The Super Smash Bros franchise is a legendary franchise. Since the very first game on Nintendo 64, it brings everything you know and love about Nintendo in one special place. Only one Smash game releases on every console, but this year we’ll be able to play the game on two different consoles. Today we tell […]
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Juju is probably the most cute platform game we’ve seen in a long time. It combines some traditional platforming with a flawless multiplayer experience. Although it’s meant to be played with children, gamers from all ages can enjoy playing it.
Since the launch of this generation consoles, the amount of remastered and definitive versions of past generation games has been huge. It’s the new hype in the industry and it doesn’t always work out. Metro Redux is a completely different story, you can even say it’s the light at the end of the tunnel. Redux […]
Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries is an upcoming indie that was featured in the ID@Xbox video at E3 and was playable for the first time as well during Gamescom. Since Woolfe is created in Belgium, there was a special event where fans could check out the game and play the Gamescom demo in Media Markt […]
The Sacred franchise is a great franchise but hasn’t got a lot of sequels at all. While we get a lot of Call of Duty’s and Assassin Creed’s, we rarely see a new release in the Sacred franchise. This changes with the release of Sacred 3… Too bad this isn’t the only big change we […]
The LEGO Company has a lot of franchises to create some games. Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Marvel… All of those worlds could be the setting for a new LEGO game. The newest LEGO game however, takes inspiration out of an in-house franchise: Ninjago. Let’s see how good those LEGO ninjas really are.
The Last of Us was without a doubt a game that surprised the entire world. It succeeded in delivering a very emotional story combined with solid gameplay. It was no surprise that the original game won over 200 industry awards. Now the game is remastered for PlayStation 4 but is it still worth playing?
Hyrule Warriors isn’t your traditional Zelda game. Instead of a classic Zelda game, it’s a crossover between the Dynasty Warriors franchise and the Legend of Zelda franchise. At first this might sound weird and farfetched, but in reality, the game is shaping up to deliver a special kind of fun.
One decision can make a whole difference and even one kill can save the life of a thousand. This is the feeling I got when I started playing Sniper Elite. Take a position, acquire my target, hold my breath and pull that trigger at the right moment but this overwhelming feeling of achieving greatness quickly […]
The Great War has been a major playground for a lot of first person shooter franchises and to be honest they’ve all looked and felt the same since decades. Ubisoft’s Valiant Hearts feels the exact opposite of all those other World War games. In fact it is by far the most original and touching take […]