Crytek has been putting out bits and pieces of information on their upcoming FPS, Crysis 3. This is the follow-up to 2011’s Crysis 2, one of the best shooters I’ve played in long while. For me, Crysis 2 had all of the fun of Halo: Combat Evolved, only with exceptional graphics. Unlike most shooters nowadays, the focus of the Crysis series is the single-player experience, which is what I look for in games. This gameplay footage with it’s big guns, Continue »
In keeping with the Cyber theme, I scrounged up some golden oldies… The soundtrack to my all-time favorite Sega Genesis game, Shadowrun. Thanks to the recent successful Kickstarter campaigns for Shadowrun Returns and Shadowrun Online the memories of sitting in my darkened living room plugging away for hours on end on my own Sega Genesis Shadowrun adventure have been top of mind lately. I remember running and gunning, earning Nuyen for dermal plating and Cyberdeck upgrades. I fondly recall the Continue »
So, there has been a lot of hullabaloo about the final installment of Bioware’s Mass Effect 3, the final game in their wildly successful sci-fi RPG series. Most of it stems from the less-than stellar ending to the game. Though this one complaint has opened the floodgates for people to grous about every little thing from day-1 DLC to the inclusion of a multi-player mode. Fortunately for you, this isn’t one of those kinds of posts. I finally got around Continue »
I’ve read a number of reviews on Bioware’s latest epic RPG Dragon Age 2 lately, and thought I’d throw my two cents in as well. Overall, the reviews have been glowing, there has been much lauding the tighter graphics, amped up action and the fully-voiced dialog. Reading these early reviews got me amped up to jump in and start playing as soon as I picked up my pre-order—although I didn’t since I am an adult and skipping work to play Continue »
This new dev-diary from the Deus Ex Human Revolution team shows off one of the key features of the game—player choice. The clip shows the player working through a brief section of the first level, played through three times using different tactics to accomplish the same goal. I know it’s too early to judge, but Deus Ex: Human Revolution already looks like a win in my book.