The Control Ultimate Edition offers a seamless blend of deep storytelling with white hot third-person shooting action that is a marvel to behold. And now that Control has all of the expansions together in one package, players can enjoy the amazing gameplay without interruptions.
Raw Fury has revealed Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands, a free new update for the hit micro-strategy game featuring content inspired by and in collaboration with the gothic horror action-RPG Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. A dark and completely new setting that will change how you rule your Kingdom, Dead Lands will be available on April 28 on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam, as well as with the long-awaited launch of Kingdom Two Crowns on iOS and Android that same day. For the first time ever, Kingdom players will not only be able to change … Continue reading Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands Announces Bloodstained Crossover Event →
This week, when not constantly playing The Outer Limits, Todd is excited about the news that Hideo Kojima’s (maybe) masterpiece Death Stranding is breaking out of the PlayStation 4 platform and coming to PC games as well. Not that everyone feels the same way.
This official communique from a researcher employed by the Federal Bureau of Control is strictly for the recipient’s eyes only. Do not read this letter unless you are Cedric’s mum. Failure to comply may result in severe consequences, such as the universe turning inside-out.
Starbreeze, Skybound Entertainment and 505 Games have released the first official gameplay trailer for OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead, the upcoming cooperative multiplayer FPS from developer OVERKILL – A Starbreeze Studio. The video also reveals the game is expected to launch on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC on Nov. 6 in North and South America and Nov. 8 for the rest of the world, including Europe. OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is available to pre-order now as a digital title on all platforms and as a physical boxed product for consoles only at most major retailers … Continue reading E3 Expo: Skybound Entertainment Teases Their Next Zombie Game →
This week on Argue the Toss, the team try to untangle the Virginia mystery. Drew and Chella discuss the Twin Peaks, X-Files mash-up and narrative noir-fest that is Virginia from Variable State.
Virginia is a masterful piece of interactive storytelling with echoes of David Lynch and The X-Files. By placing two women of colour in the leads, it sets itself apart and its unique approach to narrative makes Virginia a game with checking out, even if it’s not always successful.
If you need a break from daily life, do yourself a favor and dive into the visual masterpiece of ABZU. You may find yourself riding on the backs of giant fish, swimming with dolphins or exploring the mysteries of a giant kelp forest. Your underwater adventure awaits.
Sniper Elite III Takes It’s Shot in our review of this combination simulation and shooter set in World War II. You better be ready for some graphic shots too, as the game pulls no punches.
Originally released in 2011 by indie studio Re-logic, Terraria is a side-scrolling, action-adventure sandbox game with an emphasis on crafting and exploration set in vast and vibrant worlds. The game has received universal and critical acclaim with millions of "Terrarians" embarking on their own adventures since the game’s release on PC, XBLA and PSN. Now mobile gamers can gear up for the action because Terraria is headed to phones and tablets so players anywhere can dig, fight, explore and build! Players will discover more than a dozen environments and face treacherous perils including over a hundred twisted foes, magical creatures … Continue reading Terraria Comes To Mobile Platforms →