Explore and kill, get your butt kicked, learn, repeat are the main characteristics of Dead Cells, a frustrating yet rewarding roguelike game which also features many Metroidvania aspects. Explore a dungeon full of enemies and face dangers in the environment while you try to survive as much as you can so you don’t lose what […]
Being an FPS game, it’s pretty easy to think that mostly aim is what makes a good Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player… and that’s not totally inaccurate, but so many factors play a major difference when it comes to winning that important eco round or not. New Counter-Strike players easily grow accustomed to only using the […]
Let’s take a look at Full Metal Alchemist’s new live action adaptation. Can it live up to the weight of its original story?
Knight’s and Magic wants to showcase just how great mechas can be, but is it able to craft a good story in return?
Angel Stone is a dark, high-fantasy mobile RPG where you join a rebellious faction against its demonic oppressors. With stunning graphic work, cross-platform support and real-time multiplayer mode, how can the gameplay hold the promise if its super-shinny package?
Face the horrors hidden in the depths of sea and mind in SOMA, the latest sci-fi horror title from Frictional Games. With Amnesia, Penumbra, and 5 years in the making backing it up, what can we expect in their most story-driven game yet? Food is scarce, there’s no one to ask for help, and […]
As of this writing, Minecraft: Story Mode is set to pre-launch somewhere in 2015. Telltale Games, the award-winning minds behind hits like The Walking Dead: Season One & Two, Tales From The Borderlands and Game of Thrones (the games), are the ones taking the pixelated reign/canvas that is Minecraft to a new, TV-script-like format to […]
Amazing World Overview Amazing World is a 3D Virtual World for boys and girls of at least 6 years old to battle the forces of evil and fight for what is right. Being a browser-based massively-multiplayer-online (MMO) action game, Amazing World has a welcoming social community, child-friendly action and educational puzzles that will be sure […]
I’ll state the most important thing, first and foremost: Limbo is a game where you die a lot. Yes, it also has a rather unique approach on style, non-intrusive narrative and actually handles the “horror” title (this is coming from someone who firmly believes the horror genre died decades ago). But I need you to […]