Tag: gaming

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review – The Old Dog Has Learned New Tricks.

Last years Call of Duty: Ghosts was a low point for the series with a dull campaign and multiplayer that ignored the efforts of Treyarch’s Black Ops II to move the franchise forward. This has left newcomer Sledgehammer Games with the task of cleaning up the mess, and to a large degree they’ve done just so, and in the process painted Infinity Ward, the developer responsible for making Call of Duty a household name, as the weakest of the three teams now tasked with working on the series.

Spacebase DF-9 Review – Build Your Own Deep Space Nine, Minus Quark

Though you won’t read about it on the big websites Spacebase’s developer Double Fine has courted controversy with this new game. Having originally been funded on Kickstarter Spacebase DF-9 has angered many of its backers who feel development has been sporadic and short, equating to what is said to be hasty launch and a product that doesn’t have many of the promised features.

Door Kickers Review – Because That Door Said Something About Your Mum

When one thinks of puzzles and conundrums things like crosswords, point and click adventure games and actual puzzles come to mind. You probably wouldn’t associate it with blood, gore, guns and criminals being taken out, but that’s exactly what Door Kickers is: a top-down game in which you plan in detail how to take down the targets, rescue the hostage and save the day. Every level is a puzzle, and the blood and guns just a happy side effect.