Before we delve into this review proper let’s clear something up; G4me Zero is a stupid name for any product, and from now on for the ease of typing I’ll just be referring to them as Game Zero. This headset comes from Sennheiser gaming range, offering stereo sound with […]
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The first thing I did when offered review code for Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds was begin researching what Phantom Breaker actually was using the magical powers of Google. As it turns out Phantom Breaker is a Japanese fighter released back in 2011 which doesn’t seem to have ever made it to our shores in anything other than import form. It’s a little strange that this spin-off has arrived before its own parent, but then the world can be odd like that. What’s odder is that Battlegrounds, which takes the shape of a side-scrolling brawler, actually arrived on Xbox Live Arcade back in February of 2013 and Vita a few months and has only now just gotten to PC.
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Camel 101 Publisher: Kasedo Games Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No From the outside Mechs & Mercs has a lot in common with the fantastic XCOM: Enemy Unknown, featuring permanent death and promising strategic gameplay, all while being in control of a company […]
Platforms: PC, PS4, Vita, 3DS, WiiU Reviewed On: PC Developer: Eden Industries Publisher: Atlus Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No You’ll be taking on the role of Vice President of Earth, a charming yet none-too-bright bloke who managed to somehow get into office the day before the game’s events take […]
Firaxis have just announced a new turn-based Sid Meier game set in the same universe as Civilization: Beyond Earth titled Sid Meier’s Starships. It will arrive later early this year on PC, iOS and Mac in early 2015 “When designing Starships, I was intrigued by the idea of […]
Though we’ve known that Creative Assembly and Sega have been working on something involving the Warhammer license since 2012, when they signed a deal to create several titles based in the universe, it’s still nice to get some extra confirmation. A Total War Center.net user going by the […]
Rockstar have announced what sort of hardware you’ll need to have to run the upcoming PC version of GTA V, and the minimum specs are pleasingly light, so even if you have an old system you should be able to run it. The PC version of the game […]