The list comes a bit later than I had hoped, but better now than not at all.
Ubisoft released a new trailer for Gamescom last week showing off gameplay of The Division using their Companion App.
If you were to mash together Mirror’s Edge and Dead Island, Dying Light would be the creamy, satisfying result. Mmm, mmm, good.
Saints Row IV: Inauguration Station, as the character creator is titled, is available on Steam listed as a free demo. Simply download it, create or sign in to your Saints Row account and begin building your Saints Row avatar. There is even an option to download your Saints Row: The Third character and modify… continue reading →
Get your throw up bags ready, people.
The next installment in the “War” series from developer Fatshark and publisher Paradox Interactive has been announced. War of the Vikings will obviously be set in the Viking Age. It will pit players as either Vikings or Saxons in a fight to capture or defend Briton with Viking Age-inspired levels, weapons and armor. Returning… continue reading →
According to a Eurogamer interview with Assassin’s Creed 4 game director Ashraf Ismail, a focused team controls the overall Assassin’s Creed story, even with multiple development teams on the franchise. Ismail explains that there is an end to the series but that there is no time frame of when this will happen. The game director goes on… continue reading →
Admittedly, I have never played EverQuest. MMO’s aren’t generally my type of game unless they involve super heroes or lightsabers. After reading the press release below and watching the released gameplay videos, I am super pumped about playing EverQuest Next, and it’s free to play! Check out the full press release and introductory gameplay videos… continue reading →
The third-person, team-based multiplayer action game War of the Roses is now free to play on Steam. Set in 15th century England, two rival houses battle against each other for power and the throne. Our own Dalton Miller did a video rundown for War of the Roses: Kingmaker, as well as a review, which is… continue reading →
After Assassin’s Creed 3, I’m wary of jumping into another Assassin’s Creed game. In my humble opinion, it feels as though AC3 was abandoned mid-development as soon as the naval mechanics started becoming popular. So in thinking that, my hopes are that Black Flag will really flesh out and be a more complete game than… continue reading →