This week we review Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Doom: Eternal, both sequels to critically acclaimed videogames.
Moon Studios are back with the second chapter of the Ori series. Now with added combat mechanics and promising a world more extensive than it's predecessor. Ori and the Will of the Wisps guarantee more action-packed Metroidvania styled gaming with sprawling levels, new abilities and bosses. With the success of the first game, can Moon studios deliver a worthy if not improved upon sequel?
And, in our main segment, a game we have been eagerly anticipating since 2016. Doom: Eternal finally arrives and has been winning perfect scores with other publications. Marty Stratton, one of the directors of Doom(2016) has taken a back seat this time around. With Hugo Martin now leading the project on his own, fans have been speculating a shift in the game's direction because of this, Does Doom: Eternal match the quality of the previous game? Or with rumoured production problems and delays spell the end of the doom slayer?