Last year Limited Run Games, a company that releases exclusive physical versions of digital video games, in limited quantities, announced the physical release of Celeste. After almost a year of waiting, I finally got it, and now I can share the unboxing with you.Continue reading “Celeste Collector’s Edition Unboxing”
Jamestown+ is a co-op friendly shoot ’em up for all gamers and casual players alike. Sir Walter Raleigh, a disgraced knight, finds himself against the Mars warriors and the Spanish Conquistador. Do you have what it takes to save the last British colony on Mars and win the war for the New World?Continue reading “Jamestown+ – Review”
DEATH STRANDING is the game that will get you confused as hell. But with everyone calling it an Amazon Prime simulator, I had to play it, because I knew it’s not just that. I was right.Continue reading “DEATH STRANDING – Review”
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the new game developed by Respawn Entertainment in the Star Wars universe, which takes place a few years after the execution of Order 66. So if any of you ever wanted to know the struggles of a Jedi, this is for you.Continue reading “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Review”
“Slash, bash and dash” is the shortest way to describe Ling: A Road Alone.
Yet, even though the game is very minimalistic, it does not give you that feeling. Developed by Chautauqua Software and published by Winking Entertainment, they surely know what they’re doing.
As a huge fan of the “One Punch Man” anime series, I was so excited to hear that a fighting game based on the series is in development, and even more so that I got to play in the closed beta, and sure enough, I felt like I am a part of the show.Continue reading “One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows – Beta Review”
In a world of heroes and assassins, our hero/assassin Travis Touchdown finds himself sucked into the world of video games with Badman, a guy who came to kill Travis for revenge of his daughter. Developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by Grasshopper Manufacture and Marvelous Inc. This game really makes you wanna keep on going with its funky music and hilarious conversations.Continue reading “Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition – (PS4) Review”
Even during my interview with Ryosuke Hara – the game developer for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, I had a feeling will see a familiar face in the game and now it’s official.Continue reading “A new enemy emerges in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot”
At Gamescom 2019 the idea of VR gaming was still growing and expanding, and now with the brand and mark of marvel’s Iron Man, it has big potential at the VR gaming market, and a lack for a better word, it’s perfect and fits just spot on with the system and feelings. the PlayStation VR system really came a long way since 2016 and it shows that it had a lot of potentials and has a place in the world of gaming hardware and experience it could give you gamers.Continue reading “Marvels IRON MAN VR FOR PS4 at Gamescom 2019”
So we went and tried the new game that THQ NORDIC is developing a remake of the 2005 alien invasion game. The original game was a sci-fi action game set in 1959 and developed by Pandemic Studios. Players took control of an alien called Cryptosporidium 137 — or Crypto— as he attempts to take over Earth in order to harvest human DNA and clone more of his alien race.Continue reading “Destroy All Humans at Gamescom 2019”