If you didn’t catch the Game Awards earlier this week then you might have completely missed the new Far Cry trailer. Due for release February 15th, 2019, the stand-alone sequel to Far Cry 5 might just make you sit up and take notice. From the new bad-ass villains and stunning world art to the epic soundtrack, this trailer is an impressive 3 minutes of teasers and cinematic cuts.
The wait for RDR2 has been totally worth it. After seven long years in the making, Red Dead Redemption 2 is out. It was released on October 26 and has since been under the scrutiny of a lot of reviewers. What’s their verdict, you ask? It is overwhelmingly positive!
There are very few occasions where I can honestly say I’ve been excited for a game as much as I have Red Dead Redemption 2, with good reason too it seems. There is only a small collection of games in our recent history to receive such an overwhelmingly positive critical response. So, to the question at hand: Was Red Dead Redemption 2 worth the thousands of man-hours put in by Rockstar and does it live it to its gigantic hype beast?
If you’ve never heard of Failbetter games, then you likely don’t know their long and storied history in creating exceptional roleplaying games falling under the Victoriana/vaguely Lovecraftian genre. But whether or not you already know of this indie studio, Sunless Skies is more of the same – in the best possible way.
Assassin’s Creed has now gone through some dramatic changes and even more so than most of the blockbuster franchises out there. The original game was a great stealth action game with a relatively open world and events that were featured in city environments.
First, let’s talk about the change of scenery and by that I mean the change of protagonist. We now follow the story of Arthur Morgan who runs alongside John Marston, Bill Williamson, Javier Escuella and, of course, Dutch Van Der Linde as a part of the original Dutch’s Gang – albeit as an enforcer and one of Dutch’s most trusted protégés.