Tag: Open World


Just Die Already Gets A Confirmed Release Date In May

Just Die Already Gets A Confirmed Release Date In May

 |  David Carcasole
Just Die Already has been confirmed to release later this year in May on all platforms.
The Pathless PS5 Review 12

The Pathless PS5 Review

 |  Eduard Gafton
The Path Not Taken
Immortals Fenyx Rising (PC) Review 1

Immortals Fenyx Rising (PC) Review

 |  Preston Dozsa
Immortals Fenyx Rising is a third-person open-world action-adventure game by Ubisoft inspired by Greek mythology that is one of the weakest games of its kind in years.
Rage 2 (PC) Review

Rage 2 (PC) Review

 |  Jed Whitaker
8 years after the original Rage, we are getting a sequel co-developed by Id Software (of Doom fame), and Avalanche Studios, best known for the Just Cause series, Mad Max, and recent stinker Generation Zero. Rage 2 does most everything a sequel should do, but still somehow feels dated and lacking any real stand out […]
Far Cry New Dawn (PS4) Review 1

Far Cry New Dawn (PS4) Review

 |  Mike Cosimano
Far Cry New Dawn’s biggest problem is that it is a narrative sequel to Far Cry 5. It’s otherwise a better game in every way, thanks to a renewed focus on outpost conquest and less of everything that made the last game such a slog to play, but its predecessor’s canonical ending left the series […]
Just Cause 4 (PC) Preview

Just Cause 4 (PC) Preview

 |  Mike Cosimano
Everyone is stealing from the wrong open-world video game companies. These days, sandbox games are either iterating on Rockstar’s filmic crime epics or Ubisoft’s tower-laden crafting adventures, when the Just Cause games are right there for the plagiarizing and have been for years. The series’ cycle of resplendent, emergent chaos feeding into campaign progress, which […]
Minecraft Re-Released on Switch - Here's What's New

Minecraft Re-Released on Switch – Here’s What’s New

 |  Pedro D'Avila
A game’s post-launch support is as important as the game’s original quality. With that said, Mojang’s recent re-release of Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch seems to be a clear showing of the company’s willingness to offer buyers the latest in the Minecraft world.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) Review – Another Low Budget Anime Fighter 3

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) Review – Another Low Budget Anime Fighter

 |  Remington Joseph
Games based on popular anime series have garnered a bad reputation for being low quality. Recent games like Dragon Ball FighterZ have certainly helped to better the general public’s opinion but we’re still far from the point where people expect AAA experiences from anime titles.
Experience the Magical Open World Adventure of Fe on February 16

Experience the Magical Open World Adventure of Fe on February 16

 |  Brendan Frye
EA today announced that the EA Originals title Fe will launch worldwide on February 16 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Origin for PC and Nintendo Switch. Developed by the award-winning Swedish studio Zoink Games, Fe is an imaginative open world platformer where players will embark on a wordless adventure, exploring and unearthing the secrets of […]
Ark: Survival Evolved (PS4) Review: You Didn’t Say the Magic Word 7

Ark: Survival Evolved (PS4) Review: You Didn’t Say the Magic Word

 |  Mike Cosimano
Ark: Survival Evolved still feels like an Early Access game. The game is (ostensibly) a completed release, in that it hit 1.0 as of this review and you are now expected to pay $60 for the privilege. But it still lacks that certain level of spit-shine you would expect from a full priced release, right […]


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