The concept of an asymmetrical multiplayer is still an amazingly wonderful concept. There are a lot of successful games out there like Left for Dead. But there are just as many, maybe more less than average games. Fable Legens for example. Dead by Daylight has every promise to be that game that points towards greatness.
In light of the soon release of the new Dragon Age, I have been playing Dragon Age origins. The one where it all started. Ah yes, Dragon Age Origins, or the movie with that game running through it…. yeah I know a bit mean but you do get thousands of cut scenes in the first
Those of you who follow me around know that I have a passion for the game called Neverwinter Online. Brought to you by Arc Games. Now I am very sad to find out so many of you don’t know the game. They know the regular pc versions. But never heard of the online MMO.
Well this is one of those games that stayed with me for a while. Oblivion, it came out in 2005 and brought on the start of a new era in gaming in my opinion. But wait, Oblivion wasn’t the first Elder Scrolls… Was it? No it wasn’t much like most other games these days it
So not too long ago I got introduced through a friend to League of Legends. For me it was a new concept at the time, strategy combined with RPG elements, level up your character but work together. It can be quite frustrating if team members don’t tag along with the main plan, or when some
Past days I have been keeping myself busy playing Wolverine Origins. The first thing to stick out about the game?? The story line. But I am getting head of myself here, let’s see what it is about first. Well you start out in the future where people are hunting down Wolverine in a cut scene.
Lately I have been noticing a large come back of old games being published in HD, I am not sure which one kind of started the whole idea of doing this but it sure is fun to see some old titles make a come back, and see a new generation be all extatic about it.
For this post I wanted to keep it a bit personal. So I have been digging to my games and found some games I used to play a lot, and loved. But in my opinion didn’t get the attention they deserved. I am not fully sure if they did, but some I never heard about, or
Here is a small game review! Deadpool.. oh yes I had been psyched for this game since the moment they announced it. If we were to class the game, I would say Deadpool is your Action beat em up game with upgrade possibilities. Within the game you can upgrade Deadpool, his weapons and ammo as
I have been asking this question around. What do you like best. A disk, or the digital copy. The more answers I read the more I came to realize just how personal this question really is. Not two people were thinking the same about it, and all their reasons were based purely on their own