Halo: Reach Coming to MCC, PC Release Detailed

It has been confirmed in a tweet from Halo‘s official Twitter page that Halo: Reach is being added into Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and that it will release on the Windows Store and Steam later this year for PC players. Halo: The Master Chief Collection – with the addition of Halo: Reach – is comingContinue reading “Halo: Reach Coming to MCC, PC Release Detailed”

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey First Free DLC Story

This week, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be launching its first free story mission. The DLC story will be the first in a free series called ‘Lost Tales of Greece’, which are to be released at scheduled intervals, meaning there’s plenty more content still to come. However, don’t worry if you can’t wait for more content,Continue reading “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey First Free DLC Story”

Download Destiny 2 for Free on PC for a Limited Time

From today until November 18th, Blizzard Battle.net will have Destiny 2 as a free game download. This is a gift to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the game’s launch on PC for the very first time. Players who already own the game on PC will get a special emblem. The initial launch of the gameContinue reading “Download Destiny 2 for Free on PC for a Limited Time”

Hunt: Showdown Review (Early Access – PC)

  Hunt: Showdown is an early access first-person shooter with Battle Royale style gameplay whose mastery of tension, theming, and tactical components has birthed a game where every match is as exhilarating as the next. Hunt sees you playing as a bounty hunter in the Louisiana swamps, sent to hunt down and collect bounties thatContinue reading “Hunt: Showdown Review (Early Access – PC)”

Staxel Review (PC)

Staxel is a game that intends to amalgamate the styles of open world life simulators seen in Minecraft, Stardew Valley and Harvest Moon. The result is a cute little game with an interesting art style and a few good ideas along the way, but in the end, ultimately, feels hollow and repetitive. When I start upContinue reading “Staxel Review (PC)”

Tower 57 Review (PC)

Operation Wind of Change. That’s the confidential mission awaiting the three agents when they step off the train at Tower 57. The tower is home to Grutin Inc., a manufacturing company that recently experienced a small takeover by The Supervisor. Worried that the uprising could spread to the surrounding towers, the agents are sent inContinue reading “Tower 57 Review (PC)”

Three games confirmed to make an appearance at E3 2018

E3 2018 is still a few months away so it is not surprising that more games have not been confirmed yet. So far on the list we have The Last of Us Part II, Anthem, and the 2018 Battlefield game. EA has confirmed that the new Battlefield will be playable at EA Play 2018 fromContinue reading “Three games confirmed to make an appearance at E3 2018”

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review (Xbox One)

For a game about a gruff macho soldier killing robot Nazis, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus tugged at my heartstrings in ways I would have never expected. The series, throughout its 35+ year history, has always been campy and over-the-top. Those elements still exist in The New Colossus, but they are fused with pure brutality,Continue reading “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review (Xbox One)”

Bloody Zombies Review (PC)

I have always been a sucker for old school style titles like Bloody Zombies. Something small and moreish to sink my teeth into, but not something that drains away too much of my time. I find myself being drawn more and more to titles like that of Enter the Gungeon and Battle Brothers that offer great moments in the gameplay ratherContinue reading “Bloody Zombies Review (PC)”

Mainstream Video Games Have Become Too Easy

When it comes to the topic of video game difficulty the most important thing to recognise is that difficulty is relative. What to me is simply a walk in the Green Hill Zone might well be a day of Battletoads for you. The concept of difficulty is broadened when considering what the aim of theContinue reading “Mainstream Video Games Have Become Too Easy”

Blast from the Past: RollerCoaster Tycoon (PC)

Simulation games are enticing for a reason – you are the mastermind of creation and command the puppet strings. Whether things go awry or run smoothly falls into the palm of your hand. Well, for the most part. RollerCoaster Tycoon, developed by Chris Sawyer Productions, is no exception. Molding an amusement park by purchasing stimulating rides andContinue reading “Blast from the Past: RollerCoaster Tycoon (PC)”

Destiny 2 Beta Impressions and What We Learned

Right as the Destiny 2 beta started, I entered the menu screen only to deal with error messages a couple of times before it let me choose my character and begin playing. Changes were visible right from the start — I chose my character from the white colored menu, unlike the menu screen from DestinyContinue reading “Destiny 2 Beta Impressions and What We Learned”