It wasn’t long ago that I recall Square Enix saying that Tomb Raider’s sales were disappointing. Flash forward a year and suddenly Tomb Raider’s 2013 reboot seems to be kicking butt and taking names, racking up a cool 6 million sales.
We've seen a few screenshots of what Enemy Front is deemed to be like, but we don't know all of the backstory leading up to it or amidst. In the latest trailer, is a gruesome end to some unfortunate Warsaw residents at the hand of their Nazi capturers.
Keeping with the last couple Batman: Arkham games’ pattern, Rocksteady’s return to the franchise: Batman: Arkham Knight, is slated to release on October 14th 2014 as stated by this leaked GameStop ad and this not-so-leaked Steam store page.
It’s a tower, a massive tower, filled with nasty guns (as the name implies) and other things that will kill you. Unless you put it on endless mode, you have one goal - to reach the top. You get a gun, a perk, and you collect power-ups as you go.
Men of War is a beloved RTS franchise with many concepts that have been crafted almost perfectly. Almost. That little word entails a very important part of the idea; certain gameplay concepts have always been flawed to a certain degree.
Let’s start out by saying that rhythm games are so far out of my forte it’s not even funny. To the extent, in fact, that I generally avoid them like the plague. However, it has to be said, Melody’s Escape caught my eye. Something about it was...different.
The original Thief trilogy holds a place in many a stealth gamer’s heart. Not without reason, but because the games offered impressive freedom of play, some solid stealth mechanics never seen before, and an overall atmosphere to die for.