Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

Metal Gear Solid 4 has so many cool gameplay features that initially it might feel a bit overwhelming. Sneaking through battlefields, taking on bizarre enemies and bosses while unraveling the complex story is gripping stuff and will keep you hooked to the end. The cut-scenes drag on a bit, but that is to be expected from a MGS game. One of the “must have” titles for PS3.

Gameplay: Compelling, varied and a blast to play.

Graphics: Excellent attention to detail.

Sound: Excellent voice acting and music

Fatshark Giving Away 100K Lead & Gold Keys

Fatshark Giving Away 100K Lead & Gold Keys

These days Fatshark is better known for developing Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide, but back in 2010 the Swedish team released their very first game, called Lead and Gold. This Wild West themed third-person shooter features a compelling team-based multiplayer experience that still holds up well despite its age. Players who are not yet acquainted with Lead & Gold can now rectify this thanks to Fatshark deciding to give away 100K keys for the game

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare

American Nightmare offers more action and less atmosphere than the original game, but it is still a compelling addition to the series. With only three locations to explore it lacks the depth of the first game, but the story is still very interesting. It is important to remember that this is not a sequel, but a bite sized addition to the Alan Wake saga.

Gameplay: A more action oriented approach than the original game.

Graphics: Good but the wide open areas makes it less creepy.

Sound: Overall good, but some of the voice acting could have been better