No, it’s not The Evil Within DLC. In fact, Darkness Within came sometime before, originally it was released for PC in 2007. Now it’s back with a new lick of paint on the Steam store, here. The Lovecraftian, point-and-click, horror game centres around poli
Interstellar Marines is a game I have a real bee in my bonnet about right now, and with damned good reason. It is genuinely one of the most atmospheric and, yes, visceral (I know that's an overused pseudo-intellectual term, sue me) experiences available.
The only way you could possibly NOT know that Killing Floor 2 will have a grotesque and gratuitous gore system, is if you didn't see last month's developer diary video from developer Tripwire Interactive.
Let's recognise the elephant in the room: Mordheim is basically XCOM: Enemy Unknown with an over-the-shoulder perspective. This isn't a bad thing. That combat system is excellent, and the addition of a larger variety of units, movement actions, and combat
MMOs are hardly a new thing in the gaming world. New ones seem to pop up, mostly of the free to play model, on a daily basis. Covering such, ahem, diverse settings as high fantasy, sci-fi, sci-fantasy and...yeah, that’s pretty much it.
Take Pokémon, replace Red with the lord of evil Diablo, and the game you've made is Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms. If you're at all curious how that would turn out, you need Shadows in your life, and if not, look into it anyways, because the game is a criminally...