You cannot be a gamer and not know what E3 is all about. It would be like being a fan of cars and not knowing what a Ferrari or a Lamborghini is. The same way those iconic cars redefined the automotive industry, E3 has redefined the gaming industry, it being the place where all the new . . . → Read More: PC Games Most Looked Forward To At E3
Now that 2014 is here, have you started scattering the web for some new games to download? Both the Xbox One and the PS4 have delighted our senses with some pretty great exclusives in 2013, so it's only natural to want more. Avid gamers around the world should prepare themselves for a gaming revolution as . . . → Read More: Shooting Games Of 2014: Evolution Or Revolution?
Any ShootMania Storm review you might read suggests a longing for a little bit of nostalgia when it comes to first-person shooters. Nadeo’s ShootMania Storm is the sort of title that can slip right past you. That’s not to say that it looks terrible or unappealing, but there’s a certain air of simplicity about the game. . . . → Read More: Shootmania Storm – The Lastest FPS From The Creator Of "Trackmania"
So Defiance™, at least the game portion, has launched as promised on April 2nd in the USA. In case you were trapped in some other dimension for the last three months, here's a brief description of what all the hype is about. Trion, developer & publisher of Rift, End of Nations, and other popular . . . → Read More: Defiance the Game – 5 Things To Like, And Not Like, About It
SHOOT MANY ROBOTS by UBISOFT and DEMIURGE STUDIOS does exactly what it says on the box (if it had one that is). This side scrolling feast of carnage is, for my simple mind, very entertaining. OK so it's not up to the quality of Rayman, but it doesn't aspire to it. I reckon it knows . . . → Read More: Shoot Many Robots- Go On You Know You Want Too !
Medal of Honor brings the action to the future, focusing on missions based around real military operations that occurred in Afghanistan in 2002. From the start, it becomes clear that EA has attempted to remove the Hollywood trappings and instead focus on a grittier, real look. The narrative is fast paced and involves constant . . . → Read More: Medal of Honor Video Game Review