With a list of open-world/sand-box video games that increases seemingly by the month, it must be hard to stand out from the rest of the pack. And whilst genre kingpin Grand Theft Auto has a devout following and some 100 thousand + players, so to come anywhere near them, a game needs a certain edge. Luckily, I know just the street gang to pull off such a task
Being a human is awful at times. We're slaves to all manner of physics and other elements. Sometimes, we just end up falling flat on our faces. Other times, we just fall. So, naturally, we should all be pro's at playing a game based on that very activity.
With the world becoming a dark place, you could sometime believe you're living in a nightmare. The news is full of scandal and deception. People we once looked up to are falling one by one. And those in charge are creepy monsters. So, here's a review about a game that features everything you fear in life, turned up to 11! Erm...you're welcome?
As the nights draw in and the temperatures drop, sometimes it's nice to get away to a nice tropical paradise. And sometimes, it's equally as nice to blow things up. So, if there were a game wherein you could combine the two, well, that would be doubly nice, wouldn't it? Welcome, to Just Cause 3.
We've got a good little game this week - which will surely make up for last week's entry! This week, there's plenty of words to play around with, as Typoman takes centre-stage. The world needs a HERO, after all.