BulletStorm meets the recent Call of Duty titles. This is not your traditional shooter. There are so many styles of play you can use to make your enemy regret they were against you (I know I did). I’m not going to focus on how badly I got destroyed but I will go into the details […]
Man oh man, did this game take me by surprise. It’s such a simple game. Swing your way to the objective with a touch of a button. How can that be entertaining? Computer Lunch has made that simple equation into a fun experience. First, they put it in the virtual reality platform to gain perspective. […]
Talk about a surprise! Going into SEVEN without knowing what it was and with developers Fool’s Theory only showing concept art made me even more curious.
An Australian beta for Pokemon Go went live with a ton of non-disclosure agreements associated with it. User Darkathion said forget that and uploaded footage anyway, check it out!
The zombie hype is real out at PAX East 2016. Zombie fever has been spreading all throughout media. It seems that everywhere I go there is something zombie related. It’s as the infection truly is spreading. This contagion has claimed another First Person Shooter, Moving Hazard. Being that it’s a FPS and zombie based, it […]
Lead your warriors into battle to slaughter all who stand in the way of claiming (reclaiming) what is yours. You manage your soldiers effectively as a barbaric warlord and have them kill and pillage all in your name. I never knew that conquering can be so easy, just click and go. Overwhelm the enemy forces […]
This one goes to all of you gamers that once used magnifying glasses to look at ants up close and accidentally light them on fire. I’m sorry to bring such an image to your mind but I can’t help but compare NoClip’s Zombie Night Terror to a killer ant farm. Only that instead of ants […]
In Win is taking over PAX East 2016 by launching two new cases, D-FRAME 2.0 and 303. Tempered glass, support for large video cards, water cooling, large heatsinks along with USB 3.1 and 3.0 ports.
Newegg invited us to check out a laptop with the capability of running VR Games. Their core message was to show proof that laptops can also run VR and that there was no need for a beefy rig.