On March 26th a small developer named Mad Mimic Interactive quietly released a silly-theme rogue-lite on steam. On the heels of successful rogue-lite games like Hades and Dead Cells, Dandy Ace joins the ranks of […]
I picked up ARIDA: Backland’s Awakening because it looked a little out of my wheelhouse and I wanted to expand my horizons a bit. I didn’t realize that I was also going to be giving myself some cultural […]
When it comes to console headsets I cannot think of another brand more widespread and well known than Turtle Beach. I remember my first headset way back in PS3/360 days being a Turtle Beach set that I scraped […]
In most cases, there is not much in the way of innovation when it comes to the mouse. It seems these days as long as its sensors work well and it has some flashy RGB and a few extra buttons – you’re good to go […]
Hopefully not how China does with protests.
It’s been almost two weeks since our part one of the Division 2 review and I’m back – stronger, wiser, and deadlier than ever. Ubisoft really has done a great service to the loot-shooter genre with The Division […]
Behaviour and global content leader Lionsgate are taking PAX East by storm today by announcing a new survivor for the game Dead by Daylight®: the demon hunter par excellence, Ash Williams, from the acclaimed STA […]
Unpopular opinion incoming: I’ve never truly been a huge fan of Tom Clancy games. Despite their huge popularity with gamers today I just found I couldn’t get into them. Being an MMO player at heart I thought t […]
In an announcement made today En Masse Entertainment has announced it has partnered with Twitch Prime. Over the next four months, players across all of En Masses Entertainment’s stable of games will be able to […]
Today, Stardock announced February 21st as the release date for Galactic Civilizations® III: Retribution, the largest expansion ever for the massive 4X space strategy game. In Retribution, your civilization has […]
But we got some news for you today. In addition to the much-anticipated photo mode that was released on February 6th, a Mac OSX release of Frostpunk is looming just around the corner, February 13th, for […]
Steel Series is attempting to fit an empty void by introducing a ‘dual wireless’ controller for PC and Android – specifically the VR crowd. What this controller means is that users will no longer have to have a […]
Deadly Multiplayer Party Game of Hide-and-Seek Features 17 weapons 18 Maps and 9 Game Modes. Get ready for some frantic pew pew pewing with a cross-platform shooter coming to every platform you can possibly think […]
A New Dragon Ball Experience is Unleashed Upon the West in the First Super Dragon Ball Heroes Game to Release Outside of Japan
Leading video game developer and publisher, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc., […]
Developed by the Korean independent studio O’ol Blue, MINImax Tinyverse is a F2P real-time 3D strategy-brawling god-game in which two realms of tiny beings try to conquer their rival’s towers. The Steam p […]
Home electronic tinkerers and do-it-yourselfers have cause to rejoice as Valve has announced that their popular Steam Link software will be free to download for the Raspberry Pi 3B and 3B+ running Raspbian […]
Gaming is at a place it has never been before. I’m 34 years old and I grew up playing games, something my parents didn’t understand, and I continue to do so. Almost everyone I know my age played games when t […]
The Council, a “narrative adventure” game developed by Big Bad Wolf and published by Focus Home Interactive has completed it’s story line at long last. Released in March of 2018, The Council was met with acclaim […]
It’s been about a week since the first part of our Fallout 76 review was released and countless hours have been sunk into the game since. I’ve loved, lost and rejoiced my way across Appalachia and still find m […]
This is a well rounded, fair review. It’s generally good, but there are trade offs now that it’s multiplayer. A lot of new assets mixed with a lot of old. The crafting is good, but you’re not given enough inventory space. There are stories, but they aren’t told in ways that we’ve previously enjoyed.
It’s not a perfect game, but I think other reviews are holding Bethesda to a higher because of their past success. If a new studio came out with this game, I bet it would be better received.
I also think the we (gamers) complain a lot that larger studios play it safe too often, but look what happens when one goes slightly out of its wheel house. We complain that it’s not the same game they’ve made in the past.
Re: the holding Bethesda to a higher standard because of the past success – I’d say, it’s probably their past buggy messes that mean they’re not getting a pass this time. Enough public called them out on Skyrim and Fallout 4 that I think press feel like they have to take them to task. Which is a shame, because it’s NOT worth the really low scores it’s seeing. I think both Robert and Dame (over at MMORPG.com) hit it well. FO76 reminds me of ESO – a game rushed too soon that if treated right will become a great lasting world to play it for years to come. But it wasn’t ready for launch.
The day has finally come and gone – we now live in a world with multiplayer Fallout at our fingertips. I wasn’t someone who had the opportunity to spend all the B.E.T.A. hours playing Fallout 76; I logged about […]