How is the Merc with a Mouth’s first video game shaping up?
James cowers like a baby in the online battlefields of the latest Red Orchestra.
With only a month to wait until the worldwide release, all that remains is to get our hands on the finished product and face the full horror of The Last of Us alongside Ellie and Joel.
DONTNOT are most definitely not playing it safe, as we discover upon playing the first few levels.
Diggs Nightcrawler – like Book of Spells before it – is most definitely aimed at a younger audience.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is a genuinly fun game to play and I, for one, can’t wait to get my hands on the final version of the game later this month.
GRID 2 makes me feel as if I’m driving a big, expensive, violent car – and it is magnificent.
We go hands-on with the real-time strategy elements of Ambient Studio’s game.
Eutechnyx are using this extensive beta period to get feedback from the community, and to hear them out. So you should pop on over to the game, register and tell them what you want them to do.
The gameplay shifts aren’t about flamboyant attacking football and wonder strikes, the changes that have been made are all about build-up play and midfield wars.
The combat system alone has enough complexity to keep people interested, and though the story leaves much to be desired, it’s clear that this isn’t the focus of the game.
It’s hard to shake the feeling that there is just enough unique about Company of Heroes’ fast paced gameplay to fill a niche in the rapidly growing RTS genre.
Capcom are billing Revelations HD as the Resident Evil that people really wanted, and after spending some time with the game, it’s easy to see why.
Together with Adam and Benjamin, I headed to the island of Palanai, equipped myself with whatever pieces of pseudo-weaponry I could find and started bashing zombie/walker heads in.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes appears to be more of the same, but its target audience won’t care because, no matter how many LEGO games they have played, they’ll still be having fun.