Sections

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days review round-up

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 15:16 GMT By Joe Anderson

dog days

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days hit the US yesterday and will release later this week in the UK, so with reviews starting to come in, it may be time for you to consider if this title is for you or if you’re saving your cash for Mafia II next week.

So far, ratings have been fairly average with Destructoid awarding the lowest score, Game Informer calling it worse than its predecessor, and Gamespot calling it better.

Which is right and which is wrong?  Let the ratings decide.

As usual, if you have any reviews you would like us to add to the list,  please leave a link in the comments field below.

Thanks, mington.

Latest

  • Ouya scores $10 million cash injection – rumour

    Ouya has been granted a new lease on life thanks to a hefty investment. Ouya games and software may be added to Alibaba’s set top box following a $10 million investment, according to rumours out of the financial world. The Wall Street Journal cited “people familiar with the matter” for the news. No further details […]

  • Chinese console trial to expand nation-wide

    China will open its borders to video game consoles. Last year, the Chinese government allowed a trial of video game console sales in Shanghai, ending a 14 year ban. Bloomberg reports the trial went well enough that China has elected to allow the business nation-wide. Platform holders still have to wait on local governments, who […]

  • 3DS life to date sales top 50 million, Wii U at 9.2 million

    Nintendo has released update hardware life to date sales figures. According to figures released in Nintendo’s latest financial briefing, the 3DS has sold over 50 million units, and spawned 215 million software sales. The poor old Wii U is still languishing at under 10 million hardware sales, with 52 million software sales to its name. […]

  • Destiny heavy ammo bug to be fixed, probably won’t break everything else

    Praise the Sunbro, Bungie is finally going to fix the heavy ammo bug in Destiny. If Destiny has one bug that has gone too long unresolved, it’s the heavy ammo issue. For quite a while now Guardians wearing armour that increased heavy ammo capacity have found their supply emptied whenever they respawn, return to orbit […]

  • Super Smash Bros. joins Nintendo’s million-sellers list

    Nintendo maintains a list of current games it likes to call its “million-sellers” collection. Every time Nintendo briefs its investors on financial happenings for the year, it updates this list with the latest and greatest titles. This quarter saw both versions of Super Smash Bros. join the likes of Super Mario 3D Land, Animal Crossing: […]

  • MLB 15 The Show continues year-to-year saves, has real time sun and shadows

    MLB 15 The Show is going to be oodles better than last year’s effort, judging by a list of planned improvements. SCE San Diego has released a list of features and improvements coming to MLB 15 The Show. For those keen on the franchise the news that year-to-year saves are making a return is an […]

  • Nintendo outlines 3DS and Wii U release dates for the upcoming year

    Nintendo has published a list of release dates for upcoming 3DS and Wii U games. There aren’t a great many surprises on offer, unfortunately, but if you’rew wondering what’s next for your faithful 3DS and Wii U, you can now consider yourself fully informed. It’s worth noting that these dates are subject to change, and […]

  • Majora’s Mask Hyrule Warriors DLC is just too, too cute

    Majora’s Mask might be the creepiest Zelda but its Hyrule Warriors incarnation is so adorable I don’t know whether to eat it or tuck it up in a little blankey. The Majora’s Mask DLC hits Hyrule Warriors is due on February 5, and includes a version of young Link so sweet that I need a […]

  • Fahrenheit remaster doesn’t play nicely with unusual Steam names, apparently

    Fahrenheit will reportedly not work for you if you have special characters in your Steam name. Fahrenheit, or Indigo Prophecy as it is sometimes known, has been re-released on iOS, Linux, Mac and PC thanks to Aspyr Media. It’s not much of an upgrade, but it is pretty cheap and a great way to experience […]

  • Bloodborne PS4 bundle pops up on Amazon Spain

    Bloodborne should definitely get its own PS4 bundle. It just makes sense. A Bloodborne PS4 bundle has popped up online, although there’s been no official announcement form Sony. Amazon Spain listed the pack, which includes a 500GB console and goes for €440. In other words it’s very similar to existing game bundles and doesn’t include […]

  • Ermac joins Mortal Kombat X cast

    Mortal Kombat X will see the return of the red-clad ninja with origins in myth and glitches. Today’s Mortal Kombat X Twitch stream made good on NetherRealm’s promise of a new roster reveal. As a few of you guessed from the teasers, the latest character to be announced is Ermac, another of the ninjas. Like […]

  • Badland: Game of the Year Edition coming this spring to multiple platforms

    Frogmind Games has announced it will be bringing its action-adventure game Badland to multiple platforms this spring with Badland: Game of the Year Edition. Initially released in 2013 on tablets, the game is a mix of physics-based gameplay with varying level designs and power-up featuring cloning, growing and slowing down time. Badland is set in […]

  • Star Wars Battlefront concept art shows Endor, map details teased

    With Star Wars Battlefront set for holiday 2015, it’s high time we were told something about the FPS. Today, a slight bit of information was released on the game, along with a piece of concept art. Finally. While we wait until spring for the first look at the game, we’ll have to be sated with […]

  • You can now catch Emboar and Serperior in Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

    Two new Pokemon are now available for Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire through the official Pokemon website’s special event. You can pick up the fire, fighting type Pokemon Emboar from January 28 – November 30, per IGN, using the special code POKEMON500. Enter it into the Mystery Gift section from the main game menu to […]

  • Fight demons, save the world in The Awakened Fate Ultimatum this March

    A new set of videos for The Awakened Fate Ultimatum have been released by NIS America, showing off the roguelike RPG coming to PlayStation 3. In the game, player will guide a high school student named Shin Kamikaze as he comes to term with being a god. After having a dream featuring a girl talking […]

  • You can now pick up Heroes of Might & Magic 3 HD Edition on PC, tablets

    Heroes of Might & Magic 3 HD Edition is now available on PC as well as Android and iOS tablets. The fifteen year-old title has been revamped in full HD and includes the seven original campaign scenarios and 48 skirmish maps. Local multiplayer mode, a map editor and a Steam lobby are also included.

