Asterigos: Curse of the Stars is yet another game in a long line of games that wants to liken itself to the “souls” genre despite actually having very little in common with From Software’s desire to beat people into submission. Aside from a lack of a map and losing some resources when you die, Asterigos has nothing to do with Dark Souls or its ilk, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking in good qualities. While it might not offer anything new or groundbreaking there is a solidly designed action-RPG here that offers a lot of content for a relatively low price, and for the right person that’s going to be a killer deal.
NOTE: This piece contains foul language. You have been warned, mortal. It seems that Deep Silver are pretty pleased with Metro: Last Light, which the company described to Joystiq as a “positive experience” during a fairly recent interview. And indeed they’re intending on continuing the series, which […]
The art of speedruns in games is a time honored tradition that’s bean around since videogames began. Those who compete to finish the game in the quickest time are a stange but highly respect bunch of….err, nutters. But the concept of doing a speedrun on Dark Souls is […]
A massive amount of fans are looking forward to Dark Souls, the spirtual succesor to Demon Souls, which will be hitting UK shops on October 7th, but those lucky people over in Japan will be getting the game today. However, for those that managed to get the game […]