin's Creed game.

    IMMERSION: Assassin's Creed 4, or AC4 for short is a third person game so it must first try to immerse players in the character, and the world second. AC4's main character is a Welshman called Edward...

  • jpnelson82 wrote a review of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified.
    User Rating 4
    The game you get isn't the game you wanted.

    IMMERSION: The Bureau: XCOM, declassified attempts to immerse players in combat by forcing the player to think about it. Movements and shots are intended to be planned. Much like real battles though ...