Hey everybody how’s it going. Today we’ve got some new GTA 5 PC information, we’ve got some 4K screenshots, official specs and a new release date, that’s right guys Rockstar actually pushed back GTA 5 […]
Info About The Newest Bond Movie – “Spectre”
The most expected and commented announce of yesteday was the title of the next Bond movie. On behalf of EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer и Sony Pictures Entertainment Mam Mendes […]
In a long time there was nothing news worthy about long lasting preparation of New Line Cinema's and the director Cary Fukunaga's adaptation of Stephen King's monumental novel It. Usually projects that are this slow means that: one -they are never going to happen or tow: the creative team had changed. Happily for us in this particular case the things are not exactly that bad.
Get the tactical splendor of a strategy game with the pace and visuals of a shooter.
World in Conflict is a gorgeous game that can be as rewarding as it is demanding. If you’re playing it alone, you’re not going to get a lot out of it beyond pretty graphics. But with other players, and especially with other players who understand a) how it works and b) that they have to work together, this is a unique and gratifying real time strategy game you won’t want to miss.
The indie platformer scene is thriving lately. Check put this couple of Kickstarter projects that our sleepy eye couth while browsing the around. We’d love to play some of them right now. Go check em, back em or heck em.
This War of Mine is a survival game in which the player controls a team of civilians in a destroyed town. The game provides an experience of war from a hole new perspective. Your goals is to survive the war with the tools and materials you gather. You will have to take care of each playable character and keep them at their best so they can build tools, gather resources, prepare food, and stay alive. Find some wood and nails and you can make a bed frame. Collecting rainwater is also a vital task. During the day snipers outside stop you from leaving your refuge and that’s why the player controls the civilians within the house. At night, you are given the chance to scavenge close locations and resupply with gear and resources that will help you stay alive.
Starcraft 2 was worth the wait. There have been mixed reviews, and honestly I feel the same way. Not everything has improved over the original. The graphics, the story, the persistent unit upgrades, and the endless playability of this game leave it heads above its predecessor. Battlenet 2.0 and the licensing honeslty suck, and you need to have an internet connection to play the game (yes, even the single-player game).
These are the indie titles we most enjoyed last year, but there are plenty of contenders we are yet to play. Even so, we think this list is a good reflection of the breadth of experiences delivered by indie developers in 2013, and hopefully it will point you in the direction of a couple you haven’t checked out yet.
It takes a game like Titan Quest to make you not care very much that Blizzard still hasn't gotten around to making a new Diablo. C'est la vie. Take your time, Blizzard. We're having a great time with Titan Quest. And now we've got the Immortal Throne expansion, which doesn't just add new content after what used to be the final boss. It also gives us an incentive to start over from the beginning.