Why Dying Light 2 is not just another zombie shooter
The night is dark and full of horror - a saying not only true for Game of Thrones but also Dying Light, a horror-action game released by Techland in 2015.
Is Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 worth playing?
Although the Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines game released in 2004 was barely playable, many consider it to be one of the best role-playing games ever to be published.
Is PES 2020 better than FIFA 20?
Fans have known it for a long time: Konami's eFootball PES 2020 features great playability, grandiose ball physics and profound tactical possibilities.
Will Need for Speed Heat save the franchise?
Publisher Electronic Arts has announced the upcoming part of the traditional racing game series Need for Speed, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Is Age of Wonders: Planetfall the better Civilization?
Age of Wonders does not only leave its well-known path with the latest part of the franchise but also its entire planet and genre, plunging into the infinite vastness of space.
Oxygen Not Included: Lost in Space
Cuddly clones in an uncompromising world full of physics: Meet Oxygen Not Included, where you attempt to build and manage a self-sustaining colony inside an asteroid.
Vampire Bloodlines 2: Will you fight or talk?
Be honest: Did you ever think that a sequel to Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines would be released? Well, the developer Hardsuit Labs from Seattle has presented first excerpts from the second part of the vampire role-playing game at E3 2019.
At first sight, the appearance of the pre-alpha version of Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 looks very pleasing.
Discover what loneliness feels like in Sea of Solitude
Video games rarely treat profound emotional issues, as feelings don't match too well with the noise of big battles, impressive hero stories or rescuing the world.
Remedy Games go supernatural: a Control review
In the morning, you go to work as usual and suddenly find yourself in the midst of a supernatural action thriller - that's what's happening to the protagonist of Control, the latest game by Remedy Entertainment.
A Plague Tale: Innocence - The surprise of 2019?
The rather unknown French development team Asobo Studio has provided us with a surprise hit this year, called A Plague Tale: Innocence. In a nutshell, players control the fate of a young sibling couple in the Middle Ages, while the focus is on the horrors of the plague, the inquisition and persecution instead of sword fuels and violence.
Rage 2: 5 reasons you should play
Shoot fast, keep moving, just don't get hit and drive your car through a post-apocalyptic landscape to find the next place where you can shoot even faster - The original Rage was released in 2011 and was meant to be something like a new beginning for id Software.
Previewed: Fate/Extella Link
Gamers know that games, gaming technology and the industry they support have much to do with control. We have known this to be true ever since someone lost the first game of Pong.
RIOT: Civil Unrest - Reason for rebellion?
At dawn, police will advance into a valley in the Italian mountains with crew vans. They want to clear the campsite that is blocking the construction of a high-speed railway line.
Reviewed: Graveyard Keeper
Created by Lazy Bear Games and published by tinyBuild, Graveyard Keeper is a seemingly simple Stardew Valley-esque game, that, deep down, is hiding some dark secrets.
Reviewed: Islands of Nyne
A relatively new player has joined the Battle Royale playing field, and it is none over than Islands of Nyne. While employing a science-fiction setting supported by fast-paced gameplay, the game has a real chance of becoming one of the most popular Battle Royale shooters out there.Although the game offers some backstory to it, besides the tooltip on the loading screen speaking of Recruiters hauling Earth’s famous buildings (like the Colosseum) to the Dome, the player is not given much information - perhaps due to the game still being in early development stages.
Gravity Rush Remastered, originally developed for PS Vita and ported to PS4 is a third-person action game, with heavy platformer influence.As a player, you take control over a Gravitor named Kat, who has lost her memories.