Creative Assembly and Games Workshop teamed up to make a super success that has already released the dogs of WAAAAAGH!
In this round up of the reviews of Total War: Warhammer, it looks like Creative Assembly and Games Workshop released the dogs of WAAAAAGH!
The year is 1988, a chilly but electric Tokyo is the backdrop for the rise of the Dragon of Dojima. See what it’s like to be a Yakuza.
Crazy Taxi. A video game which not only encouraged reckless driving, but rewarded you for it.
Total War: Warhammer wants to bring the Warhammer universe to bloody life. You might just have to wait a little while longer for it however.
Thorgrim Grudgebearer doesn’t just carry a book of grudges; his mean streak is a key part of the gameplay in this trailer for Total War: Warhammer.
SEGA are giving away a final batch of free games as part of their ‘make war not love’ promotion. Gunstar Heroes, Renegade Ops, and VIking are all up for grabs!
SEGA is back again this year, with a few free titles to keep you glued to your burning LED monitor instead of locking lips and sucking face with your significant other.
Sure, remasters are evil cash grabs, but this one is welcome to my money, especially if it helps the sequel along.
For whatever reasons, SEGA is bringing the 2013 Wii U game Sonic Lost World to PC.
This trailer for Total War: Warhammer was created with all in-game assets and WAAAAAAAGH!
Shenmue 3 is actually happening. Here’s a new video showing off some of shiny lantern bugs.