Game-Modo’s Chuck Marinos takes a look at his all favorite guns in video games. What are your favorite guns in video games?
Do you remember Crytek, the developers behind the PC destroying titles Crysis and Crysis 3? Of course you do. Some of you may also remember them from earlier this year with the release of the extremely detailed Xbox One exclusive, Testudo Simulator, Ryse: Son of Rome. Well, a Xbox One exclusive no longer, for now it shall Ryse onto the lands of the PC, with 4K resolution support.
This morning I perused the new releases list on Steam, a common ritual, and found a free game. This game caught my attention by being a blatant advertisement for the upcoming (or already released, if you are one of these chaps or chappettes who obtain movies through less legal means) Expendables 3. But wait, I’ve played it now and I have to tell you, it isn’t crap.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has a story trailer. Now, I have yet to watch this trailer or even care to read much about Advanced Warfare, but my seer-like powers tell me that a world superpower (USA?) will be knocked back into the stone-age in some highly implausible, if not impossible, way and they will then fight against the odds to win. On that note, let’s watch the story trailer.
Okay, so entrance into the prototype phase will cost you $80. But that’s not all, you get to make this leap with no real knowledge about the game other than the developer is Soren Johnson (Designer of Civilization IV) and his own team, Mohawk Games. There are no videos, screenshots or even comments about the game for the public to see because it’s all locked under a NDA. Hmm.
Hopefully the upcoming inclusion of mods will make the unforgiving difficulty meld away, if only slightly, through the ingenuity of the community and their work, while lowering the suicide rate amongst the remainder of the Banished community.
Travis has a conversation with a gamer about their best experiences, their impressions on the current state, and where they think gaming should go.
Three years ago was, I believe, the first time I bought a game directly from a developer based on just a quick look at trailers, having read no reviews. The quality of this game, Hegemony: Phillip of Macedon by Longbow Games, could be what led to my proclivity of taking risks with lesser known games, leading to more and more crap in my gaming library. Three years later, we have a second Hegemony, Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar. Does this live up to the predecessor? Do I hold a grudge? Let’s find out.
Camille looks into Microsofts revisions to the Xbox One and expresses her personal opinion on this in the included video.