While not exactly a bastion of accurate physics, Flatout 4: Total Insanity makes up for it with crazy racing, spectacular crashes and a type of rush-inducing vehicular combat that you can’t really find on most tracks.
Faithful fans of the rough and tumble FlatOut racing series can experience the rebirth of destruction and mayhem as U&I Entertainment, in partnership with dedicated racing development team Kylotonn Games and publisher Strategy First, launches FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. The game is now available at retail for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North and South America for $49.99. Smash, burn and bring the mayhem competitively in both online and offline multiplayer races in the latest rendition of the FlatOut franchise, FlatOut 4: Total Insanity. With the games’ illustrious nitro boosts, players can dominate the race course, while violently ramming … Continue reading Destruction Derby Style Racing Returns in Flatout 4: Total Insanity
Although it began life as an educational tool, Making History: The Calm & The Storm eventually became a rewarding game that looks at why the war happened.
Penumbra: Overture could be one of the scariest games ever created. We guarantee it will give you a fright whenever you feel brave enough to enter.
Iron Warriors lets you drive the fearsome but dated Russian T-72 tank. In a way, the tank is a bit like the simulation itself.
Although with mixed results, its nice to see someone trying to improve on the old Jagged Alliance franchise. Come see what Brigade E5 is all about.
Cuban Missile Crisis starts strong with a great "what if" question assuming the world nuked itself in 1960. Unfortunately, it falls flat on the execution.
Vendetta Online is a perfect escape for those of you who are tired of medieval massively multiplayer online games.
Cops 2170 has quite a few painful flaws which conspire to forever lock this game away in the "probably don’t want to play" file.
The Commandos game pretty much set the standard in small-quad RTS games. Armed with only three or four soldiers per mission, you were tasked with defeating, or avoiding, a hoard of enemies during a variety of missions. The problem with Commandos was that it was just too hard to play. You shoot someone and you lose. The alarm goes off and you lose. Someone sees you and you lose. You step just one foot out of line and yep, you guessed it, you lose. Robin Hood takes players back to a simpler time, when breaking into a castle did not … Continue reading Sherwood is a Sure Thing