One of the highlights of E3 2016 was an announcement made by original X-COM devs who stated their intention of making their own independent turn-based horror game without any help and influence of Firaxis Games. And that’s how Phoenix Point’s story has begun, making the biggest gaming related media fall in love with it.
Continue reading PHOENIX POINT: PETTY REMAKE OR A UNIQUE WORK OF ART?
It’s time for you to boost your patriotism, drink some vodka in the company of your pet bear and enjoy something kawaii.
Vanquish has been out for seven years and hasn’t changed a bit during the time. Though PC version gained more graphics options, neat keyboard and mouse controls together with fantastic performance.
Continue reading VANQUISH PC VERSION: FANS’ CALL OR A MONEYGRABBER
We’ve played For Honor, and we did it a lot. Now let’s figure out what is what here. It’s a bit early to make a sober impression as we are still under influence of a game.
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New Year has already come, fireworks have finished and Super Mega Team has give us a wonderful present by releasing a good platformer called Rise & Shine. We were expecting trash, though got a surprisingly good combination of action arcade, puzzles and 6 tonns of reminiscence.
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2016 turned out to be rich for both good and bad games. It’s always hard to pick just one game of the year. Especially when December gave us: Steep, The Dwarves, Let it Die, Shadow tactics, The Last Guardian, Dead Rising 4 and a whole bunch of smaller games. I, personally had to pick among two games only: Doom and Tyranny. Others didn’t have enough to live a long trace of replayability and simple fun.
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— We’ve got two different endigs here for you.
— But there were supposed to be 32 of them?
The end of 2016 appeared memorable not only by unexpected turntwists in the 7th season of The Walking Dead which was finally able to surprise those, who had enough patience to watch through all the rest. We can remember this year also by The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. And that is what we will talk about.
Continue reading Clementine, you’re out
What a cruel and unpredictable world this is! It seems like yesterday you were a common bee, making honey, buzzing around with pals, taking care about the hive and flowers… But today it’s all gone.
The hive was destroyed to the dome. All bees are gone and the queen has fallen. She whispers:”Make revenge for your brothers and sisters!”
Continue reading I am a working bee on a December snow
When the time comes, daily routine wins over everyone. We want to sit back and have have fun with our friends in the end of the week. However, there ofthen are thousands of miles between us, or lack of mood. But it’s no obstacle for Tabletopia, which is a free-to-play virtual boardgame table. The idea is to create a space to play uncountacble number of such games. You can play on both PC or a tablet. And the process itself is as close to the reality, as it can be. As a vital bonus, you can also get comfortable on the sofa with food and drinks.
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Corey Hardman gave a good sample of indie games into the piggy-bank. A 2D platformer Way of the Red, which can be very a very enthusiastic time-spender for an evening or two.
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Chernobyl catastrophy area is a place, where tourists and hunters come from all over the world. Some want to have an exotic vacation, others – to hunt mutant animals, gather strange green or reveal mysterious secrets. And today we came here to work, not to have a vacation. There apeared an urgent information from scientists. Rake has been found. Location – red forest.
Continue reading The Rake: Red Forest