Seems there’s a game that going to be giving the werewolf some well deserved spotlight! Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood is a unique experience full of savage combat and mystical adventures, inspired by the famous role-playing game.
I can’t be the only one who just heard about this Crucible game from Amazon. It looks alright but I wonder how long it’ll remain popular, given that’s it’s doing so many things at once.
Yo, I literally talked about what I expect from these next gen console and what do you know, they’re already confirmed what I talked about. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been confirmed to be running at 4K 30FPS.
The Xbox Insider didn’t show much, but at least we got another anime game out of it. Scarlet Nexus is a psionic-powered action game by Bandai Namco!
Windboud was annouced nealry three weeks ago, and with everything that has been happening in the world. It slipped past my radar (as has many more games I’m interested in) and honestly I like what they’re going with this game. Windbound reminds of Breath of the Wild in a lot of ways, while also giving off this RUST vibe of survival.
Every game has cheaters, they’re the scum of the earth and everyone hates them. Valorant likely won’t be an exemption. However, a game that’s only in closed beta having a cheater problem already, could spell disaster for Valorant if it’s not handled quickly.
Yep! I’m making that call now. Once Valorant drops in the Summer 2020, after the first week of people playing after not been able to get a key and feeling left out, they will drop the game! It’s not Overwatch, this is a CSGO 2.0 with flashy powers. Valorant is NOT going to be for the mass casual.
Yes, just like you, I have opened up a Valorant Twitch stream on the side while carrying on with my everyday work trying to farm a Valorant beta. And just like you, I’m beginning to feel like I’m been trick into given Valorant this perception that people are actually watching the game or streamer that the hype is real, rather than trying to get a key. When in reality that’s not the case at all.
I have no idea how I missed this game but when I saw Sable, a coming-of-age tale of discovery through exploration across a strikingly rendered open world desert, my mind was blown by the visuals.