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Why Ryse: Son of Rome should get a sequel

I have to admit that I may be in the minority of gamers when I say that I liked Ryse: Son of Rome . I may also be one of the few who will say that I still have and play… 906 more words


New Robinson: The Journey video offers a closer look at Crytek's PS VR exclusive 

The release of our debut PS VR game Robinson: The Journey is just months away, and development is in full swing. So today, we’re excited to launch our first dev diary, where we sent some of our developers to the Senckenberg Natural History Museum in Frankfurt to discuss the inspiration behind the game and how VR has enabled them to deliver gameplay experiences and tell a story in a way that wouldn’t be possible in any other medium. 74 more words


Backlog Project: Far Cry 3

I’m by no means a specialist in first-person shooters, and only once in a great while I even find interest in playing those kinds of games. 1,151 more words

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TimeSplitters 4 - Are We Ready?

Back in 2004 I got myself Time Splitters 2 and changed my I viewed first person shooters massively. Only a year later when the third and last instalment called Time Splitters: Future Perfect; this game grew on me as a game series I would love for the rest of my days. 998 more words

Ryse: Son of Rome - Review

Ryse: Son of Rome is about the adventure of one man as he struggles to save Rome while trying to figure out who is friend and who is foe. 1,528 more words


Crysis 3 - Review

Prophet has returned and he is determined to wipe out Cell and the Ceph. Crysis 3 begins with you trying to get into the New York biodome so that you can eradicate the Ceph once and for all. 1,288 more words


Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)

In Homefront’s alternate reality, North Korea’s corporation Apex (a stand-in for Apple) blanketed America with their technology – tablets, phones, weapons. When North Korea decided to invade, they flipped a kill switch and shut down their products, weapons included. 389 more words