Imagine an antiques store filled with interesting objects, each of which has its own tale to tell that will effect the outcome of the narrative. For a point and click adventure it sounds brilliant, and the promise of an adventure meant to be replayed over and over with different choices is an equally exciting prospect.
Want to run The Crew on PC rather than console? You should have a Nvidia GPU then! Or at least that’s the gist of the latest trailer for the game which shows off the exclusive Nvidia graphical option. Yes, while the console wars rage on let’s not forget […]
Star Wars: Battlefront To Launch in 2015 Along With Battlefield: Hardline, Battlefield 5 To Arrive in 2016
Ea have had a busy day. During an investor call today EA revealed that the new Star Wars: Battlefront game from DICE will be releasing in time for Christmas 2015. They followed up with an official announcement via Twitter: May the Force be with you: Star Wars Battlefront […]
For understandable reasons Assassin’s Creed: Unity is hogging most of the spotlight, but Ubisoft are due to release Assassin’s Creed: Rogue at the same time, and while it may not look as good its narrative seems compelling. The newly release story trailer gives us an idea of why […]
The Assassin’s Creed: Unity character trailer gives us a glimpse into the people we’ll be encountering within the full game, including one Napeleon Bonaparte. Most importantly the trailer lets us see a tad more of Arno, who shares quite a bit in common with a certain Ezio Auditore, […]
November is a big month for Ubisoft: not only do they have two Assassin’s Creed games arriving but they’ve also got Far Cry 4 hitting store shelves. To celebrate the imminent launch here’s the Survive Kryat trailer. Sadly I never did review Far Cry 3, but those with […]
There’s a single Orc that has proven to be a thorn in my side. His name is Nazdug, but that has faded into memory in favor of his title: the Prowler. We’ve met several times before, and each of those times I’ve been forced to either retreat, a fact that he loves to remind me of, or I’ve been defeated by him and his forces. To say that it has become a personal vendetta is something of an understatement. I hate him. I hate that he’s beaten me. Yet I respect him, too, as an adversary, Through spilling my blood he has risen through the ranks, becoming a powerful and dangerous Captain feared by everyone. Still, eventually I managed to slay him, an arrow through the eye bringing his existence to an end. Or so I thought. It wasn’t long before I discovered he had somehow survived, a metal mask now covering the eye that I pierced. His arrival during my fight with a Warchief cost me a victory.
CD Projekt Red have released the opening cinematic for their upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, showing a certain Geralt hunting for his beloved Yennefer. It’s not quite as spectacular as the awesome intro cinematic for the Witcher 2, but it’s still pretty damn good in its own […]
In just a few short weeks the next entry in the most popular yet Internet-reviled FPS series is due to arrive, and thus Activision have released the official launch trailer. I’ve played every Call of Duty title to date, and have enjoyed them all to one degree or […]
The stealth genre has seen a magnificent resurgence over the past few years, but has also seen a shift in gameplay style, often pitching the player as a powerful predator who can annihilate foes if discovered, a hunter who doesn’t even need to hide, in truth. Styx: Master of Shadows, though, is a throwback, placing you in the shows of a character who is dangerous, but fragile and must always remain in the shadows.