Tag: Shooter

Shooter gamesare a subgenre of action games, which often challenges the player’s speed and reflex time. Usually the weapon used is a gun, or some other long-range weapon (usually a devise inspired by a gun like mechanism)

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Is Coming To Consoles Later This Year

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Is Coming To Consoles Later This Year

 |  David Carcasole
Fast paced bullet hell rhythm game BPM: Bullets Per Minute is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year.
Team Shooter Rocket Arena Launches Into Closed Beta in May

Team Shooter Rocket Arena Launches Into Closed Beta in May

 |  Liam Ferguson
Nexon America and Final Strike Games have revealed their new 3v3 rockets-only shooter, Rocket Arena.
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 […]
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 […]
Battlefield V (PC) Review

Battlefield V (PC) Review

 |  Cole Watson
Bring on the tanks, the planes, and the huge arsenal of weapons—it’s time to revisit Dice’s origins and go back to the Second World War in Battlefield V. While Dice was busy developing games for a certain fanbase in a galaxy far, far away, I’ve been clamouring for a new Battlefield experience to satiate my […]
Strange Brigade (Xbox One) Review 1

Strange Brigade (Xbox One) Review

 |  Jed Whitaker
Strange Brigade reminds me of those budget third-person shooters from the last generation, such as Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard for example, in that it isn’t a great game, has clunky shooting mechanics, and has many sections where the gameplay boils down to being trapped in a room with lots of enemies to […]
Deathgarden Preview:  A Game of Life and Death

Deathgarden Preview: A Game of Life and Death

 |  Zubi Khan
Deathgarden is the latest game from Dead by Daylight developers, Behaviour Interactive. I was lucky enough to play the closed alpha and I’m happy to report that Deathgarden is shaping up to be a fun addition to the ever-expanding asymmetrical multiplayer shooter genre.
Manticore: Galaxy on Fire (Switch) Review 3

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire (Switch) Review

 |  Jed Whitaker
Manticore – Galaxy on Fire is actually the third game in the phone-based space shooter series, Galaxy on Fire, only without any pesky microtransactions and presented on a slightly bigger screen. The controls are pretty decent for the genre, and the game does a good job of keeping the perspective so you can easily know […]
Bravo Team (PSVR) Review

Bravo Team (PSVR) Review

 |  Melanie Emile
Well folks, I didn’t think Supermassive Games could serve me up something more disappointing than The Inpatient, but I was wrong. Very wrong. With their virtual reality shooter, Bravo Team, Supermassive Games has sunk to a new low of uninspired and shallow.
Dreadnought In-Game Purchases Review: It's all about the Benjamins. 5

Dreadnought (PS4) Review: It’s all about the Benjamins.

 |  Bryan Calhoun
Dreadnought is a free-to-play 3rd person spaceship combat game that takes place in various space and ground maps that happen to have a lot of cover on them. If someone with a blender and YouTube channel tossed copies of Call of Duty 4, World of Tanks, and Star Trek Bridge Crew into their amalgamation machine, […]


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