Stealth game alumni no doubt know who (or what) Sneaky Bastards is, but in case you don't, it's a dedicated forum-turned-magazine-turned-development-branch celebrating all games stealth. Creator Dan Hindes, who is also the Australian editor of Gamespot, has just launched a Kickstarter campaign for his stealth-platformer, Wildfire, and we urge you to get on board.
Forgetting the dropping of "Fast" from its title (sort of), Furious 7 is still sating fans of the long-running street-racing/action movie series, and now transcends the silver-screen as its starring cast -- the 1970 Dodge Charger, the 2014 Maserati Ghibli S and the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, to name a few -- have landed on the Forza Horizon 2 open-world playing field.
I remember playing the absolute death out of the Harvest Moon franchise on the N64, and so know and understand the triumphs and euphoria associated with successful videogame crop growth. So I'll also be diving headfirst into the hay-bail of fun Farming Simulator 15 is going to bring to consoles next month.
Stunning. Amazing. Insanely detailed. Gorgeous. In terms of scope, the newly released gameplay trailer for The Witcher 3 is nothing short of breathtaking. Clocking in at under 5 minutes you'd be hard pressed to find a single dull moment. In fact, you'll be saying things like "Wow, that looks nuts", "Yikes, is that an arm coming out of that witch-thing's bag?" and "Did Geralt just use magic to remove that lady's top?"
Yeah, unless you haven't heard of the game before, that headline can be a little... weird. I Am Bread sees the player embodying a slice of bread whose end goal is to be toasted, but to get to a toasting device, the flimsy slice will travel a gauntlet of real-world obstacles and impediments. You should probably just watch the trailer to understand what I'm talking about.