Without wasting a lot of words, I can openly say that Bugbear Entertainmaint’s Wreckfest is well worth the purchase. You should buy it if you enjoy high-octane, physics-based racing simulators. The game does have some rough spots around the edges, such as the cursor tab sometimes not showing up when navigating the menus, or some of the menus failing to load properly, or some infrequent frame stuttering in a certain parts of the oval asphalt track where the infield comes into view. Continue reading “Wreckfest Review: A Real Racing Game For Real Racing Fans”
Behaviour Interactive really seems to work hard in finding new ways to keep gamers interested in their asymmetrical horror game, Dead By Daylight. The latest update set to go live in June is a collaboration with Konami that features Silent Hill content, specifically the Executioner, better known as Pyramid Head, and a brand new survivor in the form of Cheryl Mason. Continue reading “Dead By Daylight: Silent Hill Update Goes Live In June”
Metalhead Software’s Super Mega Baseball 3 is one of the few sports games released for this generation of home consoles and PC that isn’t a microtransaction cash-grab or a poorly reskinned annual outing used to subversively destroy the fabric of Western civilization. For those of you who picked up a copy and would like to exercise a little bit of your freedom to exploit the system, there are some cheats for that. Continue reading “Super Mega Baseball 3 Cheats Give You Super Score, Perfect Swings, Easy Strikeouts”
Team Junkish announced that Monstrum is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. The indie monster game originally came out back in 2015, but half a decade later the game is now available for home consoles. Continue reading “Monstrum, Survival-Horror Game Set On A Cargo Ship Launches On PS4, Xbox One, Switch”
Title: Hypercharge Unboxed
Players: 1 – 4 (split-screen, LAN and/or Online)
Genre: First-Person Shooter/Tower Defense
Platforms: PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One
Developer: Digital Cybercherries
Release Date: January 31st, 2020
Digital Cybercherries’ Hypercharge: Unboxed is one of the very rare releases in [current year] that is unapologetically designed for a specific audience: boys. There are no matriarchal messages in the game, no obnoxious female leaders barking orders at you over the intercom; no lesbians with half-shaven heads lecturing to you about toxic masculinity; no female soldiers yapping about equality, or rainbow-colored flags occupying the character customization options. Continue reading “Hypercharge Unboxed Review: An Action Game For Boys Without An Agenda”
You can’t convince some people of the truth even when you’re throwing the facts at them, straight toward their face.
- You can tell people that CD Projekt Red blatantly announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will be “really inclusive”, more language from the lexicon of Liberal Progressive propagandists, and people will ignore it, claiming that “cyberpunk fiction has always been diverse!”.
- You can tell people that CD Projekt Red removed the gender identifier texts from the character creation menu after ResetEra complained about not having “trans” and “non-binary” representation in Cyberpunk 2077, and people will justify it claiming “there’s nothing wrong with representation!”.
- You can even tell people that they apologized to SJWs for a harmless joke and fired a social media manager for angering ResetEra, and people will excuse it as “They just didn’t want to foster any controversy!”.
- And then you can tell people that CD Projekt Red changed default female ‘V’ from white to black, and people will defend it saying “Stop complaining, you can still create your own V!”. Continue reading “CD Projekt Red Boasts About Non-Polish Diversity Hires Working On Cyberpunk 2077”
Hangar 13 Studios and 2K Games are re-releasing the original 2002 outing of Mafia, which was a real game made by real developers for real gamers. Illusion Softworks’ iconic title was way ahead of its time when it released, and was a far more immersive game than GTA 3. The Mafia: Definitive Edition remake is set to launch on August 28th this summer. Continue reading “Mafia: Definitive Edition Remake Coming August 28th”
Sega’s Phantasy Star Online 2 will become available to pick up for PC via Windows 10 or the Microsoft Store on May 27th, 2020. However, the game itself is now available to download for free for those that happen to own an Xbox One. Continue reading “Phantasy Star Online 2 To Arrive On PC Via Windows 10 On May 27th, 2020”
Nacon and Cyanide Studios released the first gameplay trailer for Tour de France 2020, which is scheduled to release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on Steam for PC this summer. Continue reading “Tour de France 2020 Gameplay Trailer Previews Time Trial Challenge”
To call Anthem’s development cycle troubled, is putting it mildly. It was a development cycle plagued by mismanagement from executives and project leads who believed without a solid plan everything would just come together in the last months as it always had. Yet pushing politics was paramount to the project. A project the developers had no idea where it was going until the E3 2017 trailer dropped. Continue reading “Anthem’s Redesign Sees Team Shrunk For Effectively A New Game”
Italian developer Milestone announced that RIDE 4 is coming out this year, as they confirmed back in December of 2019. The latest news reveals that the release date is set for October 8th, 2020 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on Steam for PC. Continue reading “RIDE 4 Release Date Set For October 8th On PS4, Xbox One, Steam”
Arc System Works was planning on releasing Guilty Gear Strive for PC and home consoles sometime late this year. However, those plans have changed due to the current and ongoing pandemic, forcing the team to delay the upcoming fighting game. Continue reading “Guilty Gear Strive Gets Delayed To 2021 Due To Coronavirus Measures”