Sea of Thieves Review: Pirate Booty or Fools Gold?

  Rarely, (yes I made a Rare pun) do I ever get the chance to review a pirate game and the last great pirate game I can remember playing was Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. I remember playing that game and thinking “someone should do a massive open-world adventure game as a pirate” So, low and behold Rare decided to fulfill my dreams of being a pirate, in their latest game, Sea of Thieves but … Read more

Starbound – A Truly Beautiful Game

What is Starbound? Starbound is a 2D pc game currently in development by a small company called Chuckle Fish. As of yet there has been no release date. For the graphics, they are very close to a big 2D hit which has been out for a long time and has shaped 2D games we see today, this hit is called Terraria. The videos which have been posted on their Facebook show the games quirky and … Read more

PC Game Review: Anna is Scary for all the Wrong Reasons

Zombies, ghouls and other nightmarish creatures can hardly scare savvy gamers who’ve had their fair share of confrontation with monsters. Horror games that rely more on atmosphere and build up tension gradually are more likely to bring shivers down our spines than an endless slaughtering of fiends. It is obvious that this is what the developers of Anna had in mind, but the way they chose to implement this concept leaves a lot to be … Read more

Hone Your Magical Powers in Sorcery

Two years in the making and building up hype with each presentation, Sorcery is finally here and promises to immerse gamers into a world of magic that will make the wait worthwhile. Developed by The Workshop and published by SEGA, Sorcery will require a PlayStation Move which makes it a bit restrictive. As far as video games go, this one proudly sits among the better ones and if you were pondering about investing in a PlayStation … Read more

Walking Dead’s different take on zombie games

If you are looking for something different from Walking Dead: The Game and hope for more than bashing skulls, you won’t regret playing this title. This is one of the few zombie games that don’t involve excessive and gratuitous violence, but revolve around solid narratives. Players are invited to discover each setting and get to know every character, instead of blazing their way to objectives that mean little to them.           … Read more

Batman: Arkham City Leaves Players Hungry for More

From the first attempts of creating a videogame revolving around DC Comics’ super hero, Batman entered a downward spiral, and it seemed like it’s only a matter of time before he’ll hit rock bottom, so Arkham Asylum presented the best chance for redemption. It was probably the best video game ever featuring Batman, so Rocksteady seized the opportunity and built on the immersive narrative and captivating gameplay. Batman: Arkham City was initially released for consoles … Read more

DVD Review: Troll Hunter

[easyazon_image asin=”B0051T47NQ” alt=”Trollhunter” src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51SCh6OZtwL.jpg” align=”right” width=”300″ height=”369″]Troll Hunter (Trolljegeren) is an adventure/comedy/fantasy directed by André Øverdal, and written by André Øverdal and Harvard S. Johansen. The film stars Otto Jespersen, Robert Stoltenberg, and Knut Nærum in a film where a group of students investigates a series of mysterious bear attacks, but learns that there are more dangerous “things” going on. “On October 13, 2008, Filmkameratene AS received an anonymous package with two hard discs containing 283 minutes … Read more