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.
With the phenomenally good remake of Resident Evil 2 the horror gaming year 2019 started extremely spectacular. And there are even more big horror blockbuster like Days Gone (April 26, 2019). But also many smaller horror games are coming. Discover some surprising new horror video games for this year. You won't be disappointed. 1/ Layers of Fear 2... Continue Reading →
The Far Cry series is full of surprises. After a game set in the Mesolithic Age (Far Cry Primal, 2016) the new spin-off takes place in a post-apocalyptic world: Far Cry New Dawn. What does the new game have to do with its predecessor Far Cry 5? And is Far Cry now becoming the new and better Fallout?
Six years ago, a small independent studio called Playdead surprised us with Limbo, a 2D platform and puzzle game with a completely groundbreaking artistic section for its time (and which has been imitated many times since then) and a level design that caught us all by surprise. Not in vain, this is one of the titles that have helped most in popularizing the independent scene, so its importance and influence should be beyond doubt.
Have you not seen the Blacksad: Under the Skin teaser video yet? What are you waiting for? Blacksad is the new graphic novel video game that we are looking forward to play in 2019. We still do not have a lot of information, but just what is shown in the video, nevertheless is enough to know that it can be an interesting and original video game. Which other video game have you played in which you are a detective cat?
Gamescom comes to an end on Saturday, 25th of August. Once again the world's largest gaming event showed us some very promising upcoming games. I will present you six great (horror/psychological) adventures that will hit the consoles in 2019. Get ready – and anticipate a large gaming budget for 2019!
Supermassive Games, the studio behind Until Dawn (2015), announced on Gamescom 2018 The Dark Pictures Anthology – each title of this series will be a stand-alone horror game. The first game will be Man of Medan, in which the summer cruise of four American tourists turns into a fight for survival aboard a haunted ship. It will be released in 2019. Meanwhile we show you the best horror games for Playstation 4, so the waiting goes faster. All genres are mixed up!