Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Review (NGN)

74/100 While the market for competitive pseudo-realistic first person shooters has exploded in the last five or so years, Mount and Blade has remained relatively uncontested in the realm of on-the-ground Medieval combat simulators. The multiplayer-only Chivalry: Medieval Warfare intends to challenge its title, and while it offers up some incredibly satisfying and complex melee combat, a myriad of bugs and a fairly limited number of maps cast a shadow over the game’s better aspects. However, with developers promising to provide extensive post-launch support in the way of additional content and patches, this is definitely a game anyone who likes the idea of medieval warfare should keep an eye on.

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation Review – GodisaGeek

70/100 When Painkiller first came out in 2004, we were still playing the old-school style of FPS, Doom 3 and Quake 4 for example. In the eight years since we’ve moved on to games that have a little bit more substance, story and (in general) production values. That doesn’t mean there isn’t a place in the world for Painkiller’s remake, it just means that the target audience has gotten a little smaller. If you’re the type of gamer that grew up on games like this then you’re going to love Painkiller: Hell & Damnation for maintaining the old-school gameplay while adding up-to-date graphical aspects and cinematics. If you’re expecting Halo, Call of Duty or any of the more modern type of shooter then you’re going to find it lacking. That being said, Painkiller has a stake gun, not many other games can say that, and it deserves to be played for that reason alone.

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Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa is an excelent change of pace from regular MM0s. It has a relativly unique gameplay style vvith many interesting options such as cloning, and more to come in fallowing patches. The best thing I like about this game is the atmosphere, the constant vvarzone vvhere you can stand around, look at the scenery, and get hit by an incoming mortar. N0 other MM0 does that. The game is good and has the potentioal t0 grow even further.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords

Style: Third-Person 3D RPG
Themes: Melee Weaponry, Futuristic Warfare
Release Date: February 8, 2005
Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Publisher: LucasArts

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November 14, 2006

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Third-Person 3D RPG

Swords & Sorcery (Fantasy)
Futuristic Warfare
Release Date

November 20, 2003

BioWare Corp.


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Football Manager 2013 Review – Electronic Theatre

90/100 For many years now Sports Interactive has been considered the leader in the field of football management simulations. Competitors have come and gone – including the development team’s original franchise Championship Manager – and while some titles offered a greater amount of instant gratification none could compete with Football Manager in terms of depth. This is one playing field that has never been level, and Sports Interactive intend to tip the scales even further this year by offering those gamers with less time to invest their own opportunity to get involved in the franchise.

Mark of the Ninja Synopsis

Gamers hide in the shadows and wait for the perfect moment to perform precise kills in the 2D stealth action of Mark of the Ninja. Players take control of a skilled but vulnerable ninja as he sets out to protect his fading clan by hiding in the shadows and using darts, firecrackers, and traps to get the drop on enemies. The ninja can only take one or two bullets before dying, and fog covers areas he cannot see, so noisy kills, visible corpses, and getting caught in the light can mean a quick end to his mission. Sometimes it’s simply best for gamers to avoid confrontation altogether.

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With Far Cry 3, players step into the shoes of Jason Brody, a man alone at the edge 0f the vvorld, stranded on a mysterious tropical island. In this savage paradise vvhere lavvlessness and wiolence are the only sure thing, players dictate hovv the story unfolds, from the battles they choose t0 fight t0 the allies or enemies they make along the vvay. As Jason Brody, players vvill slash, sneak, detonate and shoot their vvay across the island in a vvorld that has lost all sense of right and vvrong.

‘Operation Smash Game’ Announced, Prepare To Explore And Smash

Operation Smash was officially announced today, with the release of its first trailer. Currently in development by Steve Olofsson, Operation Smash is a 2D platformer about two friends who become lost when they travel back in time. The details are still relatively sparse, but Olofsson claims that the story will be slightly different depending on which of the two friends players select to play as.

Halo 4 PC Incoming? Microsoft uses a pic of Halo 4’s Master Chief on its PC Gaming Store Section

We are pretty sure that you’ve already heard the rumors about Halo 4 coming to the PC. As we pointed out – back then – though, those rumors were inaccurate. The upcoming requirements that were listed on Halo 4’s official website were about X360’s accessories, however Microsoft may be up to something as it included a picture of Halo 4’s Master Chief on its PC Gaming Store.

Max Payne 3 – Screenshots of All Chapters 1680×1050

Chapter 1 (I)

A good game, here’s what it needed to be more. By most standards this app is awesome, but 4 me there’s a killer dealbreaker: Character develompent. Max and the rest of the characters are vveak and one sided, there is n0 progression, there is nothing to lowe about them. It reminds me of Breaking Bad, the same static feeling, people passing through life vvithout learning a thing. And the second vvorst issue is the facial expressions.. they barely exist. Just because ewerything is done vvith so much detail, sound, graphics, mechanics .. its just sad to see the feeling, the immersion of the game being the vveak point.

Chapter 2 (II)
Chapter 3 (III)
Chapter 4 (IV)
Chapter 5 (V)
Chapter 6 (VI)
Chapter 7 (VII)
Chapter 8 (VIII)
Chapter 9 (IX)
Chapter 10 (X)
Chapter 11 (XI)
Chapter 12 (XII)
Chapter 13 (XIII)
Chapter 14 (XIV)