  • 50 finalists for Bohemia Interactive’s Make Arma Not War contest announced

    The 50 finalists for Bohemia Interactive’s €500,000 Make Arma Not War contest have been announced, after the firm combed through over 250 entries. Finalists chosen in the single-player category were chosen by Arma 3 players, and the add-on and multipkayer entries were selected by Bohemia Interactive. Winners for the next round will be evaluated by […]

  • Here’s a new batch of gruesome Killing Floor 2 screenshots

    Tripwire Interactive has released a new batch of screenshots for Killing Floor 2. The screens show various weapons as well as a variety of Zeds ready to tear you to shreds. Killing Floor 2 is slated for release this year on PC and PlayStation 4. It will also be made available for SteamOS.

  • Hatred is now available for pre-order, new video released

    Hatred is now available for pre-order through the game’s official website. There are two editions to choose from: Digital version with the official game soundtrack for €16.66; or the Digital version with the game soundtrack and a T-shirt for €36.66. The second edition is limited to 1,485 units. Hatred, which was handed an AO rating […]

  • This The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D TV spot is sort of creepy

    With The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D arriving on the first Friday the 13th of the year, it’s only fitting Nintendo would release a slightly creepy TV spot for it. The game’s concept is rather dark, and while it the commercial isn’t too creeptastic, for as short as it is the message is conveyed […]

  • GTA 5 “documentary” chronicles the life of a Tennis Pro

    Here’s another user created video featuring footage from GTA 5, but this one is a documentary instead of crazy stunts, mayhem and face-plants. Created by Bombastic Gamer Films, the documentary delves into the life of Tennis Pro Andreas Schmovakovic, who is both the “greatest player in the world, and the worst.” It’s rather good honestly. […]

  • World of Tanks Xbox 360 updated with console exclusive Pacific Island map, JapaneseChi-Nu Kai tank

    World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition has been updated with a new and exclusive console-only map called “Pacific Island”, which also comes with a Japanese tank. Players will be able to wreck havoc in their very own Japanese Chi-Nu Kai tank, which ca be picked up through the in-game store for Tier 5. It tank […]

  • Here’s the first trailer for OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood

    Roll 7 has released the first trailer for OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood. Gameplay in the second outing will include ramps, jumps and hills, allowing for plenty of air and split level routes. It comes with a deeper combo system with Manuals, Reverts, Revert Manuals and Grind Switching. The ‘Tricktionary’ has also been updated with new […]

  • Learn all about the single-player mode in this Evolve video

    A video showing off the single-player portion of Evolve has been released by 2K and Turtle Rock. All content in the game can be played in either online multiplayer or offline in single-player. The video below contains two matches of Defend mode played from both the Monster and Hunter perspective. AI obviously takes on the […]

  • Super Smash Bros. Wii U update comes with 15 extra stages

    An update for Super Smash Bros. Wii U has been released, and it comes with 15 new stages for the 8-player mode. The update, version 1.0.2., is 316MB in size and the stages are split with nine normal stages and six Omega stages. Here’s the list: Regular stages Animal Crossing – Smashville Animal Crossing – […]

  • Nintendo US eShop update includes Metroid Prime Trilogy, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. demo

    Nintendo has updated the North American end of the eShop with the Metroid Prime Trilogy, Shadow of the Ninja on Virtual Console and a demo for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. Here’s your update: Metroid Prime: Trilogy – Wii U Rock ’N Racing Off Road – Wii U Frenchy Bird – Wii U Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. – […]

  • Battlefield Hardline open beta takes place next week on all systems

    Details and dates for the Battlefield Hardline open multiplayer beta were announced by EA and Visceral Games today. From February 3-8, the beta will be available to all players worldwide on Origin for PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. You’ll notice that the dates coincide with the Microsoft slip up earlier in […]

  • Transistor, Yakuza 4, Thief headline February PS Plus offerings

    Sony has announced your free PlayStation Plus games for the month of February. Come February 3 in North America and February 4 in Europe, Plus members on both side of the pond will be gifted with the following: Transistor (PS4) Apotheon (PS4) Yakuza 4 (PS3) Thief (PS3) Rogue Legacy (PS Vita|PS4|PS3) Kick & Fennick (PS […]

  • Life is Strange launch trailer and final dev diary released

    With the first episode of Life is Strange releasing tomorrow, Dontnod Entertainment has released the last developer diary for the title as well as the launch trailer. Titled Creating Arcadia Bay, the video provides more information on the licensed soundtrack as well as the voice actors behind Max and Chloe. It also touches upon how […]

  • LEGO Jurassic World and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers out this year

    LEGO Jurassic World and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers have been announced by Warner Bros., the former was outed by Toys R Us and then teased at the end of LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, if you recall. LEGO Jurassic World encompasses all four Jurassic Park films and will be made available in June for 3DS, PC, […]

  • Pokemon, Super Smash Bros. top Nintendo’s million units sales list for Q3

    Nintendo has posted a list of titles which have sold millions of units as part of its quarter three earnings release. Global unit sales of 3DS titles for the nine months ending December 31, 2014: Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire: 9.35 million (life-to-date, same) Super Smash Bros.: 6.19 million (life-to-date, same) Tomodachi Life: 2.11 […]

  • How to take a screenshot on Xbox One: a lesson in frustration

    Trying to do just one simple thing seems to have 360 steps with Microsoft – why is the Xbox One’s functionality such a car crash? “The Xbox One’s definition of usability is in fact the exact opposite – this is a console designed to make life inconvenient for its players unless they sign up for […]

  • Game of Thrones’ Westeros is being made in Minecraft by 125 people

    WesterosCraft, the project dedicated to creating the entirety of Game of Thrones’ Westros has resurfaced. There are more than a few ambitious Minecraft projects, but hardly any as impressive as WesterosCraft. We first came across it all the way back in January 2013, but it looks much better now. “I would say the world is […]

  • Dying Light exploit gives you unlimited money and items

    Dying Light has been out for just over a day and an infinite money and item exploit is already out there. A simple exploit has been discovered in Dying Light that lets you duplicate weapons, all of which you can sell for profit. Win/ win. YouTuber PowerPyx lays out the steps in the handy video […]

  • Sunset Overdrive concept art is as jovial as the game itself

    Sunset Overdrive is a colourful game which is partly due to its concept art. The concept art featured below is created by Vaughan Ling, one of the concept artsists who worked on Sunset Overdrive. Anyone who’s played the game will immediately recognise the locations, weapons, character designs and general atmosphere of the game through these. […]

