It's no secret that Square Enix haven't been doing great in recent times, and while the recent press demos of the upcoming Thief reboot have seemed promising, rumors are surfacing that this might be nothing more than smoke and mirrors.
Star Trek, the latest addition to the grand history of gaming, courtesy of Digital Extremes and Paramount, epitomizes everything that we've come to know of movie tie-in games.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is an actual thing that is happening, and is also awesome, and full of bright neon colors. Your may not have been around back in the golden days of horrible hair, VHS, and glowing neon wastelands, but Blood Dragon is looking to fix all that by providing a window back in time, into a future neon cyber-hellscape of death and ass-kicking.
Somewhat leaky, CGI teaser trailers seem to be all the rage these days, and Thief 4 is apparently not one to go without. Still, this comes as a strong sign of development on the game coming along smoothly, which is a pleasant surprise for fans, considering Squenix's disappointing run in recent times. Trailer time.
When it comes to first person games, they are almost universally of the FPS persuasion. Even the ones that are not about shooting people in
The much awaited return of gaming to a pure Aliens game is finally upon us. It was to be a game that captured that feeling of terror and excitement that only a mass of blips on the motion tracker can bring, but according to the internet at large, it's looking to be a game that perfectly encapsulated that feeling of stepping barefoot into something that goes *squish* that your dog left for you by the bed.
Tonight, Kelarik is checking out the console-exclusive MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) from Monolith Productions, Guardians of Middle Earth. How does this genre translate to console, and does it fall victim to the 'franchise curse' that has plagued so many other games? Only one way to find out.
Tonight Kelarik is looking at Mortal Kombat, which is currently free for EU Playstation Plus subscribers. Shock and gore abound in this 18+ title, so be warned!
Strap on a diving helmet, spin up a huge drill, and delve into the deeps with Bioshock 2 with Kelarik. We return to the underwater city of Rapture, encounter new adversaries, explore new areas of the city, and get to experience more of a finely crafted story.