The Far Cry 5: Lost on Mars DLC does a lot of cool things, like reducing gravity to support monster jumps, and introducing laser type weapons to help you thwart an alien invasion. Unfortunately, the gameplay doesn’t quite live up to its other set pieces.
CNN is reporting that at least 11 people were shot at the GLHF Game Bar in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday. The group was participating in a videogame tournament for the new Madden 19 game. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that at least four people are dead. EA Sports was quick to respond to the news on their official Twitter account, first stating as the terrible news was breaking, “We are aware of an incident at a sanctioned Madden Championship Series competition in Jacksonville. We are working with authorities to gather facts at this stage.” Once the worst had been … Continue reading Mass Shooting Reported at Videogame Tournament
Tales of Broken Wings takes place in a quirky and colorful cartoon world populated with air pirates, aeronautical inventors, belligerent blimps and fantastic flying fish. Jump into the cockpit if you enjoy a good twin-stick challenge.
Anyone who purchased the season pass for Far Cry 5 got a Vietnam, a zombie and a Mars themed level as part of that package. Vietnam was the first out of the gate, and offers a bit more strategy and stealth over the core game.
Battle Fleet: Ground Assault takes some of the most exciting tank theaters from WWII and puts them into a turn-based strategy game using the proven Battle Fleet interface. But does Ground Assault stand on its own, or sink under its own weight?
Dr. Edward Metz leads education technology programs at the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences. In addition to promoting educational and learning games, he is always on the lookout for worthy programs in need of government funding.
Man the cannons and hoist the mainsail, as one of the best RPGs of yesteryear comes sailing back with a nautical and pirate-themed sequel. Pillars of Eternity: Deadfire is more fun than a barrel of grog, and should become an instant classic.
Daniel Greenberg grew up playing Dungeons and Dragons and creating fantastic worlds. Then after college he worked on some of the most iconic RPGs and videogames ever made. Today, his games help those struggling with health problems and other serious issues.
We’re going to learn about a lot about new games at E3 this year, but lots of great titles have already been released. Guest columnist John Breeden picks his 2018 Game of the Year frontrunners, and wonders if they can hold on in the face of a massive number of pending releases.
It’s time to fry some big Mechs once again, as BATTLETECH plods onto the gaming scene. With such a rich history in both computer games and pen and paper titles, expectations were high for this robot rumble, but is BATTLETECH up for that considerable challenge?