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The easiest way to answer the question “What is JYDGE” would be to point to 10tons’ other titles, Neon Chrome and Crimsonland, and say - “This”. If you’ve played Neon Chrome and enjoyed it, then you can skip the rest of this review and go straight to playing JYDGE. It’s pretty obvious who's the target audience here. JYDGE doesn’t really...
The Surge review
If you watch enough movies and play enough games, you've probably heard someone exclaim “you can have my weapon when you pry it from my cold, dead hands”. Well, The Surge is the kind of game that obliges gladly. In fact, not only will you be taking weapons from the cold, dead hands of your enemies - you’ll be...
Hitting Steam Early Access this week, Dead Cells itches a scratch that is surprisingly hard to reach: a difficult-but-fair platformer with smooth controls and animations, and a variety in combat that keeps the game fresh even through multiple playthroughs. Considering the 14 hours I’ve put into it over the past 2 days, I would say that my itch is...
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 review
After a multitude of delays, setbacks and a somewhat lackluster beta, Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is finally out and available on PC or current-gen console near you. With the latest delay supposedly being a “tweak and debug” delay, I admit I had some fairly high expectations. The franchise never quite managed to transcend its mediocrity but this third installment,...
Here at GamersPack we're always on the lookout for interesting games that we believe deserves a bit of time under the spotlight. Some new indie title that's in the works, or even an Early Access game that looks really promising. Today, we have one such indie title - Hellpoint. A Sci fi RPG inspired by the Souls series with horror elements...
What would you get if you were to mix together The Division, Just Cause, GTA and Splinter Cell? This is probably the question Ubisoft was trying to answer with Ghost Recon Wildlands, the new entry into the tactical squad-based shooter franchise that had us saving the world one sync shot at a time since its inception in the early...
Sniper Elite 4 is Rebellion’s next iteration of its WW2-era, third-person precision-shooter franchise. The series has come quite a long way from the first title’s release some 12 years ago, and it just keeps getting better and better, although “better” might be subjective. Yes, both gameplay and graphics are more polished with every new game, but when you strip...
Tyranny review
After a successful Kickstarter campaign and Steam Early Access, Tyranny is finally released in all its villainous glory - and after playing through its 30-hour campaign I have to say I am impressed. An “Old School” RPG that will fill those of us who grew up on Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale with nostalgia, Tyranny borrows a lot of mechanics...
Rumor has it that gamers are creepy, antisocial misfits. That they sit around in their poorly-lit rooms, covered in the dust of a thousand Cheetos, quaffing Mountain Dew and feeling superior to the rest of the world. As a gamer I find that stereotype offensive - I mean, I don’t even like Mountain Dew. This piece isn’t about whatever...
Last week, I talked to you about the dreaded settings screen and how great it would be if the PC gaming environment was less complex and more newcomer-friendly. Keeping up with the theme, let’s take a look at a few other unnecessary complexities - brought to you in part by playing One Finger Death Punch far more than I...