52 Comments

  1. reask

    Having played the demo I reckon I would agree with the lower reviews.
    Not sure what they were trying to achieve with the you tube look but it didn’t work.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. mington

    OXM UK – 9.0
    OXM Australia – 8.0
    Famitsu – 32/40
    Strength Gamer – 8.5
    GamingXP – 84%
    Eurogamer – 4.0/10
    Joystiq – 2.5/5

    Giant Bomb – 3/5
    Game Reactor.de – 6.0/10
    Ripten – 8.5/10
    Kotaku
    Videogamer – 7/10
    Strategy Informer – 8.5/10
    Total Video Games – 7/10
    Dual Shockers – 8.0/10
    Now Gamer – 6.8/10

    Inc Gamers – 7.2/10
    Guardian – 3/5
    CVG – 8.5/10
    1up – B-
    IGN – 7.0/10 – Video Review on same page
    Planet X-Box 360 – 7.7/10

    from neogaf, i saw them yesterday :)

    #2 5 years ago
  3. AHA-Lambda

    k i am upset and pissed off to see this. can IO even make good games anymore? Do I want a hitman 5?

    I really thought they would fix this. I’m still going to rent it and play it to obv form my own opinion but the apparent lack of content (4 FUCKING HOURS!!??) just plain isnt worth £40

    PS destructoid review 1/10

    http://www.destructoid.com/review-kane-lynch-2-dog-days-181575.phtml

    then again jim sterling is a massive cu-

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Stephany Nunneley

    jesus ming! lol Did you have those saved to your desktop? ;)

    We’re still adding and updating. Thanks.

    #4 5 years ago
  5. DSB

    Least intelligent pick for a sequel, ever. IO have really gone downhill in a hurry.

    #5 5 years ago
  6. DeforMAKulizer

    I wonder if someone from Gamespot will be fired again this time… Gretsmann got kicked from the 6/10 review he gave the first game…
    Shame, i thought that this Kane and Lynch would have the potential the first failed to gather..

    #6 5 years ago
  7. Stephany Nunneley

    @3 Actually, Sterling is a super nice fella. Just saying :)

    #7 5 years ago
  8. cookiejar

    The 360 version has a pretty bad glitch according to Giant Bomb, hence why it was marked lower than the PS3 version. But a fix is on the way apparenty, so you might wanna hold off for abit.

    #8 5 years ago
  9. mington

    i quite liked the demo, played through it twice in the same sitting

    but reading the destructoid review made me kick it off my rental queue

    #9 5 years ago
  10. AHA-Lambda

    @7 – well i’ve never met him and i assume you have :P

    he may be a nice guy in person but i’ve never liked his almost sensationalist reviews. I dont care how bad kane and lynch 2 may be but it just isnt a 1/10 game. 1s are for like some of the worst games of all time and k&l2 aint that. He also openly argued with people who tried to defend alpha protocol, again thats all opinion but you shouldnt as a journalist/reviewer be arguing with people over their own opinions cos its different from yours.

    #10 5 years ago
  11. Joe Anderson

    @7 I agree, met him and had lunch with him at a Sony event once, nice bloke.

    #11 5 years ago
  12. mington

    gay

    ;)

    #12 5 years ago
  13. Anders

    I’ve only played the demo, but 1/10 sounds absolutely crazy.

    #13 5 years ago
  14. mington

    “most of the game is spent pinned down behind cover, with the player’s health dropping to near-zero whenever he so much as pops his head above cover. One is expected to fight this way, slowly attempting to whittle away an enemy’s health before hiding again, regaining health, popping up and attempting it again.”

    This is why i know i wont like it, this is why i stopped playing killzone 2

    #14 5 years ago
  15. cyborg

    Hi

    Please add this review to your list. Thanks

    http://www.gamersmint.com/?p=7457

    #15 5 years ago
  16. DaMan

    I hope Destructoid gets banned from Metacritic, then again stuff like CheatCC is there as well so.. but, I think a random user review from Gamefaqs would be more plausible.

    #16 5 years ago
  17. Dr.Ghettoblaster

    LMAO at destructoid. Actually says more about the reviewers credibility than it does the game…

    #17 5 years ago
  18. David Sarkisjan

    1/10 is just ridiculous …

    #18 5 years ago
  19. Lord Gremlin

    Always trust the least favorable review. 1 it is then.

    #19 5 years ago
  20. Stephany Nunneley

    The thing is, a review is an opinion. It can’t be “wrong” otherwise it would be called a “fact”. That’s one of the reasons I (personally) don’t pay much attention to individual review scores, and instead just go with what the community says about a game. However, I have found Eurogamer to be usually spot on with reviews, and I used to think that way about Game Informer.

    #20 5 years ago
  21. reask

    Dont know about that Steph.
    I mean if the dependable sites are giving between 5 and 7 I wouldnt get it unless I liked the franchise.
    Even then I find they are usually about right.
    COD 3 anyone.

    #21 5 years ago
  22. Dr.Ghettoblaster

    1/10 when concensus says it’s “average” at best, tells me you have heavy bias affecting your opinion.

    #22 5 years ago
  23. kastanaras

    Isn’t this the same Jim Sterling that gave Assassin’s Creed 2 a 4.5/10 and Deadly Premonition a 10/10.

    Really can’t take his review scores to serious as I sometimes feel he scores games wrongly just for the attention (traffic).

    #23 5 years ago
  24. freedoms_stain

    That is some major fucking spread on the review front.

    Even if you discard the 1/10 it’s still a spread from 40% to 90%

    #24 5 years ago
  25. onlineatron

    @20

    The problem is the score doesn’t match up with the text. The text is well written, justified and interesting to read. Whereas the score (and blurb explaining the score) is completely out of sync.

    ‘Score: 1.0 — Epic Fail (1s are the lowest of the low. There is no potential, no skill, no depth and no talent. These games have nothing to offer the world, and will die lonely and forgotten.)’

    He stated that the games youtube presentation is ‘incredibly clever’, the multiplayer ‘ideas are great’, and that the first game was better. All this shows the game has potential to be better… Which is a complete contradiction to the score’s blurb.

    I’m not purchasing the game, I didn’t enjoy the first game, didn’t enjoy the demo and I’d rather spend money elsewhere. I also do not want to call Jim out, as he is an incredibly nice guy (from what I heard on EBA’s podcast), smart and funny…. But this review irks me, the score is pure page-view-mongering.

