A Steam indie phenomenon, Bendy and the Ink Machine is a highly successful game in the first person survival horror genre with a little bit of adventure and exploration elements thrown in for good measure. You play Henry, the former employee of Joey Drew Studios, who has returned to his workplace after 30 years on the request of the owner, and Henry’s friend, Joey Drew.
The Battle Royale genre took a massive surge into the mainstream over the past year, and burst its way onto the eSports scene seemingly like no other that has been seen in quite a while now. The ongoing debate of who reigns supreme over said genre, hotly contested by both Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, still dominates headlines today, though each title has made their own significant impact on the competitive gaming stage.
You crash land on a hostile alien planet with just two companions, a Labrador, and a sharp stick for company – so what next? When it comes to the indie scene, there are few titles with quite such a loyal fanbase, extensive modding community and dedicated designer as Rimworld – and that’s all even before the release of this western space simulator game, set to launch officially in late 2018.
The video game industry has been on a roll lately, with a slew of great games that have kept us busy, and by the looks of it, there’s more good stuff on the way. While 2019 might seem like a long way to go, the announcement of various games releasing has made it nonetheless enticing for gaming enthusiasts. Gaming fans are looking forward to experiencing the next installment of their favorite games and other new concepts that are going to be introduced this coming year. So, here’s what you can expect.
If Batman: Arkham Asylum series has taught us anything, it’s that game sequels get better with time. Well, many of them do. With many a franchise churning one less-than-stellar offering after another, there are quite a few game titles that could make great sequels, but for some reason, have been MIA after making their debut. Well, there’s good news on the horizon. It seems that developers of some of these awesome games have finally seen the light and are working on their sequels. We can’t wait to see these new titles. Here is some info on them:
Most of this year may have passed but there are still quite a few major releases for gaming enthusiasts to look forward to. Since the wheels are always spinning in the gaming ecosystem, here are the top most anticipated games that are going to drop this month. So, without further ado, let’s get started with the top games that are scheduled to release in September.
Bethesda’s first foray into online multiplayer in the Fallout world is due to release in just a month – but will it live up to the hype? A mere five months ago, Bethesda creative director Todd Howard stood on stage at E3 and announced the next iteration of the Fallout universe – with just six months to wait until the release on PC, Xbox One and PS4, no less.
Players of online games nowadays have a lot to worry about. From figuring out how to fork out the expenses needed for upgrading their new gaming rig to infighting between gamers, there is a lot to think about. But, there’s one problem that’s even worse than having to install multiple store-clients (Blizzard, Steam, Origin).
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We are halfway to the end of this year, and we have already seen action from some epic game releases this year, but there’s always something new to look forward to in the gaming world.
For those gamers who have been living under a rock, Battlefield 5 open beta is available as we speak (and there’s not much time left so you better hurry up!). The beta version is going to be available initially for players who have already pre-ordered the full game, and then to everyone else. Here, we are going to give you a sneak peek at what to expect in EA’s flagship shooter.