For once, developer hype delivers exactly what it promises. The very best thing about Tera is the action. No other MMO even comes close to Tera in bringing the pulse-pounding physical intensity of third-person console combat.
MMO veterans are all too familiar with games whose combat outcomes depend on computer-generated dice rolls behind the . . . → Read More: TERA – Take Aim. Take Control. Take Action.
As our species has become more technologically advanced, we've become more distanced from the world our distant ancestors inhabited, back when they were focusing on how to walk about on two legs. Largely this has been a good development as now we don't have to worry about being eaten by a wild animal . . . → Read More: Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken Review (PC)
There are a number of driving simulation games around at the moment and they are on the whole pretty good. So with the release of WRC3 by Black Bean Games and Milestone, the world of hard-core rallying has been thrown into the mix.. but is it a good thing? Well it’s not brilliant, but it . . . → Read More: WRC3 2012
Life is full of simple pleasures, like going on holiday, sitting in the garden on a summers evening sipping on a nice beverage, and of course killing zombies, now what if you could combine some of these elements, well the result is DEAD ISLAND: GAME OF THE YEAR EDITION by DEEP SILVER and TECHLAND
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Personally I have never been a fan of Formula 1. Gone are the days of spectacular crashes, playboy racing drivers and cigarette sponsorship. Today it's all very clinical and more of a science than a sport, where most drivers are in bed by 9 PM with a protein drink. So when Codemasters sent over their . . . → Read More: F1 2012 – Zoom Zoom Redefined!
I've always been a big believer in the idea that games should do more then just exercise your hands, and that's why I've always been a big fan of tower defense games. These have often been a simple yet challenging formula that keep me diverted for hours and that's why I was excited to have . . . → Read More: Shad’O Review – Otherworldly Tower Defense