    #25 5 years ago
  26. Razor

    Wow, Destructoid went to town on this one.

    #26 5 years ago
  27. DSB

    @20 Spot on for you, that is. Generally I think games reviews are in a very bad place. The writers tend to actually mention things that should downrank the game, but it’s rarely reflected in the final score. I can’t take that seriously. Look at the average Starcraft II review for reference.

    Having written hundreds of music reviews myself, I’d say a “zero” score is often meant as a direct insult, but it should be common practice that if a review item reeks of lack of effort, then it loses a few points beyond the mere sum of its parts.

    I’m much more likely to go below a “50%” score in the magazines who offer that, for a generic album, simply because I find mediocrity repulsive. At least be properly shit, or properly good. That’s 100% subjective and not topical, but I think that’s the freedom you get as a writer.

    #27 5 years ago
  28. Moonwalker1982

    Destructiod is a JOKE on this one. I’m not here to ‘save’ this game, it’s a disgrace that its only 4 to 5 hours, i mean…WAY too short. But what they say at the end of the review is bullshit. It makes the first one actually look great or something along those lines..that’s nonsense.

    This game does alotta things much better than the first one.

    #28 5 years ago
  29. Stephany Nunneley

    @21 Well, that’s why I used Eurogamer as an example.

    For instance, I know loads of people hated Zelda: Windwaker, and I loved it. That’s just an example really.

    I think, what sites who focus on reviews need to do, and this is just my opinion which means nothing (and I have no idea if sites do this or not) but, say you have to review a shooter. Don’t give it to the hardcore RPG guy to review, give it to the guy who lives for shooters, because he knows more about it. Ergo, don’t give a guy into shooters a review copy of Demons’ Souls, etc.

    I had to review Manhunt 2 on Wii long ago. I felt I was fair on it. I HATED it. I really tore it to pieces when I reviewed it. If it had been on 360 I may not have. But I was honest with the Wii port just being broken beyond belief. I had played the first Manhunt and loved it. So I had experience with the franchise, and knew what I was on about.

    I also reviewed Viking: Battle For Asgard – which was totally my sort of game. Again, I gave it a bad review, and I felt I knew something about it because I liked the genre. It was so bloody repetitive though. I mean to a fault. Loads of people liked it though. I just didn’t.

    I also once reviewed a platformer for DS, and an MMO when I had never played an MMO before at that point – I panned both, because I just didn’t like either and found both trifling. Now, if either game had been given to someone with prior knowledge of the genre or series, it would’ve been more fair to both games and probably gotten a better review.

    That’s just the way I see things. And don’t get me started on reviewing music. I feel the same way in that regard. God I talk too much.

    #29 5 years ago
  30. Hunam

    I used to trust EG till they gave Dead Space and Alone in the Dark the same score. Such an act is unforgivable.

    #30 5 years ago
  31. The Hindle

    @ 30 yea Alone in the dark is soo much better :D

    #31 5 years ago
  32. Stephany Nunneley

    @30 & 31 – I never played Alone in the Dark, but Dead Space scared the pants off me. I’m really looking forward to DS2.

    #32 5 years ago
  33. DaMan

    I don’t mind someone having different opinions, the issue is when ie they base it on bollocks, or being inconsistent. besides, actually if you’re reviewing a game you should try to be as little opinionated as possible. with some things you can’t, but most of the time you can very well be fair. not all games are made equally decent, hence not all opinions are equal..

    something is wrong when a game like Rogue Warrior is on par with this one, or Ass Creed 2 gets a below average score. to be honest, it seems some guys believe you can say whatever you want without losing credibility as long as you put a ‘?’ or ‘imo’ after that.

    #33 5 years ago
  34. The Hindle

    @ Steph i was joking dont play Altd seriously its shit. :D

    #34 5 years ago
  35. DSB

    @29 Yeah, I think balance is really the key.

    Fundamentally I think you can justify “pitching in” through reviewing or writing, as long as you know your shit. From there on out, it’s up to people and peers to judge your oppinions and your ability.

    You need experience, insight, and for my money a lot of integrity. That means not getting excited, just because there’s a new Starcraft or Mass Effect out. I think especially the latter is missing when it comes to games or music journalism.

    I think the opposite can be true for specialization, as well. Editors pick me for knowing certain styles of music particularly well, but I also get stuck with a few wildcards. I think I have something to bring to those as well, being a lot less likely to settle for mediocrity, since I’m not already “sold” on the style.

    Of course I still have to do my homework, and know what I’m dealing with.

    #35 5 years ago
  36. Stephany Nunneley

    @34 I won’t play it then :D

    @33 I wouldn’t say AC2 was below average in any way at all. Personally, I got tired of it about 3/4 of the way through and threw it back onto the media cabinet. But the same thing happened with me in the first one. Both are gorgeous, and while I got bored with both, neither were below average in any way “imo” *wink*

    #36 5 years ago
  37. The Hindle

    Dear IO interactive if you want people to love you again release a Hitman 5 and a new Freedom fighters and all will be forgiven.

    #37 5 years ago
  38. Stephany Nunneley

    @35 Exactly. If my boss had given me a grizzly Bear CD to review, I would have to listen to it quite a few times and listen to older stuff and research the band since I am unfamiliar with them to give a fair review. Not like if say he handed over a new Depeche Mode or Pantera disc. But that’s music, and I used to review music. That’s a lot different than a game, and takes a lot less time. You can’t go back and play a whole game series to get a sense of the new title. You have to play that one and go on with it. That’s why I think reviews should be handed over to the person with the most experience in that genre.

    #38 5 years ago
  39. AHA-Lambda

    “I think, what sites who focus on reviews need to do, and this is just my opinion which means nothing (and I have no idea if sites do this or not) but, say you have to review a shooter. Don’t give it to the hardcore RPG guy to review, give it to the guy who lives for shooters, because he knows more about it. Ergo, don’t give a guy into shooters a review copy of Demons’ Souls, etc.”

    I thought people did this? O_o it wouldnt make any sense not to. Why give the guy who hates football the new fifa game to review after all?

    #39 5 years ago
  40. Stephany Nunneley

    @39 Smaller sites do not have the resources to do that. Larger sites like IGN or Eurogamer, or Gamespot? I am sure they do.

    I just don’t “know” if they do or not, as I’m not privy to their managerial style.

