When the original Borderlands launched in 2009 it gave people so many reasons to love it, but also a lot of reasons to uninstall it forever. If you managed to get through the awkward, slow, boring beginning to get to the bulk of the game (as well as the four DLC expansions) you were probably [...]
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Do you like shooting? Do you like robots? How about shooting robots? More importantly do you like 2d platform shooters that let you destroy thousands of robots? Well you’re lying because until now there weren’t any, but now you can do just that in Shoot Many Robots.
Blacklight: Tango Down released in 2010 and was met with average scores and lackluster opinions among gamers. Because of this, I wasn’t exactly doing backflips when I heard there was going to be a F2P sequel called Blacklight: Retribution. I expected to be met with another dull, generic shooter retrofitted with a ‘try hard’ futuristic [...]
With the booming success of Minecraft causing a ruckus in the industry, it was obvious we were eventually going to see plenty of clones and rip-offs. Now we are neck deep in them. The newest of these bastard offspring is Brickforce which consists of yet more cartoony aesthetic, block based graphics, and building. This time [...]
Skyrim is far from a perfect game. Anyone who expected it to be has entirely irrational standards. It is definitely a great game but like all games it has it’s flaws. Bethesda may be great at providing us with games that immerse us within them but when it comes to actual gameplay mechanics they always [...]