Hungry for games, but don’t have the money to buy them all? Welcome to the club. It’s not easy facing the screen with the likes of Horizon Zero Dawn, Super Mario Odyssey or NieR:Automata staring back at you, unpurchased, without feeling a twinge of sadness. But it’s not all doom and gloom—if you know where to look, that is.
Month: January 2018
Crema Games’ Egyptian-themed shooter, Immortal Redneck, will make Xbox One and PlayStation 4 its home from February 27. The Nintendo Switch launch is expected to follow sometime during Q1 this year.
The modern/near future free-to-play first-person shooter Ironsight is set to enter February 1 for Western players.
There’s no doubt that you’ve seen articles and youtube videos praising Shadow of The Colossus, a game which came out over 10 years ago, praising it for its jaw-dropping graphical splendor – unfortunately, what’s been lacking from the original and the PS3 remaster has been a photomode, allowing players to capture their own moments of glory in this critically acclaimed title.
Warm Lamp Games’ Beholder, the beguiling dystopian strategy that lets players become Big Brother, releases on PlayStation 4 today as a Complete Edition. An Xbox One launch is also imminent.
Modern gaming is inherently flawed, there’s no doubt that publishers and developers are more often than not trying to squeeze consumers for every little bit of cash they may have, be it through highly controversial loot boxes, in-game currency to buy items and DLC packs. Unfortunately, these items and their ascribed value live and die on your game, becoming obsolete when you get bored of the game.