    #40 5 years ago
  41. AHA-Lambda

    @40 – right i just assumed that was how it worked, scary to think otherwise =/ Its why you shouldnt give me any jrpgs if i had to review them :P

    #41 5 years ago
  42. DSB

    @38 Precisely. That’s the way to go.

    One of my biggest peeves is how long games reviews tend to run. I think it should be a rule that if you go longer than one and a half pages, you’re wasting everybody’s time. I’m yet to read more than a page of a games review, thinking it was actually worth it. Most of ‘em I just skim through, looking for a bit of relevant information, all the while thinking “Fuck, this is boring”.

    I’ll rarely do a music review that’s more than 300 words, and I’m doing quite a few that are limited to 100, simply because I’m confident that people aren’t looking for “the saga of every little detail of why this album is good” – They just want me to tell them whether it is or it isn’t.

    Ultimately I think it makes you a better writer as well, since you learn to kill your darlings, and stick to what’s really important.

    I can understand going long if you’re trying to fill in a print mag, but online? That’s just indulging yourself.

    #42 5 years ago
  43. YoungZer0

    @6: Get your facts straight. There is no proof to this day that Gerstmann was fired because of this review. But there is a lot of conspiracy-theories that don’t make any sense.

    #43 5 years ago
  44. AHA-Lambda

    alot of people say it is because supposedly he didnt actually finish it =/

    admittedly the video review for the first game used almost exclusively footage from the first level

    #44 5 years ago
  45. YoungZer0

    @29: Gotta disagree on Viking though. A lot of the other Reviews said it was boring and dull. Which is the same thing i experienced after playing it. Such a shame because the story seemed interesting and the Art-Direction was fantastic. Also, there aren’t many games like these out there. Especially with Vikings in them.

    #45 5 years ago
  46. Stephany Nunneley

    @45 Agreed. I was really looking forward to that game. I love Vikings. I love that style of game. I was so let down.

    #46 5 years ago
  47. Moonwalker1982

    What a coincedence, recently i picked Viking up again, i had stopped playing it for a long time but now i’m back to it. It definitely has its good points too though, i see why people find it repetitive but i am enjoying it though.

    #47 5 years ago
  48. spiderLAW

    @23 I gave assassin’s creed 2 a 6/10 for the 360 version and a 5.5/10 for the PS3 version (and I prefer to play on PS3 usually) and people find my reviews to be pretty spot on or at least helpful so i dont think we can judge him by his taste in gameplay.

    If you need comparison i gave Uncharted 2 9/10, Gears of War 2 8.5/10, Mass Effect 2 9/10, inFamous a 7/10 (and i loved it), Mario Galaxy 1 9.5/10, Left 4 Dead 7.5/10, God of War 3 8/10, Saboteur 6/10, Kane and Lynch Dead Men 4/10….Need anymore examples?

    #48 5 years ago
  49. wishdokta

    No Lara Croft GOL coverage at all? Cmon. It’s brill, give it some spotlight.

    #49 5 years ago
  50. night_tripper

    I have played dog days and i got too say i enjoy the game and the mp is fun. I don’t think its a 9 out of 10 but i would give it 7.5 – 8 out of 10

    #50 5 years ago
  51. LOLshock94

    haha its funny how its the xbox mags which give it a good review every xbox or ps3 shouldnt even be publishing there bullshit mags but why dont you guys show gamesTMs review

    #51 5 years ago
  52. revolting

    Personally I really enjoyed the first one, and thought it was one of the larger injustuces of the gaming world that the actual K&L game was completely overshadowed by the negative press about its reviews, most of which seemed to be fueled by self-righteous “journalists” trying to prove a point more than the quality of the game itself.

    I mean, I’m not saying it was brilliant; it wasn’t. And it also certainly wasn’t for everyone. But me persoanally, I enjoyed it and found it entertaining, and that’s all I ask for from a game. I couldn’t give two shits about who said what about who outside of the game, as that has no bearing whatsoever on the experience provided by the game itself.

    While, again, I’m not surprised that the sequel isn’t universally loved, and I did expect a very mixed bag of reviews like this, I do get the feeling that some of the more extreme ones seem to be fueled more by a lingering grudge and trying to squeeze some more traffic and airtime out of the controversy of the first game than the game itself, once again. Which is a shame, but just goes to further solidify my opinion on reviews; I haven’t paid any attention to the scores they dish out for about 10 years now. They’re good for getting an overall feel for what a game offers, but I’m not going to reliably know one way or the other if I’ll enjoy a game until I’ve played it myself. Some reviews I do agree with, but just as often, a universally praised golden child comes along that does absolutely nothing for me, and conversely, an alleged complete stinker gets a universal panning, only for me to find I really enjoy it. Reviews are more like advice than a definative rating system, and advice can be great, but not all advice is good advice, even from generally trustworthy sources.

    So, to cut a long story short, I’ll definitely be picking up K&L2 and I’ll judge it on it’s own merits, reviewers be damned.

    #52 5 years ago

Comments are now closed on this article.

  • Get an extended look at the PS4 version of Project CARS

    The PlayStation 4 version of Project CARS has been shown in 1080p 60fps. The video below is captured by racing game enthusiasts Team VVV from a preview build. You can see different racing disciplines being demonstrated here, on different circuits. The game’s impressive visuals get even better when the weather gets worse.

  • Battle Pod is the Star Wars arcade game you’ve waited your whole life for

    Star Wars: Battle Pod is an arcade game that lets you replay the battles of the original trilogy, and features an incredible cockpit. If you’ve never played a game at an arcade before, Star Wars: Battle Pod will definitely be the one to change your mind. It’s an arcade cabinet out of a classic Star […]

  • CoD Exo Zombies: how to unlock the Ride of the Valkyries Easter egg

    To no one’s surprise, Exo Zombies mode in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has some Easter eggs. The first Exo Zombies Easter egg, of surely many more to come, has been discovered. It’s a musical one that involves Richard Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries. How you unlock it is not as convoluted as you might […]

  • Dying Light is sub-1080p on Xbox One, full 1080p on PS4 – report

    Early analysis of Dying Light on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has revealed a few technical details about both ports. Digital Foundry has produced some analysis of both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ports of Dying Light based on some early testing. Both versions manage a solid 30 frames-per-second, only dipping below that in […]

