Fortnite Battle Royale on PC is a breath of fresh air for the battle royale genre. Epic Games developed something unique in this space and it’s very fun!
When you see a game like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds growing at the pace that it is then it’s pretty predictable that other companies are going to try and have their go at something similar.
There’s just something about the battle royale/survival of the fittest idea that has caught the attention of millions of people. I feel like Fortnite is the first of many more games of this type to spawn in, it surely won’t be the last. With how unique it is, I could see it grow into something huge down the road. Continue reading
Absolver just came out a few days ago and you’re probably wondering, how is Absolver? Does it live up to all of the hype? This is my overall experience so far.
I like to think of Absolver as a mix between For Honor, Dark Souls and Street Fighter. There are a lot of games that are compared to Dark Souls these days but the gameplay is actually pretty similar, you can tell that it was inspired a bit by Dark Souls. Continue reading
LawBreakers has been out for a couple of weeks now and I’ve been on and off with it in that time. I decided to pick it up because I love shooters like this!
There are some people that are skeptical towards LawBreaks saying that it’s an Overwatch copy or that it’s just another arena shooter…
But honestly, from my own experience, it’s unique enough for me to enjoy and to not think that’s it’s a blatant ripoff. That’s what I’d like to express in this post – my overall experience with LawBreakers and how I don’t think it’s “just another arena shooter”. Continue reading
Dungeonmans is the classic turn-based RPG game that makes fun of itself while still acknowledging that it’s a game, a good one at that!
It’s like some of the old school games such as Exile or Ultima but with modern graphics and a humorous twist to it. The stats, progression and overall challenge is actually pretty well-balanced and although it released a couple of years ago the developers are still adding updates to this day! Continue reading
Recently some friends of mine got me to check out the sequel to Dungeon Defenders, a multiplayer tower defense game that was extremely fun a while back.
Dungeon Defenders II has been in early access for a very long time now and there have been a lot of additions to it since then. There are a decent amount of differences between the two and I figured it wouldn’t hurt to list the good and the bad changes from the previous game. Continue reading
A new Battle Royale type of game has released recently into early access called PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and it has gained an insane amount of popularity.
You can check it out on Steam Charts right now to see just how many people have been playing, there are almost over 40,000 people playing at all times! Continue reading
It’s time to get an updated list going for the best controllers for PC gaming! It’s 2017 now and the market for controllers has changed quite a bit.
In the past I had done a similar post but as I said, it’s time to get a more updated list since there is a lot more going on in this space and there is more value out of what has come out. Continue reading
I’d like to review a game called Blackwake that has released as an early access title recently, it’s a pirate game that’s aiming to be as realistic as possible.
There is still a pretty long road ahead for the title to become the best version that it could be but if the developers keep trekking along as they are today then Blackwake could prove to become one of the best if not the best multiplayer pirate game out there. Continue reading
I would say that no, modding is not an essential part to a game’s success. However, having a dedicated modding community proves in several titles that it boosts player count and overall enjoyment.
Anytime I’ve played a game that I enjoy at a vanilla state and then added mods after playing for a while it adds another layer of value to the game and it heavily increases the replay value. Continue reading
Recently I decided to pick up Enter The Gungeon, a dungeon crawler title that has been on my wish list for the longest time.
I’ve always enjoyed dungeon crawlers and rouge like games. “Rouge like” is a sub-genre for games that have procedurally generated levels as you go along. Although the different room you enter in the Gungeon aren’t necessarily procedurally generated, there are plenty for it to feel extremely random.
Enter The Gungeon reminds me a lot of Rouge Legacy but with guns and a top-down view. When you die, you don’t come back with that same character and items/weapons but there is indeed a way to beat the Gungeon! Continue reading