The Last of Us was one of my favourite games of last year, and when I heard there would be a Remastered version coming for the new consoles I was eager to check it out and once again relive the beautiful story that is The Last of Us.
Ah, Dark Souls, how many hours have I spent in this game without getting any progress done? How many times have I read that I have died, again? How difficult and frustrating is it to die a second time when you are trying to do a quick run back to collect your lost XP and know that hours of game...
I was doing fine, had my hut built up, got some tasty rabbits cooking on the fire and was about to go to bed for the night when they arrived and all hell broke loose, welcome to The Forest.
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Sniper Elite quickly became a series of games that would fill the void for sniper shooters and fans of that specific genre since most fps focuses on diversity,and lets face it if you play as a sniper in any fps multiplayer nobody likes you, sorry, but the Sniper Elite series managed to capture...
How much do you know about The Great War? Valiant Hearts puts the player into the action and let you take part in the emotional aspect of a war, the different sides and stories of the different countries fighting for their honour, and you smack dab in the middle trying to solve puzzles and yet...
IT'S TIME! It is finally time to see what EA Sports has managed to do with the UFC franchise now that they got complete control over it. Last UFC release was great but one of the biggest gripes about the game series has always been the steep learning curve that it constantly introduces to new...
The prequel to Viktor Kalvachev's Blue Estate graphic novel first episode comes in form of a on-rails shooter where you use motion controls to play, for the PS4 you use the gyroscope and the Dualshock's touch-pad, and the Kinect Sensor for Xbox One, we played the PS4 version for this review....
GRID Autosport is picking up where GRID 2 left off a short year ago, and it seems as though this is the game where they took all the criticism and just re-released the game the way the fans wanted it to be. It really is the GRID 2 that we wanted when we played it and even though some of you...
I sort of panicked when I first realized I would be taking on a game in a series of games that I really didn’t know too much about, all I knew is that it have a huge following and has also seen a numerous set of releases in the past few years, the game and series I am talking about is One...
As with any racing game they usually fall on me to review, as my speciality is that genre, however I play mostly car racing games and when there are a lot of them it tend to get repetitive at times and I notice I nitpick a little too much since I have seen a lot of them, so when I got word that...
Back in 1990 there was a movie that took the world with storm, it was called Ghost. The year is 2014 and we have a game with the basic principles and it is called Murdered Soul Suspect. Well that is not totally true as in my mind the game is a lot more interesting than the movie was but even...
When you first heard of Watch Dogs it seemed like an over ambitious idea that would never see the light of day, however once we got to play Assassin's Creed Black Flag we kind of had hope that Watch Dogs might not be just a fantasy after all and we started to get excited. After a few delays...
Inglorious Bastards meets Wolfenstein 3D is the best way to quickly wrap-up my experience with Wolfenstein: The New Order. Since I was the one on the team that remembered what it felt like the first time I tried Wolfenstein 3D and how much impact it has had on the genre to this day I was first...
From the minds of critical indie hit Bastion comes a brand new experience called Transistor. We get to play around with the PS4 version of the game to see if lighting can indeed strike twice for developers Supergiant Games
Review - The Last of Us Remastered
Review - Dark Souls 2 Crown of the Sunken King DLC
Preview - The Forest
Review - Pure Pool
Review - Sniper Elite 3
Review - Valiant Hearts
Review - EA Sports UFC
Review - Blue Estate
Review - GRID Autosport
Review - One Piece: Unlimited World Red
Review - MotoGP 14
Review - Murdered: Soul Suspect
Review - Watch Dogs
Review - Wolfenstein The New Order
Review - Transistor
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?