Can mechanical Apartheid really help create a compelling narrative for the Deus Ex sequel five years in the making? Yes and no, as Adam Jensen returns once again.
The narrative of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a bit on the nose at times. We decided to fix it.
Riot needs to stop playing ruler of the Rift and rather be a participant in an incredible and inspiring competitive League of Legends scene
Every delicious augmentation for you to play around with in the post-human world of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided in this handy guide.
Inside is a clever, through-provoking evolution of what made Limbo great, and is easily one of the best games this generation.
Episode 4 of Hitman may seem daunting at first within the confines of the Himmapan Hotel but is perfectly doable once you know how.
The original Titanfall excelled at making people feel special. Titanfall 2? It’s more of the same, but with less soul and better mechanics balanced by sluggish controls.
No Man’s Sky is sadly one of the more disappointing games of the year, mixing small moments of grand wonder with inescapable hours of tedious, boring survival gameplay. If you’re willing to fight through that, there’s a game here for you. But it’s often not worth the effort
Bound’s interesting protagonist and captivating world only make you wonder what could’ve been had the game fully commited to it’s underlying premise.
There’s a lot of resources and elements present in No Man’s Sky to keep track of. Here’s a handy list of thee star-stuff discovered so far.
We’ve set out on our No Man’s Sky journey, and the first few hours have us entranced
Hello Games look set to fundementally change the way No Man’s Sky works with its first patch, and that’s a bit of a problem