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
Death is back with attitude upon the release of DARKSIDERS 2 published by THQ and VIGIL GAMES. DARKSIDERS 2 is a follow up to the acclaimed DARKSIDERS, and you get to play as Death, the fourth rider of the Apocalypse, on a whirlwind adventure set in Nether Realms. This game takes place during . . . → Read More: Darksiders 2 – Death Is Back And He Is Mad As Hell!
Everyone hates zombies, the average Joe, soldiers, and even aliens. Well now in the PC game PLANTS vs. ZOMBIES from POPCAP, the plants have their day! Originally released in 2009 on STEAM, with an iPAD and iOS version being released in February 2011, PLANTS vs. ZOMBIES then had a bit of a makeover . . . → Read More: Plants Vs Zombies – Gardening Has Never Been Such Fun!
Although the graphical representations and storylines of 4X strategy game change, the heart of RTS/Turn Based space strategy has remained the same since its inception: build your fleet, find the opponents, kill, bribe, be diplomatic to aliens and waste a tremendous number of hours attempting to micro-manage your ever-burgeoning empire.
While . . . → Read More: Endless Space Review