With first person horror quite popular these days, Atlus and Zombie Studios’ Daylight attempts to make its mark on the market with procedurally generated levels and scares instead of set environments and predictable jumps.
With Lego The Lord of the Rings covering the main trilogy of J.R.R Tolkien books and Peter Jackson’s fantastic films, it’s only natural that the new trilogy based on The Hobbit gets the video game treatment as well.
When you think of RedLynx’s Trials series, you think about two things specifically: one, the exhilarating, death-defying jumps you’ll be doing and crazy air you’ll be catching, and two, the many frustrating and painful fails you’ll suffer through in the attempt of a perfect run.
With dozens of Dynasty Warriors games already available on various consoles, the series has finally made an appearance on a new, current gen console with Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition for the PS4,an updated version of last year’s expansion to Dynasty Warriors 8.
Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut is disappointing. You’d think that a game whose main focus is dogfighting and giant mechs in space would be fun, but Strike Suit Zero takes the wrong approach to this.
Puzzle games come in all shapes and forms, and are a dime a dozen.
As I descend into the depths of these caverns, I’m aware that my chances of coming back alive are waning.
MOBAs (Multiplayer Online Battle Arenas) have been made very popular in the last couple of years by titles like League of Legends and Dota 2.
Another year, another Lego game. Yet, for the first time in a long while, it’s a Lego game that’s not based on a third-party franchise (well, not completely, anyways).
It’s been nearly 15 years now since A-Rank Ninja Strider Hiryu had his own, proper adventure on a video game console or arcade.