New Batman Arkham Knight gameplay footage was recently released and this game really does teaches the old dog new tricks. The freeflow combat has been expanded to take advantage of Batman’s new suit functions, enemy’s weapons and more ways to defend yourself. The gliding looks like it has a better sense of control than before and the Batmobile does a great job of getting you in and out of it quickly. This game is really putting out all of the stops. Let’s see where how far Arkham Knight will take the Dark Knight..
After a two week delay the second episode of Life is Strange is out. I had some worries about this game because it didn’t show you any real consequences of your decisions. Does Episode 2 show off the potential of the game’s writing.
Life is Strange Episode 2 is almost here and we will be treated to the strange adventures of Max with her colorful and cheesy commentary. This trailer is way more than we got in the short preview at the end of Episode 1 and it looks awesome. This game looks great, has good production values and managed to be very compelling with out showing us to much of the bigger picture. I have high hopes for this series.
The sequel to the most fun and interesting skateboarding game in years has come back ready for more. OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood is bigger, better and more challenging/punishing than ever. Are you ready for the challenge? Continue reading →
A home demo for Final Fantasy XV was released with the purchase of Final Fantasy Type-0 this week. I got my hands on the demo and played through it the other day. Is Final Fantasy XV something that fans should be worried about?
Jason Voorhees has become the latest horror movie icon to become a playable character for the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. Freddy Krueger has a quick character with a lot of tools in Mortal Kombat 9. I wonder if Jason will have the same level of threat. Continue reading →
White Night came to our attention with its unique film noir horror theme. This indie horror game looks to have more console penetration as where most of the most interesting horror games from indies mainly live on PC. Does this artsy horror game stand up to the horror games heavy hitters on the PC?
Kirby Canvas Curse was an early DS game that really took advantage of the touch screen as a primary controller. It was a very unique game but fit Kirby and his world and sadly wasn’t revisited until now. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse brings Kirby’s rolling adventures back, bigger and better than ever, sporting a new art style to boot. Will this return be a success or is the game cursed to fail.
We’re soon approaching the end of the Arkham series with all of Batman’s rogue gallery arming themselves to finally bring down the bat. Batman has been in these situations before but with the Arkham Knight looming over the city will Batman win the night?