Valorant Preview – I Love Shooters Again
game preview10 April 2020
The creators of the League of Legends have developed a shooter that behaves a lot like Counter Strike, feels a bit like Rainbow Six Siege, and features a visual setting reminiscent of Overwatch. There's no originality here, but it's still fun.
Minecraft Dungeons – Hack' n' Slash for Kids and Nothing More?
game preview09 April 2020
Mojang decided they want their own Diablo 3 in the Minecraft world. What could possibly go wrong? Basically everything, but surprisingly, the game looks really solid. As long as you're expecting to have simple fun, rather than be challenged.
Low Requirements and No Cheaters – Can Valorant Beat CS:GO?
game preview02 March 2020
Valorant, the shooter from the creators of League of Legends, promises to be a very interesting game. Low hardware requirements, minimized lags, and curbing cheaters, as well as a slew of borrowings from CS:GO – is this the recipe for the perfect shooter?
MisBits Preview – Virtual Kindergarten Waiting for Kids
game preview26 February 2020
Multiplayer, shooting, building things with colourful toys. A virtual nursery – a sandbox, where you can vent your creativity. What is MisBits and can it become a success?
Outriders Preview – No Pain No Gain!
game preview13 February 2020
"I've seen the Outriders preview." I brag to people, but nobody knows what Outriders is. They will soon find out, because although launching a new brand in 2020 is not easy, it is definitely worth trying and celebrating such attempts.
Hands-on: GTFO Combines Destiny with Alien
game preview09 December 2019
GTFO is a new, challenging co-op game. No matchmaking, emphasis on tactics, and limited resources – all this in a heavy and dark atmosphere reminiscent of Ridley Scott's Alien. We went to Copenhagen, Denmark to test the game ourselves.
Marvel's Avengers Like the Movies – Accessible, Intense, and... Completely Unremarkable
game preview28 August 2019
I expected Marvel's Avengers to be a decent game, but also one completely devoid of risky creativity and designed to provide simple entertainment for fans of the universe – and a short, hands-on presentation at gamescom confirmed my assumptions.
Yandere Simulator hands-on – Hitman in a skirt or a rather disturbing high-school murder sim
game preview25 October 2016
Yandere Simulator may be one of the weirdest and most disturbing among the games which are currently developed. While it originated in the USA, it’s got a distinct, and intentional, vibe of a morbid Japanese curiosity.
Osiris: New Dawn hands-on – unexpected survival phenomenon not unlike The Martian
game preview12 October 2016
A failed colonization attempt sets off a survival adventure on an uncharted planet. No worries though – we have our wits, tools and… a potato?
World War 3 is coming – We talked with The Farm 51 about their upcoming military shooter
game preview20 June 2016
While World War 3 has only just left its infancy, we’ve gathered enough info during our talk with Kamil Bilczynski as to be able to imagine the general shape of this game.
Impressions of Squad – Project Reality’s successor holds its own under fire
game preview04 January 2016
Squad – a tactical FPS and spiritual sequel to the famous Project Reality mod was recently made available on Steam Early Access. Despite being an early alpha, the game proves itself to be quite playable and glitch-free.