When it comes to modern First-Person-Shooters, the competitive multiplayer scene has been changing drastically, with shooters leaning farther towards the extremes of arcade or realistic gameplay. Classic Arena shooters like Quake Champions or Doom are making a resurgence, and realistic shooters like Squad or Insurgency…
Hunt: Showdown is a game that was quietly revealed by Crytek way back in 2014, but due to development issues, the game went back to stage one in mid 2016. In the past year, its turned into what seems like a Co-Op/PvP First Person Horror Rogue-lite monster hunter. Yeah, its that big.
Competitive realistic shooter Insurgency is going to a whole new level in its sequel Insurgency: Sandstorm with a new engine, a campaign with up to 4 player co-op, light combat vehicles, bigger and more complicated map design, and even a new ballistics system.
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From its current UNIQLO deal, to its Vans deal from 2016, Nintendo’s third party clothing has been absolutely fantastic in fashion, quality, and even pricing.
A brand new mod for Fallout 4 which is making splashes across the modding scene, Pilgrim, makes sweeping changes to the atmosphere of the Commonwealth. Rather than the happy-go-lucky soundtrack of Dion’s The Wanderer and a bright landscape, Pilgrim has vault dwellers met by screams of terror in the distance and…
New World Interactive’s pseudo-prequel to Insurgency, a PC sleeper hit, Day of Infamy, does absolutely nothing to change the formula for WWII shooters, but I would be lying if I said it wasn’t any fun.
Freelance game critic and Ludotempus editor Ben McCurry resigned from game review site Brash Games this week when he published a quickly-taken-down review of Pac-man 256 that actually served as a list of grievances against his former employer and editor, Paul Ryan.
Frank Miller and Lynn Varley’s 300 worked in tandem with Zack Snyder’s adaptation of the film to create one of the closest examples to a perfect movie adaptation of a comic book.
Korean PC Bangs place in Overwatch are a primary source of contention, allowing Koreans to play games in a public setting, not having to pay for their own desktops or games while also allowing for a flood of hackers.
Club Penguin, the browser-based, ultra-kid-friendly, Disney-run MMO, is shutting down servers on March 29. Can you hear that? That’s the sound of a million hearts breaking at once.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore a secret government research facility inhabited by sentient corn and a angry russian robot teddy bear named Vladdy; all created by a Donald Trump impersonator? Maize has got you covered... or at least it does for a short while.
The Nintendo Switch had a lot of its big launch features announced today including an HD Rumble Pack, a new Mario game called Super Mario Odyssey, and full cow-milking capabilities. A lot of huge information was looked over tonight, so here’s the biggest bits of info people aren’t talking about right now.
Warhammer games, as plentiful as they are, can have some pretty good ideas. Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide provided for a fast paced, well polished fun time with friends, and Warhammer 40k Space Marines had wonderfully violent and meaty gameplay against intelligent AI. Space Hulk: Deathwing is none of these things.
According to Steam Spy’s yearly Steam data analysis, the top 25 selling games of 2016 included Indie titles like Stardew Valley and Rust, but Call of Duty was nowhere to be found.
I play a lot of games. Its kind of my thing—knowing as much as I can about whats going on in video games today and getting the chance to experience as many as I can before I have a real job where I only have an hour or two to play games every other day.
Puppetry has provided entertainment and education for children and adults alike, dating back as far as 2,000 BC in Egypt. Today, most think of shows like The Muppets or Sesame Street, but do they know the faces behind the hands controlling those puppets?
The Dwarves is a unique adaptation to the book of the same name that provides for an entertaining experience, albeit a flawed combat system.
“Battle cries, on strike! Creature noises, on strike! Death screams, on strike! Actors, on strike!”