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
There is one main factor that keeps games fresh and keeps people coming and that is the content. The more content you produce in a game, the better it gets.
For the most part I feel like most gamers want to have that sense of freshness, a new taste with the games that they pick up on a consistent basis.
I want to elaborate a bit on what I mean by this and also talk about some examples that I’ve noticed around the block, let’s get some discussion going! Continue reading
This post will be a short one to simply hear what you guys prefer and when you prefer a certain type of control scheme.
While I was playing through the For Honor open beta I was using the controller 100% of the way through, I also use the controller while playing one of my favorite games Brawlhalla.
But I’ll use mouse and keyboard for other titles. It really depends on what type of game it is that I’m playing! Continue reading
The For Honor open beta started this weekend and I’ve been playing it for the past couple of days. So far it seems like a well balanced and fun game!
I could see a competitive side to this as well as a casual portion to it. I don’t really see myself getting competitive with For Honor but it could definitely exist! Continue reading
I plan on making this post a short one but we’ll see how that goes. I want to discuss PC game genres and which genres needs some more love in the industry.
I’ll talk about a few genres that I would like to see more and then I’d also like to hear which genre(s) are your guy’s favorites! Continue reading
Early access has been apart of Steam since 2013. Valve created this section of Steam to help developers get their game out to the public as soon as possible while still being able to get the money needed for further development.
Some early access titles have succeeded thoroughly and have moved on to an actual full release while some early access titles have been in early access for years and come out with paid DLC or even completely flopped in time.
So the question is – should we even bet on early access? Continue reading
There has been footage of this title for quite a while now but now there we are nearing the release of early access for Conan Exiles I figured it’d be a good time to discuss the game a bit and share my perspective on it!
From what I understand, this will be another multiplayer survival game where players can basically do whatever they want to other players with it’s own unique mechanics such as being able to summon giants and have NPCs protect your base while you’re not around. Continue reading
There aren’t a crazy amount of VR titles on the market right now but a free to play title called Rec Room shows what a community game would be like.
In Rec Room you create your own cartoony avatar and communicate, play and interact with other players from around the world. It’s an experience like none other which is why I want to take the time to talk about my experiences with the game so far! Continue reading