Combining the open world majesty of Avalanche’s Mad Max with the frenetic action of DOOM and a Mohawk wearing in-yo’-face attitude shouldn’t work at all. But then there’s Rage 2.
Inspired by the colour palette of the ZX Spectrum, Deep Ones is a bare bones arcade platformer that’s loaded with cheap deaths and unintuitive design. The FNGR GNS review:
Our third Preview (!!!) of ONRUSH and those worries I had about team play have been smashed to pieces like a Blade being landed on by a Titan.
Spearhead Games are once again messing with accepted conventions in Omensight, an excellent 3D action platformer with RPG elements that has you traveling through time to solve a murder mystery. The FNGR GNS Review;
Simplistic dungeon crawler Crypt of the Serpent King has finally made its way to the PS4 in the EU and it’s an unpolished shallow adventure. The FNGR GNS Review;
It might lack a little originality but The Adventure Pals is a lighthearted adventure that’s as fun and as eccentric as its obvious inspirations. The FNGR GNS review;
Fortnite has defined and then redefined the Battle Royale genre with its rapid innovation in game play tweaks and balances.
The found phone game Simulacra combines the supernatural with uncomfortable realities. The FNGRGNS Review;
Infinity War is fantastic but could the events of Marvel’s latest master works ring hollow in the future?
The seventh and final of our EGX Rezzed hands-on previews looks at State of Mind from Daedalic Entertainment, Insane Robots from Playniac and Immortal: Unchained from Toadman.
Part six of our EGX Rezzed hands-on previews looks at The Spectrum Retreat from Ripstone and Dan Smith, Windlands 2 from Psytec Games and Lake Ridden from Midnight Hub.
Rogue Legacy meet Zelda crossed with The Swindle – Swords of Ditto finds originality by borrowing the best from the best and ditches the rest. The FNGR GNS Review;