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It was late in the year of 2012 when Ubisoft unleashed Far Cry 3 upon the world and changed its flawed but ambitious game series into a heavy hitter franchise that became synonymous with the concept of open-world first person...
Out of nowhere and without any credit, the Dead Island franchise has been able to announce five titles in just three years’ time. Four of those are out now, of which Escape Dead Island is the latest entry. While this iteration tries...
Fall 2014 seems to be all about the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Not only has Ubisoft released two full games on different platforms but also an IOs game, a companion app as well as a 2.5D action game. While the franchise had come to...
In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, the developers Infinitap Games bring us an insight into a damaged psyche through their newest offering which is aptly named; Neverending Nightmares. Neverending Nightmares is a 2D psychological horror...
Run and gun genres can be entertaining, but they’re also hard to innovate at times, even when action’s a-flying. Super Time Force Ultra tries, well retries, to put the boot to the standard running to one side and blasting everything...
Debuting in 2008, Street Fighter 4 was not only a worthy sequel to the franchise but also single-handedly brought the fighting game genre back from the dead The game has enjoyed six years of relevance and prosperity as well as four...
After a delay that lasted half a year, the game that stole the show at E3 2012 has finally graced us with its presence. With its E3 reveal, Watch Dogs promised a revolutionary open world gaming experience that not only featured...
Over the last decade, modern gaming landscape has been going through a particular drought in adventure games, however in recent years there has been trickle of adventure titles that have managed to come out, one such game is Memento Mori...
Finally, the series that essentially birthed the genre of first-person shooters has returned from a five year coma and has presented Wolfenstein: The New Order as the next gen version of the grandfather of first-person shooters. The...
What makes a video game is an abstract concept, as it’s hard to pin down, which is something Ether One tries to juggle with. It’s both a free, explorative world as it can be a puzzle adventure, forcing as little as possible on its...