PUBG Corp debuted the trailer for this new map, a desert area called Miramar, last Thursday night during the game awards and announced that the map would go live on the game’s test server at midnight. This perfectly calculated marketing move sent players— myself included— rushing to our steam libraries so we could be the first to brave the sands.
Studio MDHR’s Cuphead is a run-and-gun side-scroller that follows closely in the footsteps of 2D action titans like Megaman and Super Mario. Like these predecessors, the game requires precise timing, platforming skills, and pattern recognition to beat bosses and progress through the four main areas of the game. But, Cuphead is much more than an attempt to recreate the glory days of side-scrollers and platformers. It is a unique game with its own challenging twists and incredible art style that pays homage to the era of 1930’s Cel Animation.
Indie studio, Mortiga’s first venture is an action-MOBA called Gigantic that might change your perception of free-to-play games.
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.
EA’s Saturday press conference was largely focused on new gameplay and buzz surrounding Battlefront II, but the developer titan also had a couple more surprises up its sleeve. One of these reveals was a new title called Anthem created by Mass Effect developer, BioWare.
EA’s Press Conference kicked off this Saturday with several new reveals that got fans’ attention like the Sci-Fi title, Anthem, as well as the co-op prison escape game, A Way Out. But, let’s get real. The main attraction was all the new news about Star Wars Battlefront II.
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.
I just think that Little Nightmares had an ocean’s worth of potential and it only gave me a rowboat’s worth of payout.
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 […]
I blame Hidetaka Miyazaki for the countless hours of my life I’ve spent seething in anger, awash in the dull light of a tv, equal parts spellbound and infuriated by his incredible Dark Souls series.