No Man’s Sky is one of those recently released games that players were eagerly waiting to get their hands on. Looking at the feedback that players have been posting on various forums and Steam, No Man’s Sky is currently not exactly what many expected it to be.
I decided to investigate why so many are complaining and here are my first thoughts about the game.
After quite a few hours of gameplay, I must say that No Man’s Sky is not a bad game, fundamentally. It is all about exploring and logical thinking. The game is claimed to take place in a galaxy shared by other players, but that does not make it a multiplayer game. In fact, NMS is an extremely lonely game. The combat in this fancy survival game is not exactly what I expected it to be, and it is more of a disappointment. One of the firs
Think about this for a minute. Vulpine is an open-world game where you hunt for food, gather resources, search for signs of lost civilization, fight vicious monsters and explore dungeons. We have plenty of those around, so where's the twist? The twist is in the fact that you play as animals. Yes, you can play as a fox, wolf, bear, rabbit, and more. Now that's something completely different unless you want to talk about that goat simulator...
The graphics seem really unique, charming and captivating. You don't need mind blowing semi-realistic graphics in a game like this since the gameplay is the thing that should interest you the most.
There are three weapons in Vulpine: Spear, Sword, and Hammer. Each animal can use every weapon, so there are no restrictions on that. But, the weapon's sp
In the last two weeks, I have been actively testing out the recently added Demon Hunter class in the pre-expansion patch for World of Warcraft.
To start off, the Demon Hunter is a class that finally seems like an addition that is not ridiculously overpowered compared to classes like the Death Knight which was quite the opposite upon release. This is of course, highly due to the fact that it is currently not a fully functional class due to the lack of some rather significant talent selections that will only be available at higher levels once Legion kicks off.
At first, I thought that Havoc would be the right choice for me and that was my first pick during the intro quest chain for the Demon Hunter. Getting your DH to level 100 is quite simple and fast. But it is a good idea to watch thos...
Twin Saga is the latest anime MMORPG from Aeria Games, and it could be their best one yet. So, let's talk about my impressions from the Closed Beta.
Upon entering the game, the anime type graphics will either charm you or make you not want to play the game at all, but since the genre is quite popular, this might not be an issue for many. Anyway, the MMORPG has pleasing and vibrant visuals, with colorful spell effects and fluid animations, and you don't need a powerful PC to run it either, which is always a plus.
Now, as for the character creation, it's pretty simple, nothing extraordinary or complicated. There are three starter classes in the Closed Beta, Sword Master, Mage and the Gunslinger. But, you unlock more classes as you level up and by completing certain story quests. There ar
If you like side-scrolling action adventure games with really twisted and weird stories, Last Stich Goodnight might just be the game for you.
The game's story revolves around you being kidnapped by some strange doctor who experiments only on people who satisfy his creepy criteria. And that happened after your character had a near-death, out-of-body experience. Now, your goal will be to escape the doctor’s laboratory, with the help of new weapons, powers, and a strong stomach, because you're about to witness science gone wrong.
Now you might be wondering, who will you be facing as your enemies. Well, you aren’t the first one to go through this, as the doctor imprisoned and experimented on others before you, and you are forced to fight your way through these other lab rats. And, let's just say that they aren't as pretty as you are. The laboratory holds an entire army of failed experiments for you to fight. You won't just be fighting scientifically made monsters, as every weapon i...
Everyone knows that Fruit Ninja game where you slash away at fruit with various blades, right?
Something akin to that has arrived for the HTC Vive. Candy Smash VR is its name, and it's what you would expect from a candy smashing VR game. From the trailer, it actually looks quite enjoyable, even though its a blatant rip off of Fruit Ninja. The candies look mostly like some fruits from Fruit Ninja, but I guess the color palettes are responsible for that. The stick or bat with which you hit the candy feels like a sword, as you seem to cut the candy instead of breaking it apart.
"Satisfy your hacking and slashing needs in colorful and mushy candy world. Experience the most fun you can have with VR and HTC Vive controllers smashing stuff!"
The music in the trailer also reminds me of that N...
Legion's Pre-Expansion Patch has recently arrived and oh boy did we get a lot of stuff to do.
Let's start off with the Legion's Invasion. Around the second or third week of August , you get to face some angry looking invaders that drop out of the skies over Azeroth. It's up to us players to head out as quickly as possible to lend a hand in the fight against the invaders. Each demon invasion has four stages, and each stage will reward you with Nethershards and sometimes even with a chest. That's more than enough reasons to go out and fight the Legion! As time goes on the Legion’s invasion will grow in scale. This increases your chances to complete the event-only achievements Stand Against The Legion (for completing one invasion) and Defender of Azeroth: Legion Invasions (for comp
Do you like deck-building and hack and slashing? Add that to an adventure game and you get Book of Demons.
One of the most interesting features of this game is that it allows you set the length of its quests using the Flexiscope™ system. So doesn't matter if you have 5, 10 minutes or half an hour, you're the one who sets the limit.
I mentioned deck building, as here you collect powerful skill cards and combine them to destroy any enemies you face. So assemble your own set of devastating powers and use them in the best way possible! But don't think that all cards work the same in different scenarios, so be prepared to adjust.
Book of Demons' story revolves around your usual good versus evil, and of course, you also have to save the world from total destruction. Yeah, that so
Starbound finally left the orbit of Early Access and it fully launched! But what exactly is Starbound? Imagine something like Terraria but in space.
So it's an action-adventure video game that takes place in a two-dimensional, procedurally generated universe. As the player, you're going to explore, obtain new weapons, armor, and miscellaneous items and have tons of fun along the way!
Firstly, let's talk about the races available in the game, as they are many, varied and really unique. There are seven of them, all with their own rich cultures and histories! You have Humans, the Apex, Avians, the Hylotl, the Glitch, Florans, and Novakids.
Starbound begins with the player fleeing the homeworld with a spacecraft. Whatever race you play will have their own reason for ditching their homewor
Adventure combined together with survival and horror elements? That's essentially what Shadows of Kurgansk is.
Your only goal in this game is to stay alive and find the way out of this hellhole, all while fighting various monsters and completing many story driven missions. But staying alive in a place like this is pretty hard, so you will need to hunt, gather supplies, and even build storages and shelters to help you with that. You can also create tools, clothes, and equipment to improve your chances of survival in this harsh environment. Being comfortable in the Zone is not exactly something that's possible since the atmosphere changes once the night comes. Eventually, you'll start dying over and over again.
So what does Shadows of Kurgansk have to offer? Zombies. Yes in this atmosphe