Destiny has certainly divided the gaming community, with a core group of dedicated Guardians playing week in, week out, up against a vocal and growing list of people unsure about the series' grand plan.
Our very own Kosta Andreadis has been Reefing it up to deliver the news on Bungie's newest addition to their divisive game. Is the news good, or bad?
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is awesome. It’s a defining game for this generation, and for open-world games in general. It’s visuals are a step above its peers and the sheer volume of content within its walls is almost baffling.
Still, it does miss a few things...
Another week another throwback. And this time we go way way back. To Zork, or to be exact, Return to Zork. The 1993 FMV-heavy reboot of the classic text adventure series first created in the late '70s. Zork, the sort of name that sounds familiar but you probably have no idea what it's about. Wizards and magic? Nope. More like fantasy towns populated by alcoholic rednecks and leather-vest-with-no-undershirt wearing blacksmiths.
It's widely known that a version of Doom 4 existed a few years back that id Software cancelled because it didn't "feel like Doom". Now, footage of what was going to make up part of a trailer for this version of Doom 4 has surfaced, and well, it definitely doesn't feel like Doom. In fact it looks like a completely different game.
The cute life sim of console games, dominated by Nintendo's Animal Crossing or Altus' Harvest Moon has never been available to PC gamers completely, but thankfully now Stolen Couch Games (best studio name ever) has just released Castaway Paradise, utterly influenced by the aforementioned franchises.
GI.biz has reported that a suit filed by Gearbox Software against 3D Realms and developer Interceptor Entertainment over the development of "Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction", has been settled by all parties.