Many PC gamers already know about the Humble Bundle. For those who don’t know, here’s a quick overview of the wonderful gaming …
To put it frankly, if explosions, gore, ’80s action, and not so subtle ties to American bravado are your thing, this game will deliver on that and then some.
PC gaming is on the rise. While it was always a big contender when it came to gaming, consoles, to me, always seemed to …
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is a poor game. I couldn’t get into the story, the gameplay is uninteresting and the world was limited by how little it can be interacted with There were some scary moments, and if you can ignore the linearity, it’s bearable, but I would advise against a purchase.
Rome: Total War came out in 2004 to a loving fan base and continued to grow. Nine years later, and after quite a few titles, the sequel had a lot expected of it. Total War: Rome II ups the ante when it came to graphical prowess, battle sizes, and much more.
Why shouldn’t you go and enjoy yourself in this new world of high velocity and “in your face” games, especially if games once played are only three dollars?
So Gearbox released its new Borderlands DLC earlier last week, and it was something else. Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep brings the playful action that the series is known for, while intermingling a deeper story that drives the campaign along. It brings out the essence of what it means to play and be a part of Dungeons and Dragons, while still cutting into the adrenaline thumping action cake that is Borderlands.
Many will try, and few will master. In the end, everyone who plays Super Hexagon will experience frustration, bliss, and concentration in this sublime package.
The culmination of everything Saints Row: The Third has adds up to an elephant with rocket launchers strapped to its arms, assaulting the Louvre for nachos.