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"
Guild Wars 2 is a deeply immersive online video game. It’s easy to pick up and easy to let go. It can be so casual, yet so fun at the same time. . . . → Read More: Guild Wars 2 – The Game Remains Challenging At Every Turn
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
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 . . . → Read More: StarDrive: The Beta Report
Back in 2007 a phenomenon was born on Earth.
It provided a new universe for humanity to explore and new characters to interact with.
Some even say that it changed the landscape of RPGs itself.
It was quickly dubbed a classic by countless game reviewers.
Those who played it called it…
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If you've ever dreamed about becoming a professional gamer, it all begins with the actual game that you play. Some games are competitive enough to make it possible to be professional with them, while others are just meant for fun and won't get you anywhere. Here are the top five games that are being played . . . → Read More: Top 5 Professionally Played Video Games