There are fewer things I find more satisfying in video games then being able to take a more strategic approach to situations. Even when the option of just applying violence to the situation is readily available, which is the case more often then not, I enjoy being able to circumvent a difficulty with no violence [...] . . . → Read More: StarDrive: The Beta Report
Elder Scrolls Online for PC, the massively multiplayer online (MMO) version of the role-playing game announced by ZeniMax Online Studios promises to be a super hit. So let’s find out what the fuss is all about: The story unfolds… The land of Tamriel has no king. Through role-play, you and your online teammates will [...] . . . → Read More: Elder Scrolls Online for PC – First Look
The trailer of this game was pretty impressive. An in-game info that claims that the trailer was made with only the game tool amazed us. An open arena where a number of similar looking characters in red and blue outfits cross over each other in an attempt to win the game is not new to [...] . . . → Read More: Shootmania Storm By Ubisoft Game Review
Resident Evil is arguably one of, if not the best action/adventure/horror series in the history of video games. The series has ranged from the first Playstation and Playstation 2, to the Sega consoles, to the Nintendo 64 and Wii, and to modern day gaming consoles like the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Resident Evil 4 [...] . . . → Read More: TGR’s Resident Resident Evil Fan Presents…
During an interview with EA’s games boss Frank Gibeau, he has explained how BioWare’s new project is going to face WoW head on for a chunk of its subscribers with EA’s MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic. EA have no intention of sneaking around their foe, and instead are directly pushing their game out into [...] . . . → Read More: BioWare vs Blizzard inside a nutshell!
Jeff saw Portal 2 at E3. He expects another triumph. Portal was as close to a perfect game as I’ve ever played. An inventive mechanic, clever puzzles, a simple story that was neither too ambitious nor pandering, and a modest length that ensured it never outstayed its welcome conspired to make Portal a tour de [...] . . . → Read More: Portal 2 Preview