Play music. Well I’ve always had a bit of interest in attempting to play music but the closest I’ve ever come to that is Guitar Hero and, well, I’m not quite playing it there am I? I’m just smooshing some colours alongside the music when the game tells me to. Infact, no game has really allowed you to alter the music or direct it in any shape or form. Beatbuddy has lofty ambitions of allowing this to happen.
You may remember from a week ago that I reviewed The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing which I quite enjoyed. Of course the strange thing is, the game documented only one adventure of Van Helsing and the title implies plurality.. Well here it is, the reveal that the second incredible adventure of Van Helsing is now being documented for our pleasure.
Eugen Systems are a bit of a favorite of mine, being developers of strategy games. More often than not these strategy games are ones with a difference, further increasing my interest. I’ve followed them ever since I picked up Act of War on a whim back when high-street retailers actually stocked PC games and now, eight years and five games later, I’m playing the second in the Wargame franchise. Does this make me sound biased? Probably. Still, here’s what I think.
I think we’ve all wanted a good ghost hunting game. One that fills the needs left gaping from the not-so-great appearances of the GhostBusters games. Not to put too optimistic of a spin on it, but GhostControl Inc. looks like it could be one that fits the bill.
Citadels is going to be a Real Time Strategy game set during the times of King Arthur and today a number of images have been revealed.
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing certain has an ambitious title, promising quite a lot. It moves away from the locale found in almost every other action-RPG and features and interesting character in Hugh Jackman, but does this make it incredible? This is what I think.
I have always had a bit of a kindred spirit in Scrooge McDuck. Infact, I would rather him be chancellor of the exchequer than George Osborne, the mug we’ve got here in the UK now. But unca scrooge. He’s a great guy! Sure, he’s a penny pincher but he earned those pennies and his own [...]
Dusty Revenge is an action platformer with a wild-west inspired tale of murder, revenge and anger. Featuring the usual suspects: the completely evil bad-guy, the dead love interest, the constantly-brooding protagonist and of course the ever present Artillery Bear. All hail Artillery Bear.
Today reveals the first ever chart that shows the digital sales rankings of games alongside the retail ones. For a long time this aspect of the PC has been missing and the only figures really known by the public have been retail sales, which are widely available to scrutinise. Of course the issue with this is that the digital market has been the superior one on the PC for some time now, or at least all
War, huh. Good god, y’all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing. That’s what Edwin Starr thought anyway. There’s no doubting that war is a bit of a bugger and none is more representative of this than the second world war. This brutal war has been remembered in video games countless times and one of the best of the bunch, Tripwire Interactive, have been very adept at making possibly the most realistic WW2 games with Red Orchestra, Red Orchestra 2 and now Rising storm.