Need For Speed has been in a slump in recent years. The series is now helmed by EA Ghost (Ghost Games) and none of the latest games are as well received as Underground, the original Most Wanted in 2005 or Hot Pursuit 2010. After the disappointing release of Need For Speed 2015 the team took a one year break. Rather than just make a better Need For Speed 2015, they announced Need For Speed Payback, featuring a story of betrayal and packed with action.
Or so it seems. While early promotion materials suggest this is a departure from the last game, it is in fact just a better Need For Speed 2015. There are significant improvements made, addressing a lot of past fan feedback and [...]
The intro cinematic of Gran Turismo Sport left me wondering. While intros of past games celebrate the cars first, here we are introduced to the early days of motorsport, and when the cinematic starts proper, there is a new theme replacing Moon Over The Castle, the staple theme of yore.
As Gran Turismo Sport is readying themselves for “the next 100 years of motorsport”, they are shedding away the past 20 years of car collecting and expansive single-player experience to focus on the online multiplayer.
This is a bold move that will surely alienate a lot of fans of the series, but they also have raised another new bar for racing games in the process.
Latest Android/IOS game from Square Enix recently released on Google Playstore. So we would like to bring the goodness of JRPG on handheld devices into a review.
To start off with the game, let’s talk about the graphics. Since today is 2017 where everything displayed super smooth with x16FXAA and blowing off with an ultra-high resolution texture with blasting 144+ fps. Considering Android/IOS games nowadays are extremely popular due to capabilities of mobile devices. Within my point of view, the graphics of the game is A- O.K. It’s good but not terrible to an extreme PS1 level, as it’s almost resembles to PSP’s graphic generation.
What’s better than doing a reiew on one of the best headphones in the market? Why by doing three of their finest headphones in one review.
Madness? Probably. But it’s three of Sennheiser’s best compared together in rigorous testing in real life condition. So in the stands, we have the Sennheiser GSP series 300 and 350 along with the highly sought after Game Zero. Two weeks with these three and I have a clear picture of which I prefer the most.Hardware
These review unit headphones aren’t exactly slouches in their highly competitive category. Especially the highly popular Game Zero pair, used by many Youtubers, streamers and e-sport athletes as the best out of all [...]
Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor could have been seen as just another Assassin’s Creed clone. But its Nemesis System elevates it to be one of the best games in 2014- a generally drab year for gaming as we transition into a new console generation (check our review here). The sequel, Middle-earth: Shadow Of War, should be able to top its predecessor easily.
Shadow Of War turned out to be a good game, but after months of bad press- the mishandling of a DLC meant to honor a developer that passed away, the way developers Monolith try to justify some odd changes to the Lord Of The Rings lore, and of course, the inclusion of loot boxes with micro-transactions, have soured many [...]
TT Games have made a strong reputation at making Lego games. Their breakthrough success with Lego Star Wars have paved the way of over 30 different Lego games of around 10 years. Not only they are making original Lego games, but they still remain doing movie tie-ins now that Lego movies are a thing.
Enter The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game. The Ninjago line of Lego products have seen mainstray success, which warrants it seasons of animated TV series and now a full movie with a touch of the formula established in the first Lego movie. The video game follows the movie’s plot, bringing the classic 3D platforming with some new additions to the formula.
Overall it is a [...]