If you were hoping that Destiny 2: Forsaken could rekindle some of the amazing glory of the original game, then you are in luck. Almost everything about Forsaken is done right, and that includes the new Gambit gameplay mode, which is insanely fun to play.
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.
Although it doesn’t offer much beyond the ability to peek under the skirts of a few schoolgirls, the Gal Gun series has earned a cult following. Gal Gun 2 won’t do much to change that, but does provide a bit more campy fun.
This week the Time Waster is changing pace to focus on an Early Access game called To Hell with Hell that is up on Steam.
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.
Destiny 2 continues to expand with Warmind DLC, giving players access to new areas, new enemies, exotic weapons, a unique new raid, and several hours of new single-player content. For those who love this sci-fi shooter, its just more icing on the cake, though it doesn’t actually change the core game in any significant ways.
Over the weekend in Los Angeles, GiN Online Editor Neal Sayatovich and selected press from around the world got a chance to play a pre-alpha version of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4. Find out how the game will work, and how it plays as development continues.
With Hope, Montana under siege, it’s up to our hero to save the day, and gun down thousands of crazy cultists to do it. Welcome to the world of Far Cry 5, which offers both over-the-top action and insane moments, coupled with a somewhat realistic story that is a little too close to home for life in America these days.
This week Billy is checking out a platformer called Copy Kitty with a major focus on mixing abilities to create different weapons.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is billed as both a shooter and adventure game, and it thankfully holds true to that description. Featuring accurate, adrenaline-fueled shooting and a plot filled with shocking twists, Wolfenstein II could revitalize the entre genre.