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‘mechwarrior: online’ – review

‘MechWarrior: Online’ – Review

Mechwarrior Online is a game that’s absolutely brimming with potential. While there is absolutely no storyline or singe player, the basic premise is still a lot of fun. The year is 3050, and you are a pilot of the most advanced war machine mankind has created: the BattleMech. These bipedal tanks range from a “mere”…

Review: wolfenstein: the new order (ps4)

Review: Wolfenstein: The New Order (PS4)

Introductory Thoughts: For me, Wolfenstein: The New Order, was a title that came out of nowhere. I say this because it wasn’t something I had done any research on before purchasing, it wasn’t a game that I had heard much about during development, and I am currently undergoing a phase where I am overloading my…

“catlateral damage” knocks fun off the desk and out of the park

“Catlateral Damage” Knocks Fun Off the Desk and Out of the Park

Cats. The internet loves them but your shelf and table space, not so much. They walk across your keyboard, sit on books and boxes that you need to pick up, and knock over everything not nailed to your desk– occasionally including the actual desk.   Everybody Wants to be a Cat Now, you too can…

Sanctum 2 preview

Sanctum 2 Preview

Think of tower defence games and images of mobile devices and simple Flash games probably come to mind. It’s certainly difficult to imagine the strategic, wall and tower building genre being squeezed into the mould of a first person shooter, but indie developer Coffee Stain Studios achieved just that with 2011’s Sanctum. Two years later…

Blacklight retribution game review

Blacklight Retribution Game Review

Hackers can cause a great deal of trouble, and gamers know this better than most. Almost anyone who has ever played games online will know of the frustration that comes from dealing with someone who can headshot you from any angle. Other popular hacks might make an opponent move too fast to see, or allow…