With Aliens Day being celebrated this month (it was on 4/26, the same number as the planet that Ripley and crew visit in Ridley Scott’s classic horror film Alien and officially named in the sequel), Zen Studios has released three new pinball tables based on some of the dreaded Xenomorph’s most thrilling appearances: Aliens, Alien Vs.
Originally released last year and a half ago on Nintendo’s handheld, developers WayForward have brought the latest Shantae adventure to the PS4 with Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse.
The wait is finally over. Ubisoft and Ubisoft Massive’s online third-person military-based shooter/RPG hybrid Tom Clancy’s The Division is finally available to the masses, bringing intense guerilla warfare shooter action, light RPG elements and squad based tactics to the ruins of New York City.
With the Naruto manga already concluded, Cyberconnect2’s fighting game series has finally caught up to the story’s ending with Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, finally revealing the fates of Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha and the whole ninja world in their latest title.
Sometimes you need to go backwards in order to move forward. Far Cry Primal, the latest entry in the popular open-world first person shooter series, takes players back to 10,000 BC for some prehistoric combat and wild animal taming, forgoing modern weaponry and high-tech toys for clubs, arrows and deadly beasts.
It’s tough to follow in the footsteps of a highly anticipated game such as Silent Hills, after the spectacular teaser P.T took the world by storm with its unique take on first person horror.
It’s a match made in heaven. Take a popular novel series that based on fantasy medieval warfare, and mix it with Dynasty Warriors tried-and-true, hack-and-slash gameplay, and you create something special.
Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space is a game that really frustrates me. A campy sci-fi first-person adventure game that takes its inspiration from classic, old-school B-movies, the game had tons of potential, but it ended up being a such a taxing and wearing experience that it quickly lost its initially charm.
Last year’s Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China was an interesting take on the classic Assassin’s Creed gameplay, shifting from open world 3D assassination and exploration to a 2.5D plane.
After the success of the first Resident Evil HD Remaster, which was a remaster of a remake of the 1996 original on the Gamecube, Capcom has given the same treatment this year to Resident Evil 0, the first original Resident Evil on Nintendo’s first disc-based console.