This review may seem like a complete slam on the game, and for the most part, it is, but I did finish it, however strong the sinking feeling I had that I would rather be fiddling with emulators for hours to get games like Silent Hill or Resident Evil to work.
rowsers – our window to the digital world. In an age where we spend more time browsing the internet than taking part in the world around us, finding a browser that makes the internet appealing to you is key. For… Read More »
Welkin Road, where Spider Man meets Mirror’s Edge and their baby is beautiful.
I probably play too much League of Legends. I know a lot of you do to. Last time there was a massive update, the AD Carries were changed so hard that Graves ended up in the Jungle, still looking for… Read More »
Mirror’s Edge, is one of those games that you have either loved or hated over the last 7 years. Having somewhat of a weak story, and the fact that even the most hardcore fans hated the combat system. Mirror’s Edge… Read More »
The Witcher 3: Blood & Wine is going to be a pretty (and also very pretty) big expansion — 20+ hours, in fact — for The Witcher 3, and although we still don’t have a solid release date, CD Projekt… Read More »
Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is the sequel to a game that I felt was horribly overlooked. Does it reap what the first game sowed? Find out right here!
So much went on during Gamescom last year, that it’s completely normal to forget all the smaller games that were showcased at the event. One of the games I don’t even recall seeing was AER, a game by Daedalic Entertainment… Read More »
With the introduction of the buggies to a game about killing zombies, the opportunities to fry, electrocute or just plain smash hordes have become one of the most therapeutic methods of relieving stress for me personally. Now Techland have announced… Read More »
The term “Strategy game” is one that is becoming more and more blurry as gaming advances. To simplify things, let me define a strategy game as a top-down game in which the player controls multiple aspects of a group of… Read More »
Dreii was entertaining and fresh in a very simple package. Check out our review!
We find ourselves in a new and strange era of gaming. Gone are the days of downloading a free demo a month before a game releases to find out what you’re in for. Systems like Kickstarter and Steam’s Early Access… Read More »