Most of us are familiar with some variation of the party game mafia. Some know it as Assassin, Werewolf, or Serial Killer. The game is very simple. People use some form of random selection like a hat full of names to decide who will be the killer; sometimes there is a medic, or a policeman;Continue reading “Town Of Salem”
In a world full of games that are created almost solely for online multiplayer, “Injustice 2” is a breath of fresh air. Though it features an online mode, it also allows play with the person across the couch, which is something that most games seem to have forgotten about. Injustice 2 is a pretty basicContinue reading “Injustice 2”
You pan your sighted machine gun across the inky-black room as a faint shadow runs across your vision off in the distance. You retreat slowly into a corner and crouch down, nervously reloading your rifle. Scanning the landscape for possible cover locations, you shoot a syringe full of adrenaline into your right arm toContinue reading “Playing Spies Vs. Mercs”
I’ve been experimenting with share factory lately. It’s an extremely interesting and effective piece of software for the PS4. I recommend that anyone with the capabilities to do so, check it out. This was m first edit longer than ten minutes, using the new operations map for battlefield one as footage. Enjoy!
For Honor is a new Ubisoft game, coming out on February 14th. Ironic considering the day’s theme, and its contrast with the general object of the game. For Honor has a fairly simple premise; standins for medieval england, Norway, and Japan are inexplicably thrust together. The warriors of the nations must fight for their ownContinue reading “For Honor: First Impressions”
Battlefield one is the excellent counter to Call of Duty’s infinite warfare, and a perfect answer to the longing of many gamers (myself included) to play a shooter that doesn’t cast them as a barely human cyborg, powered by cybernetic implants. It is the difficulty of BF1 that makes it so compelling. It is incrediblyContinue reading “Battlefield 1: The Change of Pace the Gaming World Has Been Waiting For”
Uncharted 4 is excellent, and to be perfectly honest, would be a great game even without its captivating narrative. The introduction of the rope to game-play, as well as some ante upping on stealth mode are wonderful additions. The game is perfectly paced. The intensity ramps up higher and higher as the story continues. FirefightsContinue reading “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End; a Fitting Goodbye to a Beloved Franchise”