From Destructoid:" We're starting to crawl out of the era where everything just hits "PC, PS4, and Xbox One." Thanks to studios like Panic Button the process of porting big-name games to Switch has been expedited, and some publishers are just doing the work themselves. But Eidos Montreal isn't going to be doing that for Shadow of the Tomb Raider."
JTGA: From the moment you boot up, Phantom Doctrine immerses you in its moody, downtrodden world. The subtle, melancholic soundtrack sets a heavy tone; this isnt a bombastic, shoot em up adventure. This is a world where you see the wheels turn; where patience and careful planning is rewarded, and rash decision making is swiftly punished.
The turn based nature of traversal and combat cements a deliberate pace, and is a defining aspect of gameplay. You spend most of your time navigating various dingy locations, retrieving intel, bagging targets, and generally indulging your ultimate spy fantasies.
CG writes: We take a look at Creative Forge Games Phantom Doctrine gameplay from the PC version which offers a selection of turn-based role playing action and super sleuthing across the globe. You can play two separate campaigns via the Russian KGB or American CIA, the choice is yours.
The iconic rifts and cracks in the sky that were formed due to an in-game event back in season 4 seem to be closing up and could be gone by August 21, according to recently data-mined information from the FNBRLeaks Twitter account. The account has been accurate in the past, so there is a good chance there is some validity to these recent claims.
"If you were like me, and had uninstalled No Man's Sky, forgot about it, and never thought of coming back, I would recommend coming back because it deserves your time and attention." - Andy from Electric Bento