Finishing From Software’s Dark Souls III left a void in me. After pouring hour upon hour into the notoriously difficult action RPG, I emerged victorious, but then found myself wondering what would come next.
I honestly didn’t know what to expect from Ubisoft’s The Division. After the fiasco that was Watch Dogs, in which the promised visuals and features weren’t completely delivered (the infamous 2012 E3 trailer and the final product), I was initially impressed by The Division’s E3 reveal tech demo, but I took it with some hesitation.
If there’s one thing about competition, it’s that it brings out the best in each competitor.
I was honestly very excited for a chance to try out Turtle Rock Studios’ Evolve, mostly because I’m a huge fan of their previous offering Left 4 Dead, a game that I poured hundreds of hours into and occasionally dabble in from time to time.
In this day and age, zombies pretty much rule everything. There are hundreds of books, films, games and even music dedicated to the shambling undead.
Capcom has just released a demo of Ninja Theory‘s highly-anticipated DmC: Devil May Cry, and we have some hands-on impressions.
It’s been some time since the release of the Dust 514 beta, one of the most innovative and ambitious projects in the industry.