It’s been almost four years since the last time I played Sniper Elite game and it was the Sniper Elite v2, which is one of the best third person shooter sniping game ever. One of the key features of this game is its signature slow motion X-Ray kill cam that shows how skeletons and organs fall apart when hit by a sniper bullet. Everyone loves it for its brutal shots and unique experience. Now, we got a chance to review the latest franchise of game the Sniper Elite 4 which probably has lots of improvements in comparison to the last one. Although we haven’t tried the 3rd franchise yet, I’m pretty sure that there are lots of changes to explore from the last [...]
Today, we just got an email from keymailer that the game publisher approved our core request to review a game and that game is the Killbot Dead Zone. It is a third person shooter zombie game where you have to kill the zombie in a wave. You can also play the game with your friends in co-op mode up to 12 players, or you play solo, the game has different kind of zombies from doctor, lady, dogs or the skeletons. In the game, you can also change or upgrade your weapon and characters.
The concept of a zombie wave and able to play the game with your buddy is one of the great features of Killbot. Honestly, I enjoyed playing this game in solo and some players online, although [...]
From the creators of Dead Island comes there other game Call of Juarez Gunslinger that was released in 2013. The game greatest success lies in how smartly it marries the authenticity of its setting with the artifice of the storytelling. The aesthetic is Bound In Blood meets Borderlands, with objects outlined as if illustrated in a dime-store novel. Your brightly attired enemies are the main sources of color in the dusty brown environments, while the violence is pulpy, comic book stuff. When a bullet connects with an enemy there’s a ludicrous splatter of vivid red accompanied by a noisy slurp: Tarantino would undoubtedly approve, as he would of the rambling tales that stitch these [...]
Knights of Pen and Paper is not a turn-based RPG game, but its a post modern deconstruction of a turn-based RPG. The twist is that you’re not actually controlling a band of brave, noble adventurers – you’re controlling a group of friends sallying forth on a brave and noble Dungeons and Dragons-style pen and paper adventure. More than mere narrative dressing, the joke spills over into the mechanics. You don’t just pick classes at the outset of Pen And Paper: you pick the real life character who’s going to fill each role. Grandma, it turns out, with her screeching, aggro-ing voice, makes for an excellent paladin.
Since you also partially control the DM, you construct [...]