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Assassin’s Creed Origins Review

Assassin’s Creed Origins takes this thinking to heart and steps into the seamless and dynamic open world of ancient Egypt. Although this move shows glimmers of a brighter future for the series, it also becomes clear that its core gameplay and presentation have some difficulties keeping up with the newfound pace and scale. Blurring the… Read more Assassin’s Creed Origins Review

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

The New Colossus picks up right after the events of The New Order, and unsurprisingly, our hero Blazkowicz is in bad shape. Following the explosion during the fight with Deathshead, BJ’s insides are falling out, and the crew of the Kreisau Circle does their best to put him back together again. General Engel tracks them… Read more Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

Star Wars Battlefront II Review

Unlike the first Battlefront, the sequel contains a narrative-driven single-player campaign. Set during the twilight of the Galactic Empire after Return of the Jedi, the story sows the seeds for the First Order in The Force Awakens. You take on the role of Iden Versio, commander of Imperial special-forces outfit Inferno Squad. She normally works… Read more Star Wars Battlefront II Review

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Review

Stuffing 100 players into a plane to parachute down onto a desolate island to scavenge for weapons, armor, and supplies in hopes of surviving a bloody deathmatch. And to keep things interesting as numbers dwindle, throw in the impending doom of an electric field that forces players into an ever-shrinking warzone. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds turns this… Read more PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Review

2018 Independent Games Festival Finalists

The Independent Games Festival (IGF), which honors the most influential, innovative and acclaimed projects in independent game development, revealed the award finalists for its 20th annual awards ceremony. The IGF Awards take place on March 21, 2018 during the Game Developers Conference, and will be hosted by Trent Kusters, co-founder of League of Geeks, the… Read more 2018 Independent Games Festival Finalists

Game Developers Choice Awards 2018

The Game Developers Choice Awards are the premier accolades for peer recognition in the digital games industry. Each year, the Choice Awards recognize and celebrate the creativity, artistry and technical genius of the finest developers and games created in the last year. Game of the year PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG Corporation) Nier: Automata (PlatinumGames / Square… Read more Game Developers Choice Awards 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale Releasing New Weaponry

A new update is coming to Fortnite tomorrow, March 22, potentially shaking up the competitive scene with two weapon additions. The 3.3.1 update will add the Heavy Shotgun to Battle Royale mode, and the Flame Grill Floor Trap to the Save the World mode. Exact timing for the update is said to be coming soon.… Read more Fortnite Battle Royale Releasing New Weaponry

Sea of Thieves Review – Pirate Boat

It’s been a rough couple of years for Xbox owners. While Nintendo and PlayStation fans have had a slew of brilliant first party exclusives to keep them satiated, Microsoft-loving gamers haven’t been so lucky. With Platinum Games’ open world opus Scalebound getting mysteriously canned and the long awaited Crackdown 3 getting delayed for a third… Read more Sea of Thieves Review – Pirate Boat

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood – best FPS western

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is probably the best, First Person Shooter, in the genre of Western Wild West … From this phrase and brings romance, head silhouetted images of charismatic shooters by Clint Eastwood or John Wayne Colt revolver with smoking hot beauty with a languid gaze, hot shooting in the saloons, and… Read more Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood – best FPS western