Ah yes, we got'em! Revel at these beauties! From magnificent concept art images that could've been paintings hung up on walls, to action-heavy screenshots, these will make a lovely uprade to your gray and boring desktop wallpaper gallery.
The last DLC for Battlefield 4 is approaching and EA’s marketing is going into high gear as well. As usual, Final Stand brings four new maps: Operation Whiteout, Hammerhead, Giants of Karelia and Hangar 21.
With the question of ethical interactions between industry professionals and video game journalists at the forefront of many people's minds at present, we have news of an industry professional exposed in an abuse of their position.
While Overkill Software's Payday 2 is a pretty rad game, the marketing slogan "Heist simulator" isn't exactly very apt. In essence, Payday 2 is little more than a shooter that happens to take place in banks.
As much as I loved FTL: Faster Than Light, I was never a big fan of roguelikes - and roguelike-likes. While the game let you be captain of your own ship, assigning crewmates to various posts, fending off space pirates and rebels.
Coming from Larian Studios’ successful Kickstarter Campaign, Divinity: Original Sin aims to be a modern take on old school CRPG. When they originally launched their campaign, Larian promised strategic, turn-based combat, an immersive, decision based world...
The Metro games, now arguably numbering enough to be called a series, are generally accepted as some of the best, most atmospheric games in the first person shooter genre. Hell, in any genre. The first was not without its problems, there’s no denying that.
To sleep, perchance to dream. But when the warlock dreams, the effects on the world at large are more like a nightmare. Born from this, amidst the backdrop of 19th century France, heroes arise, born from a dream, to break the cycle.
Gamers have always been split when it comes to the games developed by Piranha Bytes. Some hate them for the bugs, extreme difficulty level, clunky combat and abysmal voicework, while others applaud the atmosphere and the “no handholding” policy.