Gamescom 2018: Deep Rock Galactic.

As a gamer, you rarely get the opportunity to see a game come to life. Most of the time developers demonstrate a near-final product. On rare occasions, usually after the release of said game, developers are willing to share an…

Gamescom 2018: What the Golf?!

Minutes must have gone by while I was staring at the blinking cursor on my computer screen, waiting for me to type some fancy words that would become the introductory text for my What the Golf?! preview. You’ve read that…

Youropa.

For a game as bright and colorful as Youropa, it sure has a bleak start. When you fire up a new game, you’ll get to witness the destruction of Paris. The Eiffel Tower seems to lose its power and as…

Battallion 1944.

War-themed shooters have long set the standard in the land of multiplayer games. Spear of Destiny was one of the first games to introduce us to the first-person perspective and the Call of Duty franchise has introduced a plethora of…

Rise of Industry.

Kept you waiting, huh?! Well I’m glad to be able to finally share with you that after a period of over 6 months, renovations on my new apartment are about finished. All that is left now are some minor tasks,…

Keyboard Sports.

One of the biggest challenges in game development are controls. How players engage with a video game is crucial to their overall experience. Developers are painstakingly tweaking movement and animation to make sure control of the character or traversing their…

The Hell Unchained.

It’s a small world. A phrase that has become a cliché to illustrate that even though the world is actually pretty big, it’s often surprising how people or events are connected. To quote our friend Max Payne once again, “Nothing…