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Best Action games of 2016: It’s war I tell you

The action genre, especially the First-person shooter sub-genre, was one of the most prolific genres of 2016. There are so many good, great and amazing titles this year to choose from, that we literally almost started our own little war when trying to come up with the list you see below. But finally, when the smoke cleared and the...

Best Action-adventure games of 2016: Assassins, magical or otherwise

Action-adventure is an encompassing genre, so it's no wonder the list of action-adventure games we played this year is a long one. However, finding the best games of 2016 was a pretty easy task. The three games you see below stood out among the crowd as the very best, each offering its own unique experience and interpretation of the genre....

Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandel review: The dying of the light

The Souls series has some of the best expansions I’ve played in my life as a gamer. They expand on the world and introduce new events integral to the series lore, add new difficult enemies and bosses, and are generally well designed and a frustrating joy to play though. Unfortunately, Ashes of Ariandel, the first DLC expansion (out of...

Deadpool review: Would you like some more Deadpool with that?

Those who don’t know Wade Wilson, also known as Deadpool or The Merch with a Mouth, should better fix that; after all, this is his game and he’ll make sure you know that. A quick introduction: Deadpool is a former mercenary turned anti-hero when his body was infused with Wolverine’s DNA. The procedure left him horribly scarred and bat-shit...

Grid 2 review: Realistic and still satisfying

I think we all can agree racing games split into two categories: in one we have games like Fortza Motorsports, Grand Turismo and the likes, while in the other there are games such as Burnout and the legendary Carmageddon. The main difference between these two categories is the driving experience; the first ones are more realistic and are usually...

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review: The future smells like the 80’s

It's hard to describe a game like Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. You can just dismiss it as "another brain-dead FPS", but it is so much more than that. If I had to choose just one word to do so, I'd choose "Epic". Why Epic? Just keep on reading. Right from the start it is obvious Blood Dragon isn't your...

Poker Night 2 review: The stakes have never been higher

Imagine a round table. Around it sit a small robot with a God complex, a psychopath with an affinity for knives, a zombie hunter with a mechanical arm and a retired detective with a weird little sidekick; and they are all playing poker… with you. You mustn't forget the malicious A.I. that oversees the game. This is Poker Night...

Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two review: Bringing some color into your life

Everyone who grew up watching Disney’s cartoons has a warm place in their heart for Mickey Mouse and his buddies, and their unique visual style. Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two succeeds in reviving that love of cartoons with the help of a wacky sense of humor and a classic sense of adventure - it’s a game for...

XCOM: Enemy Unknown review: Will challenge every grey cell in your head

You are now reading about a masterpiece of turn-based strategy games in recent history – the latest game in the XCOM series, a series that started all the back in 1994. The year 2001 saw the release of Enforcer, the last game in the XCOM canon, and since then the XCOM project gathered dusted in video game hall of...

Gamescom 2012: Star Trek interview boldly goes where few men have gone before

Beam in and team up in this new, shiny and amazing looking Star Trek game. We  already talked about extensively before, but this time we got an interview for you. In this interview, Brian Miller, Senior Vice President and lead Game Producer at Paramount Pictures (quite the mouthful), talks about this new co-op action adventure starring Kirk and Spock. The game...

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