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Traversing the Zone – Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden review
I have long since been a fan of tactical shooters, which is precisely why I booted up Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden with a feeling of excited anticipation. I grew quite fond of the two main leads within minutes of starting the campaign, and as I began my journey back to the Ark, I was thrust into a twisted, grotesque world with a truly exceptional atmosphere.
Breaking free from the daily grind — VIECC 2018
Whenever the time comes to visit the Vienna Comic Con, our trip is always preceded by a lengthy period of waiting and constant preparations – as such, when me and my small party made our way to the event in the chilly, soon-to-be-wintry weather, I kept wondering exactly what sort of experiences I’ll be having this time, and whether or not the event will manage to live up to our expectations.
Unavowed – The league of extraordinary ladies and gentlemen – Review
Unavowed, despite borrowing the interface and general look of classic point & click adventures, tweaks and enhances the formula with various additions and features that make it feel a bit more like an RPG, particularly of the BioWare kind.
Vampyr – Dull and defanged – Review
One of Vampyr’s chief selling points is the moral dilemma it presents: having become a vampiric physician, Jonathan must balance his need to feed and kill with his adherence to the Hippocratic Oath. Naturally, this would lead to all sorts of difficult decisions for the player...
A Gamble for Survival – Frostpunk
Anyone that had ever attempted to imagine what an apocalyptic ice age could contribute to humanity will likely come to the same conclusion as 11 bit studios – “nothing good”.
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Obsidian announces first-person sci-fi RPG The Outer WorldsGare – Friday, December 7, 2018 6:26 PM

Obsidian announces first-person sci-fi RPG The Outer WorldsFor old-time fans of roleplaying games, likely one of the most exciting moments of this year’s Game Awards was when Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky of Obsidian Entertainment took to the stage to announce their upcoming new project.

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition gets free trial period this monthGare – Friday, December 7, 2018 5:07 PM

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition gets free trial period this monthIn celebration of the upcoming Capcom Cup 2018, Capcom has announced that it’s going to be holding a free trial period for Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition on both PlayStation 4 and Steam.

Development on Unreal Tournament halted, Epic Games confirmsGare – Wednesday, December 5, 2018 5:28 PM

Development on Unreal Tournament halted, Epic Games confirmsThe latest installment in the Unreal Tournament franchise is no longer being developed.

Epic Games planning to open its own game store to compete with SteamGare – Wednesday, December 5, 2018 5:12 PM

Epic Games planning to open its own game store to compete with SteamEpic Games has announced its own game store called the Epic Games Store, hoping to offer developers a better deal compared to Steam.

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries gets September 2019 release date and new trailerGare – Monday, December 3, 2018 3:18 PM

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries gets September 2019 release date and new trailerAfter being delayed in June of this year, Piranha Games’ MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries has finally received a specific release date, so if you’re looking to stomp around in huge robots with a few potential friends at your side, September 10, 2019 is the date you need to mark in your calendar.

Traversing the Zone – Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden reviewDracolich – Friday, December 7, 2018 10:08 PM

Traversing the Zone – Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden reviewI have long since been a fan of tactical shooters, which is precisely why I booted up Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden with a feeling of excited anticipation. I grew quite fond of the two main leads within minutes of starting the campaign, and as I began my journey back to the Ark, I was thrust into a twisted, grotesque world with a truly exceptional atmosphere.

Outlast 2 – And I ran, I ran so far away – ReviewGare – Thursday, October 18, 2018 1:11 PM

Outlast 2 – And I ran, I ran so far away – ReviewOutlast 2’s basic setup is very much similar to its predecessor’s – you have a camera with night vision and no way to fight back against the horde of crazies chasing you, so you’ll basically have to run and hide all the time.

Lamplight City – A detective I was meant to be – ReviewGare – Thursday, September 13, 2018 6:02 AM

Lamplight City – A detective I was meant to be – ReviewSet in an alternate 1844 with steam-based technology on the rise, Lamplight City puts you in the shoes of Miles Fordham, a private investigator going through some tough times following the unfortunate death of his partner, Bill – someone whose voice he still continues to hear in his head, strangely enough.

Unavowed – The league of extraordinary ladies and gentlemen – ReviewGare – Wednesday, August 8, 2018 3:01 PM

Unavowed – The league of extraordinary ladies and gentlemen – ReviewUnavowed, despite borrowing the interface and general look of classic point & click adventures, tweaks and enhances the formula with various additions and features that make it feel a bit more like an RPG, particularly of the BioWare kind.

Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition – An incomplete road trip – ReviewGare – Thursday, July 19, 2018 2:16 PM

Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition – An incomplete road trip – ReviewFinal Fantasy XV starts off with Prince Noctis on his way to marry a woman called Lunafreya, who also happens to be his childhood friend. Needless to say, not everything goes according to plan, and the game does start out in a really promising way…