Like most role-playing games, character creation in The Elder Scrolls Online is an involved process… perhaps too involved.
We already saw the company’s grand debut on the Xbox One, but how does the experience hold up on the Xbox 360?
Randomized brutality seems to be all the rage with indie games as of late. The iOS adaptation of the PC hit FTL: Faster Than Light takes the harsh elements of the sci-fi roguelike and brings them to touch platforms everywhere, allowing more gamers than ever before to relish in the feeling of having their spaceships repeatedly obliterated by a harsh, uncaring universe.
There's a devious glint in your eye, and a song of mischief in your heart. You may claim to like things as they are, but anyone with a brain could see the thing you wish for, more than anything else, is to be a goat. Well, thanks to Coffee Stain Studios' Goat Simulator, now you, too can goat, and you can goat with gusto. While its title might imply some hardcore simulated goating action, in truth, this wild indie title is has so much more to offer.
While its predecessors are known for their grand sense of freedom, Blackgate tries to compensate for its lack of large-scale exploration with a small-scale price... and small-scale fun.
Put on your waders, folks, because we're about to push through some of the biggest, stinkiest, worst-reviewed piles of crap this century's ever seen. These are the Worst Reviewed Games of the 21st Century.
The impact of ‘Game of Thrones’ on the world of popular culture is, at this point, undeniable. Thanks to the success of the HBO program, what began as a series of brutal fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin has transformed into a multimedia juggernaut, with the latest entry being the iOS title, Game of Thrones: Ascent. If you've played a social game before, you probably have a good idea of what's in store for you here, although there are a few noteworthy differences to keep your interest piqued.
Duodecim. NOL. The Six Heroes. The Black Beast. If you don't know what any of these terms mean, you probably haven't been keeping up with the BlazBlue series of fighting games from Arc System Works. Hell, even if you have been keeping up with the BlazBlue games you still may not know what these terms mean, as the series seems to relish obfuscating its fast-paced gameplay with extraneous details, and nowhere is that more evident than with its newest entry— BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma.
Tetris creator Alexey Pajitnov has put his fiendish Russian puzzle-making skills to work again to bring the world System Link, a cerebral new brain-teaser for iOS. Tetris is a hard legacy to live up to, but if there's anyone capable of matching the genius of that seminal work, it's the man who created it.
Zombie. Ninja. Cyborg. When coming up with the concept for Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, it seems like the development team over at Tecmo Koei were just reaching for whatever pop culture trends they could find and merged them together to create their new hack and slash. This spin-off of the unforgiving, but rewarding, Ninja Gaiden series features a new hero, new look, and drastically different gameplay, but it forgot to include the one thing the previous Ninja Gaiden games had: fun.