The Order: 1886 is a collaborative development from SCE Santa Monica Studio best known for their work on the God of War series and Ready at Dawn mostly known for the Wii port of Ôkami. It is a single-player action/adventure game and it is exclusively to the Playstation 4
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Evolve has seemed to be a dark horse from the time it was revealed and up until release. People have been claiming there didn't seem to be enough content, or the game might feel repetitive and not enough meat on the bones for it to become a hit, but we still wanted to dive in and see for...
From the developers of Dead Island comes another zombie slayer but this time the focus doesn't seem to be on the combat which Dead Island highly emphasised, but more on the parkour aspect, as you are going to run from a lot of zombies this time around, and when night comes, good night and good...
If you haven't played a game of Risk before then this is your chance. Risk is one of the more intense and competitive games I have ever played in my life but previously only on a tabletop, that is until now when I got my hands on the PS4 version and it has everything the boardgames has without...
How does it feel to once again relive High School, as a girl, with paranormal abilities you say? Life is Strange gives you the answer and puts you right in the shoes of Max Caulfied who realizes she has the ability to rewind time, as if being a student in High School wasn't enough.
Besiege is an interesting diamond in the dirt at the moment, and we want you to go try it, and if you need convincing you should keep reading this preview. But you should check out Besiege, seriously.
Dead and loving it, Grim Fandango gets resurrected with a fresh coat of paint.
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Saints Row has gone from the grimy streets with gang rivals and turf wars to the top with Saints Row IV putting us into the role of none other than the President. It has gone from a simple GTA clone to something of its own. Saints Row has come a long way but it is time to bid farewell to this...
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Are you like me and needed an excuse to head back into Kyrat? But you might have done everything there is to do and seen everything there is to see, well Ubisoft made it easy for you with the first DLC now available called Escape from Durgesh Prison, which basically is just that, you trying to...
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The second review in series of Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition reviews have us playing around with the Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set. And if you haven't read our initial review of the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition Starter Pack you should do so by clicking here. If you have and...
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Review - The Order: 1886
Review - PolyNoid
Review - Evolve
Review - Dying Light
Review - Risk (PS4)
Review - Life is Strange Episode 1
Preview - Besiege
Review - Grim Fandango Remastered
Review - Citizens of Earth
Review - Saints Row IV Re-Elected
Review - Saints Row Gat out of Hell
Review - Far Cry 4 Escape From Durgesh Prison DLC
Review - Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Review - Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) - Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set
Review - Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition)
NIBELUNGEN SAGA. The game based on the ancient legend.
The Games Foundation today announced the launch of a crowdfunding campaign for their upcoming action adventure game, Nibelungen Saga. The game is coming to PC and Mac, and is also planned for mobile devices and consoles. The developers are looking to raise US$ 60.000 for the further development of the game.
Thousands of years ago, a grand tale of adventure and heroism was born. Throughout the centuries, it has inspired many artists and writers, including the likes of JRR Tolkien and Richard Wagner. Now, this legend will finally be made into a computer game worthy of its legacy!
It is the tale of SIGVARD, a young warrior from the north. He is summoned to the court of GUDRUN, the young queen and ruler over the tribe of the Nibelungen. Her kingdom is under siege by FAFNIR, an evil and powerful monster that feeds on human flesh and craves the Nibelungen gold. To stand a chance against his enemy, Sigvard must find and salvage the sword GRAM, a magical weapon that once belonged to his father. He must also obtain the ANDVARANAUT, a ring forged by dwarves that has the ability to change the appearance of his bearer.
You play as Sigvard or Gudrun as you explore a vast game universe, set in the world of ancient norse mythology. Can you guide them on their quest and undo the Nibelungen bane?