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Review: Disney Infinity 3.0 – Marvel Battlegrounds

Disney Infinity 3.0 is a huge success, with new figurines offering the best of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars in one bundle. Until now, Star Wars was the main focus of Disney Infinity 3.0 but that’s about to change in Marvel Battlegrounds. It’s time to call in the Avengers and their friends and enemies; it’s time to enter the arena!


Review: Hitman: Episode 2

“A murder in paradise” would suit the new episode of Hitman perfectly. With the pleasant release of the first episode of Hitman in March, we knew we were in for a treat with the next episodes. The last episode was a decent start to this episodic release game but it didn’t really live up to the past game experiences of “agent 47”. The first episode got a “tech demo” vibe to it, showing off the new “Opportunities” system. It backfired a little since this murder improvisation system was followed by the amount of disguises. Let’s see if this game can remind us of the real hitman that we truly love…


Impressions: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta

When you say “Game Beta”, you immediately think “Multiplayer Beta” because… That’s what Betas are for right? To test the Multiplayer, the servers, getting rid of some possible glitches, exploits and bugs, etc…

So why does a game that is singleplayer exclusive have a Beta? I asked myself that question while I played Dark Souls 3 during the time that it took for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst to download. Now the boss-man had asked for to make an impressions vid, so I complied. I set up my Elgato and waited for the game to install.


Impressions: Gears of War 4 Beta

The Gears of War Beta will officially kick off in a couple of days but we got the chance to test it already. It’s been a while since we’ve entered the universe of Gears of War and this fourth episode is destined to set the cover-based third-person shooter back on the map. Gears 4 will house some innovations but this beta experience felt extremely familiar, combining the gorgeous graphics of the Ultimate Edition with the solid controls of Gears of War 3.


Indie Corner: Blues and Bullets – ep. 2

Blues and Bullets is an episodic game and those who’ve played the first episode have been waiting long months for this second episode to finally release. Blues and Bullets Episode 2: Shaking the Hive takes us to the dark and interesting world of Eliot Ness and his nemesis/partner Al Capone once more. It’s great to be back in town but due to the time between the releases of both episodes, it might be wise to play episode once again. That being said, Shaking the Hive delivers that same great atmosphere combined with an interesting story.


Impressions: Killer Instinct Season 3

The newest season of Killer Instinct has officially started and this time, it’s a doozy. Season three of Killer Instinct has kicked off with four new characters, three new stages and a complete graphical overhaul, which makes Season 3 the most ambitious. And while the season only just started I’m going to take a look at what’s here.


Indie Corner: Dungeon of the Endless

Dungeon of the Endless, a mashup of different game genres that will easily draw you into its enjoyable and yet frustrating world without holding your hand through the whole process, which is a blade that cuts on both sides. Dungeon of the Endless is specified as a dungeon defense game which means it’s a mix of dungeon crawling, tower defense gameplay and somewhat RPG elements. The game has already been out for a couple of months on the PC but now it’s released as an Xbox One downloadable game, let’s find out if the game is any good or it can blast off into space…


Impressions: Doom Beta

Nowadays we have a wide variety of FPS games from run-and-gun to team-based tactics and even military simulators with high realism involved. But today we are looking at a reboot of a game that can be put on a list of shooters that gave birth to the FPS genre. I’m off course talking about Doom! Pitting you up against demons and hellfire with a wide diversity of blood splattering weapons we take a look at what ID Software is trying to do with an old school shooter brought back from the depths of hell itself.


Review: Adam’s Venture Origins

To find a good puzzle adventure game today is a hard task to complete. A game that only offers an exclusive story with different mind-bending puzzles without any combat mechanics or a sense of deep exploration, often isn’t enough to stand out amongst other action-puzzle- adventure games like the Uncharted and Tomb Raider series. “Adam’s Venture: Origins” isn’t really trying to compete with these big titans on the market as some people might think, but it wants to be a standalone enjoyable game that takes you back to a place where games were just simple reworks of existing puzzles set in a fantasy environment. You can compare it with “Lost Horizon”. The game succeeds in bringing an old game genre back but because of the weak story and dull characters, it will lose some of its potential to create a returning community.


Indie Corner: Tachyon Project

The Tachyon Project is another twin-stick shooter that wants to bring something new to the table with a story mode. That’s right, this isn’t your regular twin-stick shooter; Tachyon Project brings you to the world of professional hackers. You’re gathering important information by shooting down the anti-viruses in your environment. Sound fun, but is it actually enjoyable? Time to find out.