Battleborn tries to be a (handsome) jack of all trades by combining various aspects of first-person shooters, RPGs, and MOBAs, but ends up being a master of none. It’s identity crisis is evident even in the art style.
Siege is a more approachable, newbie-friendly version of Counter-strike, and if Ubisoft had gone with just that, it would have been a pretty cool game. But they’ve added all this stuff into the periphery that may not belong there.
The reboot is staying true to the franchise, with fast movement, lots of big powerful weapons, and plenty of demons to shoot in the face.
The co-op first-person shooter will be headed to PC, PS4 and Xbox One and will feature new characters and storylines from The Walking Dead universe.
Respawn Entertainment CEO Vince Zampella confirms the team is working on a follow-up, but it doesn’t have a name yet.
This includes everything from walking around the world, shooting, driving and flying. There’s even an optional first-person cover system.
The monster-slaying FPS will now arrive on 10th February, a surprising delay since as the game had earned a lot of praise at E3, including winning the Critics Game of Show award.
Developed by Quicktequila aka Vidhvat Madan, the 3D FPS has received a lot of attention for its colourful and abstract approach to the popular genre.
‘Battleborn takes the minion smashing and fast levelling often associated with MOBAs and injects it into an intergalactic first-person battle arena’.
The New Order is a fun ride if you can stomach the cost of admission and quirks that go along with it. It’s refreshingly old school, much like the choice of vinyl over MP3.
The unique 4 versus 1 co-op multiplayer shooter pits a team of four human players against a powerful human-controlled monster that grows stronger as the game progresses.
The game is set in Kyrat, “a breathtaking, perilous and wild region of the Himalayas struggling under the regime of a despotic self-appointed king”.
With Titanfall just around the corner, we look at back at one of the most influential multiplayer shooters ever.
With Sledgehammer’s game set for release this year, Treyarch’s next game will release in 2015, while Infinity Ward’s will release in 2016.
Halo creator’s new IP arrives on 9th September on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PS3.
Pre-order Call of Duty: Ghosts across any platform to get your hands on an exclusive multiplayer map called Free Fall.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will not be using a new game engine, but will in fact be using a “significantly” upgraded version of the engine used in the previous games.
The game will be ported to Mac by Aspyr Games, the self-proclaimed “greatest Mac publisher on Earth”. No release date yet.
India will receive the Limited Edition of the game, which will come in O-card slipcase packaging and will include two multiplayer DLC codes.
What happened when Epic decided it was a good idea to make your character in a shooter move around like he/she was permanently on caffeine.
Before Halo wowed the world with regenerating health, a two-weapon system, and squad mates to make firefights seemingly easier, there was RTCW.
The sensibilities of the Belgian comic of the same name with a story that would give the Bourne trilogy an inferiority complex.
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Promotional tournament set for 24th and 25th August.