THQ Nordic has just released its latest strategy game, Desperados 3, on the PC. Since the company has provided us with a review code, we’ve decided to capture some PC gameplay footage and 4K/Max settings screenshots from it. We’ll be also sharing our First Impressions of it. Continue reading Desperados 3 – First Impressions, Gameplay Footage & 4K Screenshots
Streets of Rage 4 is the next part in the legendary beat em up series that a lot of 16-bit fans were looking forward to. DotEmu has provided us with a review code, so you can read below our First Impressions of it. You can also find below a video, showing 9 minutes of PC gameplay footage. Continue reading Streets of Rage 4 – First Impressions + PC Gameplay Footage
In hindsight, 2009 was a great year to be a gamer. Several definitive I.P.’s had their first installment, a few superb sequels were released, and most studios were not afraid to get experimental with their games. It was during this year, next to masterworks like Batman: Arkham Asylum, Bayonetta and COD: Modern Warfare 2, a studio named Frozenbyte released their side-scrolling puzzle game, Trine. Continue reading Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince – First Impressions
Din’s Legacy is an action RPG with mutating characters, set in a dynamic, evolving, fantasy world. This new action RPG leaves Early Access on August 26th, and Soldak Entertainment has provided us with a review code. As such, below you can find a video showing 9 minutes of gameplay footage. Continue reading Din’s Legacy – First 9 minutes of 4K gameplay footage + First Impressions
The embargo for Metro Exodus has just been lifted and we can finally talk about this highly anticipated first-person title. And in case you’re wondering, yes; the game supports from the get-go both DLSS and real-time ray tracing RTX effects. As such, we can now share our first performance impressions of it. Continue reading Metro Exodus DLSS & real-time ray tracing RTX first performance impressions + comparison screenshots
The Private Beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 has been launched and since there isn’t any NDA, you can find below our initial performance impressions as well as some 4K and 1440p screenshots from it. As always, we’ve included MSI Afterburner in order to give you an idea of the game’s performance on our test PC machine. Continue reading First performance impressions and 4K screenshots from the Private Beta of The Division 2
The Closed Beta phase for Anno 1800 has been launched and since there isn’t any NDA, you can find below some 4K screenshots from it. As always, we’ve included MSI Afterburner in order to give you an idea of the game’s performance on our test PC machine. Continue reading First performance impressions and 4K screenshots from the Closed Beta of Anno 1800
I went into Fallout 76 sure I would hate it. I mean, instead of taking the effort to actually develop a proper story with actual characters, towns, and factions, it seemed like Bethesda just pushed something out with as little work as possible. “Every character is a real person” sounded like marketing garbage and an epic fail. Continue reading Fallout 76 First Impressions: Shockingly Fun!
About three weeks ago I read about Google’s new closed beta (United States only, sadly) game streaming technology. I find these new technologies fascinating, but what got me even more interested was the offer of full and free access to the latest Assassin’s Creed game for all beta participants (access ends January 2019)! Continue reading Google’s Project Stream: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Impressions
So…where should I start? Right, INSOMNIA: The Ark is not a good game, not a complete disaster but damn the game feels outdated. Of course this is not a Triple-A game, the goal on Kickstarter was seventy thousand US dollars and that was a couple years ago. Mono Studio are the developers behind the game and if I am not mistaken this is their first game. Published by Hero Craft which mostly publishes video games for mobile phones; honestly this feels like a mobile game and plays like a mobile game. Did I mention the game costs thirty dollars? No I didn’t because it sounds ridiculous. No one should pay more than ten dollars, at least as it is now. I am not saying this is the worst game ever but usually unfinished games do not cost more than ten dollars.