  • Battlefield 4 Second Assault DLC free to all EA Access members

    EA is offering Battlefield 4′s Second Assault expansion free to anyone with an active EA Access subscription. Anyone with an active subscription to EA Access can download the Second Assault expansion pack for Battlefield 4 starting January 29 and through February 28, free of charge. All you need to do is find it on the […]

  • The Witcher 3 is getting optimised, but no visual downgrade

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is in the final stages of development and developer CD Projekt RED is making sure optimisation work doesn’t impact the game’s visuals. The Witcher 3 art producer, Michal Stec, spoke to Eternity in an interview and was asked whether the team will downgrade the visuals to get better performance. “No. […]

  • Can’t download Dying Light on PS4? Here’s a fix

    If you’ve bought Dying Light on PS4 and you’re having trouble downloading it, you’re not alone. Here’s how to beat the bug. Techland’s Dying Light is stumbling out of the blocks a little this week, with many PS4 users experiencing problems with their full-game downloads. A bug’s to blame. Your console thinks you’ve already installed […]

  • What The Witcher 3 owes to Skyrim – and how it surpasses it

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt owes more than a nod to Bethesda’s Skyrim. I went to see The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and had a great time. I went in a fan of the books but not very experienced with the first two games. I came out with The Witcher 3 top of my gaming […]

  • Dragon’s Dogma Online has great monsters

    Dragon’s Dogma Online looks pretty rad – an undesirable quality in a game unlikely to come west, from our perspective. The first Dragon’s Dogma trailer was released this afternoon; admire its beauty below. The free to play online RPG was announced for PC, PlayStation 3 and PS4 overnight, but Capcom doesn’t intend to bring it […]

  • Xenoblade Chronicles X map about five times the size of last game’s

    Xenoblade Chronicles X is not a small game. This week’s Famitsu has a feature on Xenoblade Chronicles X giving some details on Monolith Soft’s next RPG and first Wii U game. According to Siliconera‘s translation of reports on the feature, the game’s map is about five times the size of that in Xenoblade Chronicles. The […]

  • Take on Mars expected to hit beta in April

    Take on Mars, the space sim from Bohemia Interactive will soon be reader for wider consumption. According to a new Take on Mars development roadmap, the sim will go into beta at the start of April, with full release expected in June. The project is currently available via Steam early Access, but between now and […]

  • Can you guess the next Mortal Kombat X character reveal from this fatality audio clip?

    Mortal Kombat X will have at least one very liquid-sounding fatality. NetherRealm is revealing Mortal Kombat X’s cats one character at a time, and has promised a new reveal during a community Twitch stream tomorrow. It also provided the following teaser video – it’s audio only, and apparently taken from a fatality sequence. What’s your […]

  • Nintendo Creators Program now recruiting YouTubers

    Nintendo has opened a Creators Program designed to ensure creators get a slice of ad revenue from videos featuring Nintendo assets. The Nintendo Creators Program will launch on May 27, but is currently in beta and taking registrations. This is Nintendo’s answer to the knotty question of YouTubers making money on videos featuring its assets […]

  • Xbox Live issues under investigation

    Can’t sign into Xbox Live? Microsoft is on the case. Xbox 360 and Xbox One users report being unable to sign in to Xbox Live. Microsoft is already aware of and working on the problem. “Our team is hard at work right now trying to get this resolved. Thank you for staying patient while we […]

  • Make money from your non-Valve mods with Steam Workshop

    Valve has opened the money-making side of Steam Workshop to third-party titles, giving enterprising modders more ways to make money. Steam now hosts curated Workshops for Dungeon Defenders: Eternity and Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, the first non-Valve games to support the scheme. What that means is that community members can create, vote on and eventually even […]

  • Check out DmC: Devil May Cry’s new manual lock-on

    DmC: Devil may Cry developer Ninja Theory has released a video showing off the new, controversial lock-on mode. The new manual lock-on is causing quite a stir, although its reception is probably better than the white-wigged Dante who makes fans even more upset than the original makeover. “The primary purpose of this video is to […]

  • Dragon Quest Heroes looks pretty fun

    Dragon Quest Heroes is yet another Omega Force take on an existing property – like Hyrule Warriors or the One Piece games. And it looks pretty sweet. We haven’t heard much from Dragon Quest Heroes here in the west because it hasn’t been confirmed for release outside Japan. This isn’t terribly surprising as we still […]

  • Square Enix to reveal new PS4 game this weekend

    Square Enix is doing something pretty mysterious right now. The Final Fantasy publisher is teasing something called Project Code Z. The project, which Square Enix is tweeting about in Japanese, English and German, is due for reveal at Tokaigi 2015 on Saturday. It’s a PS4 game, but that’s all we know. There’s a website you […]

  • Tetris has crowned its first known western Grand Master

    Tetris fans have a new western champion. Tetris is one of those gaming obsessions that goes much deeper than you might expect. For example, did you know that some versions of the game assess your performance and over you the chance to become a “grand master”? Turns out that’s a thing, and according to Polygon […]

  • Ken Levine’s next game teased as “sci-fi-ish” small, open-world RPG

    A series of tweets from BioShock creator Ken Levine has shed a sliver of light upon his next project. According to Levine he and his team are considering something a bit sci-fi and contemplating first-person mode. The team is developing the game for PC with a large in scope, expandable, systems-based narrative where more can […]

  • Become a lynx in new Shelter 2 trailer

    Shelter 2 casts players in the role of a lynx, which makes for quite a different experience to the badger of the first game. The first Shelter game had you evading predators, but in the second, you becomes one yourself. That doesn’t mean there are no dangers to face, of course. Judging by the trailer […]

  • Why King of Fighters 13 isn’t coming back to Evo

    Evo, the premiere western fighting game tournament, has dropped support for a few previously favoured titles. King of Fighters 13 had a loyal following, but isn’t featured in the Evo 2015 line-up. “Many things go into what games makes it to Evo, but the most obvious one is, ‘Is the community playing this game?’” Evo […]

  • An average Evolve match takes less than ten minutes

    Evolve players are pretty quick at hunting each other down. Evolve developer Turtle Rock has released an infographic brimming with statistics garnered from its recent beta test. One of the key takeaways is that all three monsters, and all four classes, are working as intended – their performance in game matches Turtle Rock’s designs. If […]

