The plot of this game is simple, you are Cryptosporidium 137 an alien clone from the planet Furon, and you have come to Earth because Cryptosporidium 136, the previous version of you has crash landed there. Your job, find your clone, recover any lost technology, oh and it seems you can mine humans for Furon DNA because due to some previous events long ago, humans contain pure Furon DNA. I’ll let you play the game to find out how and why.
With the twitch explosion we thought we’d take a quick look and see if it’s actually worth your time, or if it’s one of those games that’s better to watch than to play.
Agent 47 is at it once again, but if you have played the long list of Hitman games up to this point there are some things that are now different, whether they are good or bad I think depends on the kind of gamer you are.
Fall guys Ultimate Knockout is a new twist on the player-versus-player battle royale style game that has become really been popular across the masses for the past couple years.
Many people play super hero games because they want to feel like they are that super hero. Thankfully Insomniac Games delivers by not only making you feel like Spiderman, but as his alter-ego Peter Parker as well.
In the first game you are a man who lost his daughter, who now has a shot at helping to save the world by protecting a little girl and delivering her across the country to a group who believes they have cure to what is plaguing mankind. That is not what this game is about.
I avoided this game for quite a while because I normally play games when I’m not at work and this one seemed a little too spot on for the retail experience.
Take the big things there are to love about a Fallout game, now throw them into an outer space environment, see what you’ve got now? That’s The Outer Worlds.
I want to start with two things. First I have not played the first three games in this series but I wanted to give them a shot because second I love a good stealth game, and I have been looking for a really good one for a while, and it seemed like sneaking around was an integral part of this title.
I’ll start with a question. Do you love the story telling style of the Uncharted games? You know with the semi-linear levels, quicktime events, and integrated stories. When FromSoftware came out with Bloodbourne did you think it was a step in the perfect direction from the Dark Souls series? If you answered yes to both those questions then regardless of your Star Wars fandom, Fallen Order is probably a title for you.