Far Cry 3 was an amazing game. Traversing the stunning tropical world of Rook Island, hunting animals and taking down militias…it was quite something. Based on our brief time with Far Cry 4, it’s more of the same: and that’s a very good thing.
Dream is certainly an interesting game. As the name suggests, it takes place inside someone’s dream – specifically, that of a university graduate. As he goes to sleep, you enter his subconscious and roam around. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that …
To say that people are hyped for Evolve would be an understatement. The game regularly attracts queues of several hours at expos, and it was with this knowledge that I headed straight to the game’s booth when doors opened at …
The Lord of the Rings is popular. Very, very popular. There is also a strong overlap between those who like LotR, and those who play video games. So it’s quite strange that there has yet to be a good game …
Bungie’s Destiny is an ambitious game. Retaining the atmospheric sci-fi feel of their Halo series, the team is trying to redefine gaming for the new generation. Mixing together open world, MMO-style gameplay, deep story-based dungeons, seamless four player co-op and competitive multiplayer, it would be awfully easy for Destiny to collapse under its own weight. It’s impressive, then, that it doesn’t. In fact, based on our weekend with the alpha, Destiny could be one of the best games this year.
It’s a bold statement for any company to make that they will fundamentally change how you play video games. Yet that is just what gamer Clif Chambliss AKA @8bitBass is claiming with his company’s new product: The GlomTom. Some may know Clif as his podcasting and blogging handle 8bitBass from over the years. He developed the GlomTom as a passion and dream to bring a revolutionary new product to his gamer peers from around the world.
With games like Little Big Planet, Media Molecule have a track record of producing charming and fun platformers for the PS3. Tearaway is their first game for PS Vita, and so the question arises of whether this is as good as previous games. We got some hands-on time with the game, and we’ve say that it most certainly is.
You’ve heard our thoughts on the Xbox One, but what about the launch games? Fear not: we got our hands on them at the recent Eurogamer Expo, and you can check out our previews right here.
The Xbox One will be upon us in under a month, and thus it’s time you found out whether it’s worth your hard earned cash. We got some hands on time with the Xbox One and some launch titles at the recent Eurogamer Expo: here’s what we thought.