There are many excellent missions and quests in Dragon Age: Origins. When I was writing my review of Dragon Age: Origins I realized that there is a lot I didn't mentioned in my original article and in my own words: “I only scratched the surface”. Well, today I decided to fix it and just focus on... Continue Reading →
How do you streamline a gaming sequel? What do you leave in process of production of a game, what will you change to appeal to audience that do not know you without alienating your core audience? If you make that crucial decision and streamline your game, one of the first and vital things you should... Continue Reading →
All Quantic Dream productions are ambitious and of high quality. But there are also many other video games that are ambitious and of high quality. So, what makes Fahrenheit, Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human better? The answer lies in these two words: interactive storytelling!
Upon playing Dragon Age: Origins for the purpose of the review, I realized a grim future in front of me, that I'll have to play Dragon Age 2 and Dragon Age: Inquisition. That is always the problem with the Dragon Age franchise: Should I play it as a franchise from the very beginning with Origins till the end with Inquisition or just end it with Origins and don't look back?
Waiting for the Playstation 5 (PS5) is getting more and more impatient: rumours are spreading, but so are the facts. We've gathered everything that's known about the new Sony console here. Right away: It is confirmed that the console will not be launched on the market in 2019.
There are many unsuccessful attempts at launching a video game franchise. Bioware's attempt at launching two franchises fortunately ended with success, one being the Mass Effect franchise and the other one being the Dragon Age franchise. Back in 2007 Bioware released their new RPG with a mixture of third person shooter and a bit of open world exploration game, combination that on all levels could have been a failure.
Well folks it's time, time to do a full-on review of one of the greatest story-driven game developer studios of all time and their most unfortunate fall. Their video games are considered as classics and quite possibly best in the genre. The game developer studio we are talking about is of course Bioware, a Canadian... Continue Reading →
During the last week I was browsing Steam for some new games and I found out that Total War games were heavily discounted. After some thoughts I decided to purchase Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia. Although I heard some polarizing opinions (from it really sucks to it's fine) about this game I thought to myself:... Continue Reading →
DLCs (Downloadable Content) became a swearword in recent years thanks to greedy gaming companies (such as EA, Konami etc.), but also gamers themselves, because people are actually buying these dammed things. But there was a time where DLCs were something to look forward to and to some extent they still are.