2K Marin’s XCOM has gone through several mutations since its initial E3 announcement years ago, going from a tough-as-nails FPS to a tactical third-person shooter.
As I groused previously in my review for the Scorpion DLC for Injustice: Gods Among Us, DC Comics has close to a century and hundreds, if not thousands, of possible characters t
Mel Gibson seems to get into trouble whenever he gets behind the wheel (out-of-date topical zinger!), but that won’t stop Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Avalanche Studios from bringing Mad Max back for a new game due in 2014.
The cinematic trailers for Techland’s Dead Island series have been some pretty startling affairs (the first one practically made me crawl into a bottle), and it looks like they’re continuing the trend with the first trailer for their upcoming Dying Light.
The back cover of Deadly Premonition Director’s Cut for the Playstation 3 declares that the original Xbox version was “the most critically polarizing game of recent times.” They aren’t kidding: reviews on Metacritic range from a perfect 100 score to a barrel-scraping 20, with a slew of scores in between.
Injustice: Gods Among Us shares Mortal Kombat DNA in more ways than just its fighting mechanics.
Techland has made their mark on horror gaming with the Dead Island duo, and they look to keep their streak going with the upcoming Dying Light, set to be published by WB Games in 2014 according to a press release issued today.
One of these days I’m going to rub the back of my neck, and I’ll finally feel that implant that the gaming industry has managed to sneak onto my body during one of the alcohol-induced benders of my youth.
Injustice: Gods Among Us asks a truly terrifying question: what if Superman gets pushed past his limits, past his capacity for compassion? What would finally make the Man of Steel snap?
2007’s Bioshock was a once-in-a-lifetime title, a game that revitalized the long-stagnant FPS genre with deeper mechanics and one of the most compelling and original stories ever coded.