Help! My intelligence is under assault.
Hangar 13 wasn't content with remaking the original scene to scene. They replaced most of the brilliant dialogue with their own bellow average versions.
Somehow Max Payne and Alan Wake mated in the basement of Remedy's office and this is their love child. But it's an ugly child.
You might have heard that CDPR announced yet another delay for Cyberpunk 2077 today, and frankly that bothers me less than the TLOU2 delay bothered me.
After finally watching Terminator Dark Fate, I felt obligated to set the record straight: It's not that bad at all.
One by one, our beloved franchises are taken away from us and ruined from the inside until nothing remains but a rotten carcass that nobody wants to touch.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint got a big update about a month ago called The Ghost Experience, which was supposed to unfuck what they fucked up with the game's original release. But did they succeed? Short answer: Mostly yes.
Just put everything in the pot, stir, don't shake, that's all.
You think I'm being overly dramatic? Wrong. There are no words to express the disappointment I felt after playing the Open Beta of Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
I apologize for the lack of activity in the past months. I blame the games that failed to engage me sufficiently to complete them and write a full review of them.
I so wanted a good arcade flying game for a long time. Spoiler: This won't do. At least not for me.
If I start by saying that I very much hope that the team that put this together is not responsible in any way shape or form for TLOU2, then you already have a
Take in the sights, enjoy the fights...That tagline pretty much sums up the game. Because if you don't like the sights, or the fights in the game, then you might as well
Or a more appropriate name would've been the shadow of the terminator rambo. But 'Meh' is a pretty accurate description as well. After Rise of the Tomb raider was a huge leap forward
Funny that. I purchased this game at release and only now got around to finishing it. The reason is quite simple. I re-visited the first reboot just before this was released. I originally
I've never been so speechless when it comes to reviewing a game as now. For a lack of better ideas to describe the game I have to start with this stupid analogy: What
I avoided this game for the longest time, in fact I kept avoiding it even after I purchased it. As I purchased it almost exactly 3 years ago for Christmas as a present
I wanted to post my review for this game a long long time ago, don't know why I never got around to it. I purchased the GOT (or whatever is the equivalent of
Believe it or not, this was the first game of the Call of Duty series, that I played as far as I can remember.If it were up to the gameplay then this
So what is this game, you ask? It's a psychological thriller, on paper at least. Much like Alan Wake. You play as Senua, the warrior girl, who is trapped in her own mind,
It's only fair that I post my review of this, after taking the piss out of it's sequel. I started playing this game soon after its release, on the First of November 2009
Before playing the game I avoided every review, every forum topic, and basically every source of information about Beyond, as I wanted to avoid any spoilers. So basically it was all new to
I believe this game in itself is a good testament of why Lucasarts needed to go. Of course I'm sad because I still remember their past glory with games like X-Wing, Tie Figher,
I decided to give the TR reboot another shot, since I didn't finish it when it was new. I got to maybe 25% of the way, and never continued. I was actually never