A frenetic FPS set on 40K’s most infamous planet, Necromunda: Hired Gun is an obvious labour of love with a few niggles. The Finger Guns review.
The opening movie for Streum On Studio’s fast paced FPS Necromunda: Hired Gun has been released.
Necromunda: Hired Gun looks like an excellent use of the Games Workshop IP. Here’s 5 reasons why you should be excited.
A promising idea for a game, let down by only being a multiplayer with one very repetitive gameplay mechanic. The Finger Guns review:
Square Enix remakes? The return of AG French Direct? What Comes After heads to Switch? It’s time for the Finger Guns Daily news blast.
Venturing into a cursed temple, Curse of the Dead Gods is a procedural labyrinth of upgrades, deadly traps and monsters. But does it hold up in a genre that’s reaching new heights? The Finger Guns Review.
The series progression from mud to snow showcases Saber Interactive’s love for physics-based terrain driving games. A therapeutic if challenging game, it’s something that requires both time and patience. The Finger Guns Review;
A much-needed injection of colour and levity into an otherwise serious game, but is it long enough to justify the asking price? The Finger Guns review:
Unless you’re a big Warhammer 40K fan, Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition will feel like a clunky, cringe-worthy shooter but for fans of the table top game, there’s a lot to love here. The FNGR GNS Review;