Somehow it seems to me that Space is making a big return to PC Games. Sure we always had some games at the side, and let’s not forget Triple-A titles like Mass Effect and Dead Space, but now they spring up like rabbits in a field of carrots.
It turns out that we here at Pixel Judge weren’t the only ones planning a graphical overhaul! Guess what – folks at GOG.com decided to revamp it, adding new features and improving the visuals. Let us have a little walk through the new GOG site!
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.
And so we come to the penultimate episode of this tale. It’s been a heart breaking journey, with each hardship merely promising worse to come. Yet, amid the desolation and barbarity, we still find fleeting, precious moments of peace, of hope...