Game of Thrones Ascent takes place in Westeros, and if you weren’t aware, that is also the same universe as the books/TV show. The game is loosely based on the TV show, as it is produced by HBO, where players can create a character and make various strategic decisions that impact the story. As well as interacting with other citizens and houses, players must employ sworn swords to do their bidding – each has strengths and can be equipped with items. Players must navigate the challenges of life that is associated with the house of their choosing. Obviously, leveling up is one of the main goals of the game, and can be done by creating items, battling other players, or even joining alliances and pooling resources. Game of Thrones: Ascent was originally only available in the browser, but has also been converted to the iPad. As new content is being released throughout the progression of the fourth season, now is a perfect time to get informed on Ascent and decide whether or not join the Game of Thrones.
Battlefield 4 was pitted as one of the top available games for the next generation consoles. But, as most of you know, saying it stumbled out of the gate would be a major understatement. The issues were major and many, and still are – whether they affect the online multiplayer or even the single player saving. There are few things more frustrating in gaming than losing your game progress or severe lagging – both present in Battlefield. But can all those issues truly overshadow a game’s success? Well, it certainly doesn’t help. Let’s take a look at the key features of Battlefield, why I believe, when it works, it is a good game.