The world’s foremost socially distancing testicle surgeon is back to ensure there will never be any Nazi offspring. Yes, it’s Sniper Elite 5, a double-A series that has, over the years, somehow managed to sneak its way into my heart. Although they may be janky, there’s a charm and sense of fun to the Sniper Elite series that makes it hugely endearing. And having absorbed even more of the Hitman vibe, Sniper Elite 5 is, in many ways, the best one yet. But there are a few badly aimed shots, too. So grab a rifle, zero in the scope, take a deep breath and….grab a cup of coffee. And put the rifle back down, you’ll take someone’s testicles out with that thing. Yeesh.
Over the last few years, we’ve seen a bunch of old games being brought back, like how Streets of Rage 4 resurrected a long-dormant franchise or how Crash Bandicoot 4 brought back an iconic character. Now it’s the turn of Evil Genius, a strategy game from 2004 that had you taking control of a Dr Evil style villain and carving out a lair in which you could plot the downfall of the world. The critical reception was fairly middling but the game earned itself something of a cult status. Now, after years of careful plotting and planning, Rebellion has given us the sequel that the original game so deeply deserved.
Sniper Elite III was a wonderfully pleasant surprise for me. Having never played the prior two games I leapt into the series and was soon shooting Nazis in the testicles with terrifying accuracy. It was rough around the edges, yet somehow incredibly good fun. I’ve been rather looking forward to this sequel, then. Aside from decimating more groins, what does Sniper Elite 4 have to offer?
Platforms: Xbox One, PC, PS4 Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Rebellion Publisher: Rebellion Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: 2-4 player co-op If you don’t know what the Sniper Elite series is then it’s a budget franchise now on its third entry focusing on third-person sniping action. While the latest title, […]
Having already been accidentally leaked a few weeks back, EA have now officially announced the next piece of DLC for Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer, which will be absolutely free to download! Titled the Rebellion pack and releasing on May 29th in North America and May 30th in Europe, it’s adding […]
From the moment Bioware announced multiplayer for Mass Effect 3 almost everyone knew that multiplayer DLC would be all but inevitable. Still, given the fact that Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer has gone down extremely well with fans, multiplayer DLC is likely to go down rather well. So as luck would […]
Release Date: Out now in the US. Out February 3rd in the UK. Developer: Rebellion Publisher: Konami Singleplayer: Yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: Yes 1-4 players PEGI: 18+ (Thanks to Konami for providing a copy of NeverDead for review) Y’know, over the years I sort of […]
How many of yo want Aliens vs Predator? alright steady on…. Here’s close to 10 minutes of Alien gameplay: and now for 5 minutes of Marine gameplay:
We start today’s new’s with no less than 7 AvP multiplayer video’s, these are all taken at MLG 2010 and are all shot on camcorder so the footage is not the greatest, however it does show off the multiplayer very well. As you can see very few people […]