Hyper Light Drifter is a game many would describe in relationship to other franchises; a mash-up of old-school Legend of Zelda and Dark Souls first and foremost. While these descriptions would be apt, they only scratch the surface of what Heart Machine has developed here. True to the real beauty of independent games, Hyper Light […]
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Metal Gear Solid V is a unique game in that it carries a rather large burden in terms of gaming history and culture. It is the effective close of the original Metal Gear Solid saga, the final Metal Gear game from Hideo Kojima – now one of the industry’s most valued creators – and it […]
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Firewatch is a game about running away from your problems, told through the eyes of Henry, who is trying to avoid dealing with his wife Julia’s early-onset dementia. Its realistic characters and engrossing environment make Firewatch a success, albeit with small missteps.
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Darkest Dungeon delivers a unique blend of rogue-like elements, RPG dungeon crawling and action, and a grim world inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
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Three exciting new maps are coming to Rocket League in February, to kick off Psyonix’s new “Rocket Labs” initiative. Taking a page from its predecessor, each of Rocket League’s new arenas will have a unique shape, promising to mix up the basic strategy and gameplay that has remained (mostly) unchanged since launch.
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Sony announced its free PlayStation Plus games for February 2016 today, and Vedran’s favorite game of 2015, Helldivers, is among the titles. If you have a PS Plus subscription for either the PS3, PS4, or Vita, we highly recommend you give Helldivers a try! The rest of the February list can be found here.
The release of Dragon’s Dogma on PC shows that this RPG still provides some of the most exciting and fun combat found in any genre. From leveling up abilities that can engulf battlefields in fire, to climbing a cyclops and stabbing him in the eye, Dragon’s Dogma proves it is the master of fantasy combat. […]
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Hardware: Rivals would be reminiscent of the Twisted Metal series, if playing Twisted Metal was unsatisfying.
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2015 was a great year in gaming, but it also felt incomplete. Several titles, including Uncharted 4, The Division, and Persona 5, were delayed until the next year, and despite growing anticipation, we still haven’t heard much about Nintendo’s NX or the final release dates or price points of any of the three major VR […]
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A game doesn’t have to be a complete package to catch our eye. Sometimes, it’s just a small event or single moment that we remember most. These are our favorite gaming moments of 2015, from Kojima Productions and The Unfinished Swan.
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