I am considering buying Call of Duty: World at War, there I said it. I have not bought a Call of Duty game since Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. That’s 6 years of Call of Duty abstinence and it has barely felt like a day. That isn’t some proud statement about the passage of time, it’s more of an indictment of just how little the later series entries have tempted me. And to be honest, I mostly bought Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops through chasing a feeling, the feeling that Modern Warfare, World at War and to some extent Modern Warfare 2. Continue reading
Fan of the Timesplitters series? Did that trailer leave you deeply unsatisfied? Are you curious what this mysterious Timesplitters Rewind is exactly? Well you are in the right place, today I will look into the information we have regarding Timesplitters Rewind and piece together what exactly we can expect. Continue reading
Dying in games is synonymous with re-spawning, relatively consequence free, back into the game to fight another fight or to hop on another helpless Goomba. Sure, most games have some consequence, for example, dying in Call of Duty will slightly hinder your chances of winning the Team Deathmatch, similarly dying in Mario will cost you a precious life. But some games take a bite back, giving the player a taste of their own medicine through doling out a punishing set back to the players hopes of success in the game. Some games however take this a step further, whether that means punishing your whole team for your incompetence, or wasting a whole lot of your time – these games take a certain amount of masochism in order to succeed, a drive for competition or a need to finish what you have started. Continue reading
Ubisoft are looking to kick of the fourth season of its highly coveted shooter Rainbow Six: Siege with a treat for both current players, and newcomers to the tense tactical action.
For the veteran operators there is the release of Operation Red Crow to get excited for. This is the fourth major update to the series since the games release almost a year ago. This update will see new operators Hibana and Echo join the diverse pool of current operators, and a new map named Skyscraper set in Nagoya, Japan is likely to add some freshness to online map rotation. Continue reading