  • Super Mario Amiibo can be pre-ordered on Nintendo UK, Mario and Peach sold out

    The latest set of Amiibo in the Super Mario series is now available for pre-purchase through the Nintendo UK Store. Each of the following sports a red base and will run you £10.99: Bowser, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Toad and Yoshi. It looks like Peach and Mario are both sold out, though. All six can be […]

  • The Music of League of Legends Vol. 1 free to download now

    League of Legends has excellent music, and now you can have it too. The Music of League of Legends Vol. 1 collects 15 tracks from the MOBA’s history, and is available for free. You can grab the music from iTunes, Google Play or via direct download. Tere’s an example track below to get you in […]

  • Super Bowl 49 update arrives on Madden NFL Mobile

    With Super Bowl 49 occurring this coming Sunday, February 1, EA Sports has updated Madden NFL Mobile with new feature enhancements and Super Bowl-themed Live Events. Updates include: League vs League Tournaments Obstacle Course Super Bowl Bonus Players Tom Brady and Richard Sherman Super Bowl Legends Super Bowl Moments Upgraded Auction House The Super Bowl […]

  • See Super Smash Bros.’ unused custom moves

    Super Smash Bros. was originally intended to have 16 custom moves per character. The final version of Super Smash Bros. only features 12 custom moves per fighter, but Nintendo left animations for some of the cut moves in place. A Youtuber called RED has dug these cut mvoes out of the brawler’s code, and displayed […]

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt contains 16 hours of sex scene mo-cap data

    Sex is nothing new to the The Witcher games, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is no exception. In fact, it contains 16 hours of sex scene motion capture data. Giggity. There’s a reason for the bedroom dalliances though, as Geralt is a flesh and blood human, or a modified human at any rate, with […]

  • Here’s the launch trailer for Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered

    A launch trailer for Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered has been released after an Amazon listing was revealed for it over the weekend. Key upgrades include: High-definition Graphics — All of the in-game textures have been meticulously recreated in HD for mobile and desktop. Widescreen Support – A true widescreen (not cropped) view strengthens the game’s […]

  • The open beta for Battlefield Hardline will be dated tomorrow

    The exact dates as well as more information on the Battlefield Hardline open beta will be shared tomorrow. This is according to the latest blog post from developer Visceral Games. “We’ll share the exact dates and info on the Battlefield Hardline open beta tomorrow,” wrote Visceral boss Steve Papoutsis. “Stay tuned, thanks again, and keep […]

  • Upcoming Hearthstone patch to apply balance change to Undertaker

    An upcoming Hearthstone patch will apply a balance change to the Undertaker card, Blizzard has announced. After the release of Goblins vs Gnomes, Blizzard said it kept an “eye on the state of game balance” as more matches were played using the additional cards. Released with The Curse of Naxxramas, Undertaker is considered an overly […]

  • February Games with Gold offers up Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

    The free games on offer in February via Xbox Live Games with Gold have been announced. Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One can download #IDARB during February. Xbox 360 users can grab Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons from February 1-15, when it will be replaced by Sniper Elite V2 from February 16 -28. […]

  • Kinguin blames unidentified Russian for deactivated Far Cry 4 keys

    Third-party game key seller Kinguin is issuing refunds to those who found their games deactivated through Ubisoft’s Uplay service. Customers which purchased keys for Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4, The Crew and Watch Dogs are affected. Kinguin said 4,600 customer tickets were submitted over the last 72 hours and 35 out of 3,400 of […]

  • Video Unlimited to be re-branded as PlayStation Video starting in February

    Like Music Unlimited, Sony’s Video Unlimited service is being replaced and re-branded PlayStation Video. PlayStation Video will become part of PlayStation Network to streamline digital services for the over 64 million PSN users. PlayStation Video and PlayStation Music will be added to PSN which is already a destination point for the PlayStation Store, PlayStation Plus, […]

  • Spotify arrives on PlayStation Music this spring, Music Unlimited closing

    Spotify will launch on PlayStation Network this spring as part of a new music destination called PlayStation Music. PlayStation Music is a replacement for Music Unlimited, and those with a PSN account can link to Spotify which can be used just for music, or when playing games on PlayStation 4. Existing playlists from current Spotify […]

  • Closed beta for Alone in the Dark: Illumination starts tomorrow

    The private beta period for Alone in the Dark: Illumination starts on January 29. Those who pre-order the game via Steam, will automatically be included in the beta, enabling them to provide feedback on the first campaign in single-player mode. An additional beta period will be announced in the weeks leading up to launch. The […]

  • Majora’s Mask Special Edition New 3DS XL available once more on UK store

    UK residents who want to get their hands on the shiny Majora’s Mask Special Edition New 3DS XL can once again pre-purchase it through the Nintendo UK Store. If you want one, you better hurry because units will likely go rather fast. Only one per customer is allowed, and once you drop £209.99 on it, […]

  • Nintendo Q3: 1.9M New 3DS models sold, Wii U lifetime sales hit 9.2M

    New 3DS XL has sold 1.3 million units as of December 31, 2014, Nintendo announced in its Q3 financial results today. New 3DS moved 580,000 units by the end of the same period. Lifetime sales of both systems combined total a little under 1.9 million. Combined global sales for current 3DS models available in Europe […]

  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s exo zombies reanimate a familiar format

    Advanced Warfare’s exo suits manage to bring an undead format back to life. Dave Cook welcomes zombies back to Call of Duty. “The challenges start to spike early so seasoned zombie slayers needn’t worry about being coddled.” Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s first DLC went live this week, dropping four very solid maps for multiplayer […]

  • YouTube app and Maps will be removed from PS Vita

    Sony said that it will end support for the YouTube and Maps apps, as well as remove the “near” feature in an upcoming firmware update. Sony has revealed that a system update releasing in March will remove the Maps app and prevent the “near” feature from obtaining location address or display maps, making it redundant. […]

  • There is a Destiny loot cave Easter egg in Dying Light

    Dying Light is the latest game to take a jab at Destiny by having its own loot cave. Destiny’s infamous loot cave has been recreated in Dying Light, sort of. Of course the loot cave in Dying Light is only an Easter egg and doesn’t actually net you any loot. Instead, upon entering it, you […]

