NARCOS: RISE OF THE CARTEL – PS4 REVIEW



Hey everyone for this review I take on Narcos Rise of the Cartel based on the hit show that ran for 3 seasons before being rebooted as Narcos Mexico which is going into its third season. This one is also out on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.

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20 thoughts on “NARCOS: RISE OF THE CARTEL – PS4 REVIEW”

  1. Yeah, I knew if anyone gives this game attention on PS4 it would be you! Thank You for reviewing this. I was worried it turns out mediocre and here it is. Shame.. I love the Netflix Series

  2. I must say I really like this one. It screams budgetgame all over the place, but the gameplay itself is very solid. The gameplay is a lot more simple than Xcom, it reminds me more of Laser Squad on the C64. But Xcom battles could drag on for way too long with too much micromanagement, Narcos is much more to the point. Combined with the setting (loved the series), for me it was very much worth the price.

  3. Is it just me, or do most of these games look like they may have benefited from featuring a more traditional approach to combat (twin stick with standard movement.) Though I do enjoy the turn-based genre, when the graphics and presentation are this crisp, it makes me crave a more run 'n gun approach . . .
    In many ways, this game reminds me of Mutant Road to Eden. I enjoy crunching numbers as much as the next guy, but sometimes, I just want to spray some lead at enemies who clearly require a lesson in manners . . .

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