Shadow of Mordor is an excellent game, although Geoff is convinced that it's missing something. He can't figure out what it is, but he'll happily keep on playing until he figures it out. Perhaps the new, free DLC will add a little something extra that will satisfy him, and everyone else.
The beauty of Borderlands, isn’t just in the guns. It’s in the characters. From sociopathic cyborgs to puppy-strangling bandit-killers, the games are filled with a cast that make killing less horrific than it should actually be and quite fun actually. There are four such characters to start the Pre-Sequel out with. And a rather flashy new one is on the way.
I miss playing Battlefield. I haven’t touched the fourth title since I reviewed it back in the day. Even with the odd crash here and there, the game was still very playable for me and I really did dig it. Looking back now, I might have been way too generous. Post review, a large patch came out and it basically destroyed my game. It was an unplayable mess, and I never went back. If you’ve been holding out on the game, you’re in luck. Dice have announced a premium edition.
Shadow of Mordor is almost upon us. Yes, we will be reviewing the game for you ASAP, but in the meantime there's a new trailer for you. It shows off the Season Pass content, and it might leave a Sauron taste in your mouth.
Yesterday we told you of the bug that revealed much of the future content coming to Bungie’s great big moo-esque shooter Destiny. It very much seemed to be more of the same, but more importantly, it seemed to show that the extra content was on-disc DLC (or as the case may be, hiding in the game’s installation on your console’s hard drive). That’s not the case, says Bungie.
For many, Destiny is a disappointment – but fewer games have been quite as disappointing to me in recent memory than Bioshock Infinite. Yes, I know many of you adore the game and will shout at me for being a heathen of some sort. Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t think it was a bad game and I did like it. It was actually a rather good game;it just didn’t live up to its name.
I remember the first time I looked a forum to see what players wanted in new Assassin's Creed games there was mention of an asian, female assassin. It's been at the top of the list for some time now, and Ubisoft is finally giving us what we want. And it looks gorgeous.
Sorry everyone, it’s not Friday – but here’s the Evo Points post anyway. Welcome to our weekly post of featured downloadable content available for different gaming platforms sponsored by www.evopoints.co.za. Hit the jump for this week’s list of fresh downloadable games and content.
The third and final DLC installment for Dark Souls II was due out this Wednesday. Unfortunately, locals won't be able to spend their public holiday playing it - it's been delayed on all platforms.
You know who doesn’t like free stuff? Nobody! As a young lad, I spent a lot of time doing promotional work for various companies. You’d think free lanyards would be the most boring freebie in existence, but those things flew out of my hands faster than my self esteem. Point is, people like free stuff – gamers more so than most, especially if it’s for a game they really like. Got a copy of Divinity: Original Sin? You have some free DLC waiting for you…