Headup has announced their collaboration with Mixtvision and Monokel to bring a new title, White Shadows, to PC and next-gen consoles. White Shadows is a film noir platformer where players will get to experience a distorted mirror of our own world
One of the games that we are looking forward to the most next year is Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood. It’s an action-RPG from NACON and Cyanide where players get to take control of a werewolf named Cahal who has been forced into exile. His only goal is to put an end to Endron, the petroleum subsidiary for the mega-corporation Pentex. Not only are they responsible for all his rage and violence, but Endron is also a constant threat to Gaia, Mother Earth. A brand new trailer was revealed to coincide with Gamescom and it reveals a little more about the life and past of Cahal
PQube and developer Stone Lantern Games have announced that Evergate will be getting a PC release via Steam. The game is already out on Nintendo Switch and has been receiving rave reviews for its unique align-to-shoot mechanic, the Soulflame. It requires players to aim and fire at fire crystals that are found throughout the environments to harness their mysterious powers to solve challenging puzzles
Fast & Furious Crossroads had plenty of potential but somehow manages to squander all of it. Despite some over the top scenarios the game offers very little challenge and the whole thing can be completed in one session. The multiplayer also appears to be dead on arrival, which means there is nothing to return to after completing the short campaign. Considering the success and popularity of the movie franchise it’s baffling to see how poorly the license was handled for this game.
Gameplay: Short, easy, and full of baffling design choices.
Graphics: The cars look fine, but everything else has a very low budget look and feel.
Sound: Considering the involvement of some of the big names from the movies we expected a lot better
Horizon Zero Dawn started as a Playstation 4 exclusive a few years back but makes the transition to PC in this complete edition, which includes The Frozen Wilds expansion. Apart from the technical issues affecting some players, it is a beautiful looking game with a stunning open world to explore. The combat against the many different robotic foes remains thrilling throughout and the game is also not lacking in terms of things to do and places to visit. It can become a little repetitive at times and some of the design elements are a little dated, but overall we had fun from start to finish with this game.
Gameplay: The game world is huge, but it’s fun to explore and more than enough to keep players busy.
Graphics: With the right hardware this game looks downright amazing at times.
Sound: Decent voice acting and a great soundtrack
Video games have become one of the most popular forms of entertainment in modern society. Unlike physical sports, these sorts of titles are far more inclusive than games of the past, giving people of all skill levels the chance to play with one another. Just because something is inclusive, though, it doesn’t always mean that it is accessible. Those suffering from health issues that impact their ability to game will know this all too well. To help you to overcome this problem, this post will be exploring a range of tips and tools that can be used to wipe out the health issues you face when it comes to gaming
Some good news for fans of the asymmetrical 4v1 multiplayer hit, Deady by Daylight, who prefer playing the mobile version of the game. Behaviour Interactive has announced that the Cursed Legacy Chapter will arrive next week with a new killer and new survivor
Back in May, we talked about the excellent COVID-19 Cowboy Bebop charity single that was organized by Mason Lieberman and we are happy to report that he is back at it again. For his follow up he has turned his attention to My Hero Academia with the charity single “You Say Run.” This time it is the UNICEF charity that will benefit from the single and once again all stops have been pulled out to make it a hit
If anyone told us back in the nineties that FMV games would be making a comeback more than 20 years later we would have been shocked. However, here we are and not only has the FMV genre resurfaced, but it actually boasts a couple of really good releases. The latest title to join their ranks is the upcoming Jessika by publisher Assemble Entertainment and developer TriTrieGames