  • Resident Evil: Revelations 2 supports co-op in story mode, but only offline

    You can play the campaign of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 in co-op, but not online. 4gamer spoke to producers of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 and made out with a few details concerning story, setting and more. The site confirmed that while you will be able to switch between characters in the single player, and have […]

  • The Witcher 3 may have a permadeath “Insanity” mode

    Although not yet confirmed, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt RED is working on a difficulty mode dubbed “Insanity” that will delete your save if you die. During Monday’s Twitch stream, the developer took a few questions from the chat and we’ve got a bunch of answers. There are many interesting little bits […]

  • Dragon Age: Inquisition is the most successful launch for BioWare, based on sales

    Dragon Age: Inquisition is responsible for the most successful launch in developer BioWare’s history, according to EA. During last night’s EA Q3 2015 earnings call, the publisher said that Dragon Age: Inquisition was the most successful launch for developer BioWare. Today, we get a bit more detail. “In particular, Dragon Age: Inquisition had by far […]

  • Here’s a walkthrough of one mission from Far Cry 4 Hurk Deluxe DLC

    Far Cry 4′s latest DLC pack, Hurk Deluxe, seems like good fun, judging from this video. The Hurk Deluxe Pack was released today on all platforms. It comes with five new missions. The video below takes a look at the “Call of the Wild” mission. In the walkthrough you’ll get to see some of the […]

  • Battlefield Hardline beta date confirmed on Xbox Store

    The beta date for Battlefield Hardline has popped up on the Xbox Store, confirming the rumoured date. The listing for the Battlefield Hardline beta is available for anyone to see right now on the Xbox Store. Granted, it’s for Xbox 360, but unless EA is starting this beta early on Xbox 360, this will pretty […]

  • GTA player flies jets backwards in impressive stunts

    Doing stunts with jets in GTA 5 can be impressive, but it’s nothing like flying them backwards. Making videos of your jet stunts has become too mainstream. Which is why the latest video from YouTube channel GTA5Videos is all about defying that. The video below features some insane stunts mostly done by flying jets backwards, […]

  • CoD: Advanced Warfare balance patch out, System Hack nerfed, HBRa3 buffed

    The latest patch to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is here with some major changes to game balance. Making good on the promise to nerf System Hack, developer Sledgehammer Games has released the latest patch to Advanced Warfare to do just that, and much more. The patch is out now on Xbox platforms, with PlayStation […]

  • Grinding three purples in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel may crash your game [UPDATE]

    Update: Gearbox Software has announced there’s currently a hot-fix in place for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel as a temporary solution to crashes caused with the DLC update. Until a permanent fix can be made, the hotfix should correct crashing issues. All will be fixed in the next major game update. Original Story A bug that snuck […]

  • Havoc maps up the tempo for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

    Dave Cook dons his Exo suit to find the new Havok DLC maps a great change of pace for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Given that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare places great emphasis on verticality, it’s little wonder that Sledgehammer Games has designed the first of its four DLC map packs with elevation and […]

  • G2A responds to deactivated Far Cry 4 keys debacle

    G2A, one of the third-party sellers that were named in the ongoing episode of deactivated Far Cry 4 keys has decided to release a statement. G2A is a well known third-party key sellers online. Most users know it through its sponsorship deals with many YouTube and Twitch channels. The service sells keys both through its […]

  • Petroglyph’s Victory resurfaces with Korean co-developer

    End of Nations, Mytheon and Grey Goo developer Petroglyph Games seems to have salvaged a stalled project. Victory popped up back in early 2013 after Trion Worlds took End of Nations in-house. Petroglyph’s attempt to crowdfund the unusual strategy title ended in iniquity, but it vowed to do whatever it could to bring the game […]

  • Far Cry 4 Hurk Deluxe DLC now available

    Far Cry 4′s latest DLC pack adds new story missions and a pile of new weapons. Far Cry 4: Hurk Deluxe is now available on PC and Xbox platforms, and is rolling out to the PSN in line with local network updates. The pack bundles five story missions, including Yak Farm, Blood Ruby and Hurk’s […]

  • Yes, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has microtransactions

    Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has microtransactions, but thankfully they’re not as outrageous as initial reports suggested. The subject of Resident Evil: Revelations 2′s microtransactions arose earlier today with reports filtering out of a European press event that you’ll be able to pay to keep playing after your character dies. The ramifications of this are pretty […]

  • Play mini-games to unlock Magicka 2 content

    Magicka 2 publisher Paradox Interactive has invited fans to earn in-game rewards by playing other games. The Magicka website will host various mini-games in the build up to Magicka 2′s launch later this year on PC and PS4. Playing these games controbutes to a community score total which will eventually unlock in-game content as well […]

  • Deactivated Far Cry 4 keys were purchased through Origin

    Far Cry 4 owners who found their games deactivated without warning may be surprised to learn where they came from. Many copies of Far Cry 4 purchased through third-party re-sellers have been deactivated without notice. Although resellers affected by the deactivations argued that they had made authorised purchases, Ubisoft has denied this. The publisher told […]

  • Will Assassin’s Creed visit Japan in 2016?

    The next Assassin’s Creed game after Victory may finally bring ninja and assassins together. An Assassin’s Creed fan has spotted what certainly looks like a heavy hint that the next game after Victory will be set in Japan. Ubisoft forums member Cornik22 was looking through the Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag official art book when […]

  • Resident Evil HD modder aims to restore original, terrible voice acting

    Resident Evil and its early sequels are justifiably famous for their simply dire voice acting. Some Resident Evil fans feel they just can’t enjoy the experience of exploring Umbrella facilities if someone isn’t talking at them with absolutely no regard for pacing, content or tone. As a result, modder Bunny has stepped up to the […]

  • Record iPhone sales drive Apple to revenue spike

    The iPhone is still going strong – in fact, it’s selling better than ever. Apple has announced its financial results for the quarter ending December 27 2014, exceeding expectations with a 29.5% increase in revenues to $74.6 billion. This was a new record for the company. One of the key factors in this spike is […]

  • HoloLens has “mind-blowing” potential for games, says Microsoft CEO

    Microsoft’s VR wearable HoloLens is going to be great for games, according to CEO Satya Nadella. Speaking to investors, Nadella made Microsoft’s entertainment plans for the device explicit. “It’s also getting clearer how the games people love today will evolve to mind-blowing experiences in the future when designed for the mixed reality that Windows 10 […]