The first time I saw footage of Agony, I was on YouTube looking for a new horror game to play. I noticed this game I had never heard of, and indulging my love for the genre, of course I had to check it out. The next ten minutes may have been one of the most disturbing gameplay demos I’ve ever seen. Walls and floors made of flesh and bone, and lost souls constantly groaning in the background. I loved every minute of it.
Indie studio, Mortiga’s first venture is an action-MOBA called Gigantic that might change your perception of free-to-play games.
As we begin to gear up for the holiday season of video game releases, all eyes are on Nintendo and the upcoming release of Super Mario Odyssey.
From July 21st to 25th Bungie hosted an open beta for Destiny 2, allowing everyone to go hands on with one of 2017’s most anticipated games. While I had a good time playing through the brief campaign mission, the vanguard strike, and some of the multiplayer, when everything was said and done I was not totally blown away. I even found myself wondering if I was just playing another add-on for the original Destiny.
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier had potential. I think most fans can at least (begrudgingly) admit that. But in many ways, the game was doomed from the start.
Last week in a quiet announcement developer, Ubisoft, pulled a bait and switch on players of Rainbow Six Siege. With gamers expecting the release of new operators and a new map, when a very different announcement appeared the community was not too pleased.
Written by Andrew Busch // Edited by Drew Beyer // Header Image courtesy of Activision In the last couple of years the first-person shooter market seems to have been oversaturated with hyper-futuristic games that emphasize high mobility and utterly ridiculous weaponry. The Call of Duty series has certainly taken this direction of future war to heart, pumping out title after […]
First Time Long Time is about making the effort and experiencing some of these classics that might have slipped us by and seeing how they hold up so many years after their initial release. This week it’s time to talk about ActRaiser!
Written by Dyllan Rodrigues-Miller // Edited by Drew Beyer // Header Image courtesy of Hinterland Games A few months ago, my boyfriend and I were sitting on our couch, browsing through various games available on his Xbox One. We were discussing our preferences, weighing our options, and generally coming up empty… until we stumbled across something intriguing. It was titled […]
Written by Andrew Busch // Edited by Drew Beyer // Header Image courtesy of Blue Hole The wind whistles past my character as I skydive toward a small cluster of houses in the middle of a giant grassy island. Right as I near the ground my character pulls the rip chord and my parachute deploys. My dive this round is […]
Here are all the games the Game FES staff is playing this weekend (4/8/17). What are you playing? What are your thoughts on these games?
Written by Dyllan Rodrigues-Miller // Uploaded and edited by Drew Beyer // Cover image courtesy of Playstation.com, doctored by Drew Beyer (Editor’s note: the following contains major spoilers for The Witness along with strong language. You’ve been warned.) Dear The Witness, Oh, how I loved thee. I loved you so much, I played until my eyes couldn’t stay open anymore and then […]
The Nintendo Switch was finally released on March 3rd. Supply hasn’t been a disaster like the NES Classic Mini Whatever, but it is a new console so it’s still going to take some time to get the system into the hands of everybody who wants one. Because I’m someone who managed/decided to get a Switch on launch day, I will lay out my experiences so far. Behold!
Written and Uploaded by Drew Beyer // Edited by Andrew Busch // Header image courtesy of Nintendo Everything (This is an extension of my section from the “meet the team” feature.) Nothing excites me more about the prospect of impending doom than seeing “dawn of the first day. 72 hours remain.” pop up on a television screen. I hope you know […]
Peach might be the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, but I’m convinced my mom is the queen.
Written by Drew Beyer // Uploaded and Edited by Andrew Busch Night in the Woods resonates with me in ways I’m not entirely sure I’m comfortable yelling into the void that is the internet. Through the story of a feline ne’er-do-well and her loser friends, the trio at Infinite Fall synthesizes humor and horror into something that I find more […]