A look into Killing Floor 2’s Co-op

The Call: Survival In The New Domain A Journey into Killing Floor 2’s Co-op          The night sky is no longer dark. Instead, looking out of the window, What should have been a cloudy, dark night had long since become orange, with the lights of a thousand burning embers rising up into the sky, singing their song of chaos that had been ripped from the once peaceful streets of Paris. The wind … Read More

Visceral Reminds DICE How To Battlefield!

  The latest offering in the Battlefield franchise is here and it is brought to us by Visceral Games. Leading up to Hardline, fans were worried they would merely reskin Battlefield 4 and create essentially what amounts to nothing more than a full priced expansion pack. And judging by the initial E3 beta it was looking like we were right. Setting aside the fact that it was a beta, the game was plagued by many … Read More

This War of Mine Review

When I read through game reviews, or even write my own, I often times differ in relation to popular opinion. Its easy to form your opinion about the game, based on the individual look at the visuals, audio, game play and so on. This time, I took a few days after playing through this game, and I found myself in a weird state of mind, where I was simply not sure of what to say … Read More

Dragon Age : Inquisition

Prologue Before taking it upon myself to review the 3rd release in the Bioware’s Dragon Age series,  “Inquisition”, I made a decision that I will first finish the game. After a few days of gameplay I thought, with just a spark of hope burning inside of me, that the game would be more then just good. As the hours went by and the days passed that little spark had grown into a burning flame, which … Read More

Murder in the Town of Salem

At first glance Town of Salem by BlankMediaGames seems like any other social media game. It’s got cute characters and quirky avatar content. However, beneath the cuddly facade is a game that is fueled by human hysteria and mob mentality. The whole premise is that you’re in a fictional town with 29 unique player roles selected for the players at random, with different alignments, Mafia, townsfolk, serial killers, arsonists and neutrals. Each game there are … Read More

Planescape Torment: A Retro Review

Back when I was a kid, I used to look at games very differently: they weren’t just fun experiences or a means of escaping daily troubles, but rather they were gateways to different worlds. I was discovering something new, something greater, something beyond all this. As time went by, however, fewer and fewer games would get me into that state of mind. But recently I rediscovered it through a game that, coincidentally, has a lot … Read More

Assassin’s Creed Unity: Liberty was only a Pretext

To start things off, I will first admit that I only started playing the Assassin’s Creed series on the 4th one, Black Flag. Who can resist the lure of playing pirates for goodness sake. That being said, as it was only next generation in the sense that it was still designed with the older generation in mind, I was expecting quite a lot from Ubisoft. I enjoyed Black Flag and Watch_Dogs, and am actually thinking … Read More

Heroes of the Storm, a -very- playable Alpha

One would think that the MOBA genre is quite over saturated. You`ve got Dota, LoL, HoN, Smite and probably a dozen more similar games out there, competing in the same Arena. At least that is what I thought, and it seems I was wrong. Blizzard, one of the massive game development companies, known mostly for their Warcraft and Starcraft series, decided to push into the market, by bringing us “Heroes of the Storm”. So far the … Read More

Demigod – What Could Have Been

A few years ago, MOBAs were just beginning to surface as actual games.  Defense of the Ancients: Allstars, the Warcraft III expansion custom multiplayer map had elevated the concept to a large enough playerbase to support an entirely new genre. At that time, quite a few started to spring out of seemingly nowhere, from Heroes of Newerth, to League of Legends, to DotA2.  The overall feel of each new MOBA was largely the same, however, … Read More

Review: The Evil Within

  The survival horror genre has arguably had a rocky road thus far. Going from Resident Evil on PlayStation to Resident Evil 6 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Comparing those 2 specific offerings shows more than a few steps away from survival horror and towards 3rd person action shooters. Now that’s not to say every IP in the genre has followed suit. Some, such as Amnesia, have continued to offer pure horror experiences but … Read More