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

Twentyoz Podcast #5 Killing Floor 2 Q&A With TWI’s John Gibson

On our 5th podcast Christian and I spend some time with John Gibson the CEO and President of Tripwire Interactive. TWI is the developer of Killing Floor and it’s sequel Killing Floor 2. John talks with us about some of the community concerns surrounding their first console release in relation to it’s core PC game. More information regarding this topic and the game. Developer Website: Tripwire Interactive Tripwire forum thread: Lets talk about PS4 and … 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

Where Is My Game Now ? Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

I have been a Call of Duty player since the beginning of the series and have held on as long as I can. It’s so sad when you really want to make a gaming purchase but the weight of the flaws and the lack of confidence in the developer and publisher prevent you from buying. Sad really is the word that describes my feeling best when a COD follow up game misses the mark more … Read More

An Old Friend. My Keyboard.

An Old Friend My Keyboard.   Thomas Fuller said “If you have one true friend you have more than your share” and I mostly agree that if a person finds just one dependable friend in life then that individual is a very lucky person. If one were to apply that adage to a PC Gamer’s input device I feel pretty confident that many of us have found that one very dependable friend over the years. … Read More