Do you like brains? Your soldiers like brains. This is because they are zombies. Two types of zombies actually, the normal slow ones or newfangled fast ones. I prefer the slow ones, just reminds me of the proper Romero style zombies. Well take your pick in this Zombie RTS, Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge, eat some brains and make sure that your zombies are the one eventually ruling the world.
Well it’s always nice to be surprised. I’ve been away from the computer working all day, I come home to find on the new release list on Steam the one and only Final Fantasy VIII. Anybody who knows anything about me knows that I’m a Final Fantasy fanboy. Or at least I was. I suppose I still am for the older games of the franchise, pretty much anything from Four to Ten. Well, here’s Eight, on the PC.
Julius Caesar is the Roman we all know. He was the first to land on our warm, temperate shores that are now Great Britain and stated “Ooh, It’s bloody cold” as well as the more popular saying “veni, vidi, vici”, even though he never actually conquered and left behind any Romans. These first two invasions of Britain took place during the overall Gallic Wars, against the numerous tribes of modern day France, Belgium and part of Germany. Rome II: Total War – Caesar in Gaul is this war.
When launched, Call of Duty: Ghosts required a few things and almost all of them were unreasonable. Well I’m happy to say that at least one of these unreasonable demands have been lowered, that is the requirements for 6GB of RAM. Now you just need 4GB.
Sony are already having a good time this generation. Unlike last generation, they’ve got a head start – albeit measured in days and weeks, not months and years like Microsoft had last generation – and in the first day of the US launch, the Playstation 4 has sold through over one million units to customers.
My impressions of State of Decay were positive ones. I haven’t yet had time to go back to it, to see if the control issues, amongst others, have been sorted, but I do plan to. What better reason would I have than the upcoming DLC, Breakdown.
I’ve been a fan of sim games for as long as I can remember. Moreso when it comes to the fun time sim games like Rollercoaster Tycoon or Theme Park World. We’ve had few like that released recently but today a surprise new entry popped up on Steam, Adventure Park.
Good Old Games have joined up with three charities to offer you the opportunity to further do good, of course while offering you a minimum of three games (oddly, not all Good Old Games. Some Good New Games as well!). All you have to do is pay $5 and all of the revenue goes towards your selected charity.
In TV land The Walking Dead is now in season four with season five already having been announced. The graphical novels could probably be classed as being in season nine or ten by now so it’s heartening to see the outstanding first season of the game get the sequel it deserves. Following on from the ‘emotional roller-coaster’ that is The Walking Dead: Season 1 we will soon get the chance to enter a state of emotional shock and turmoil in The Walking Dead: Season 2.
It must be Christmas. Oh, it isn’t? You could have fooled me because today the guys over at Namco-Bandai have published two new games on the PC. This also marks the day that one of the longer running franchises, with good games to boot, finally crosses into PC land.