Ever since Overwatch launched porting over the experience of playing a game like Team Fortress 2 on computers to consoles, many competitors to the first-person multiplayer games have tried to compete with it, the game including Paladins. It’s a great concept and I personally love it, though I’ve never got
I admire games that revolve around having multiple endings. It really makes you want to explore the game more and gives the game more replayability. Games such as; Undertale, Prey, Life is Strange, etc. give the sense that you’re in control of what happens. And that’s what makes me love these
Horror games… Don’t you just love them? From a previous article, I did about Rail Theory (which you should go check out) you can tell that I just absolutely ADORE horror games! You can see the sarcasm right through me, can’t you? Scary isn’t it?
A Horror Game of Course
Outclass your enemy in Dreadnought
Dreadnought is an upcoming tactical space arena shooter from publisher Grey Box Studios. It features class-based gameplay with customizable ships. Gameplay consists of 8 on 8 ship battles where you must use the tools provided to outsmart the enemy team. Combat is complex with multiple systems
Ever wanted to date a flirtatious shark girl? No? Then maybe you should bump it up your list, and nab Shark Dating Simulator XL, a click through visual novel with fish gags galore from the comedic mind of Conan McPhee. It's short and sweet, well maybe sweet is the wrong
Real-Time Strategy games are fun, I’ve always enjoyed them. Especially the Civilization series from Sid Meyers. I’ve always found it thrilling and exciting to see how well you can outsmart an artificial intelligence. But what if I told you there was a game dubbed as the first “Optimistic Strategy Game”?
Do you know what I miss? Horror movies that did more than hauntings and serial killers. What happened to the good old days; where increasing an ant to the size of an elephant was considered scary or focusing on urban legends like the Skin Walker, Chupacabra, and the Loogaroo. There
It’s the Witching hour!In September 1981, an arcade game was released called ‘Galaga’. It was a vertical space shooter, where you and your spaceship could move up, down, left & right, dodging a multitude of laser blasts whilst shooting back at the alien scum. It is a classic example of
Japanese culture has always fascinated me, but at the same it time weirds me out. On one hand: You have infamous legends like Hitori Kakurenbo; a ritual game where you play hide and seek with a dark spirit from the fourth dimension. On the other hand: a huge amount of
Everyone loves a good sandbox game, really successful sandbox games such as Minecraft, Terraria, and Starbound have the key elements of creativity mixed with surviving and upgrading your tools, base, and armor. Fighting tough bosses and making it to the end game, showing off your worlds, and telling all your