Single-Player Games for Over 100 Hours (2021 Update)
editorial30 March 2021
The longer, the better? If you think so, we've prepared a list of some of the longest single-player games that will keep you engaged for weeks or months.
The most anticipated games of the second half of 2017
editorial25 July 2017
After a satisfying first half of the year, the second half looks no less interesting. The publishers are planning releases for almost each and every of the most popular genres.
The most anticipated games of 2017 – Gamepressure picks
editorial05 January 2017
2016 has just come to an end. It’s high time we thought about what to play in 2017. Here are the top 30 picks of our editorial team.
15 RPGs we can’t wait to play – top upcoming role-playing games
editorial22 November 2016
„The Golden Age of RPG is upon us”, said Brian Fargo and got busy working on three separate projects. There are, however, many more RPGs worthy of attention out there, so we’ve cooked up a list of the best titles yet to come.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 interview – “RPG fans want to be treated with reasonable manner, not like they are complete idiots”
editorial26 August 2015
Divinity: Original Sin was one of the biggest surprises of 2014. Apart from the Enhanced Edition, Larian Studios also works on the sequel of this successful RPG. During our visit in Ghent we managed to gather some new information about the game.
9 Fresh MMORPGs Coming in 2021 and Beyond
editorial19 November 2020
The year 2020 was not much of a year and we want to forget it already. Since the bar is so low, there's a good chance that the coming months will be much more satisfying – also in terms of new MMORPG releases. Because you can't postpone them indefinitely!
15 Most-Wanted MMORPGs Coming in 2020
editorial21 September 2019
MMORPGs aren't dead – quite to the contrary, they're doing pretty well. In this article, we're taking a look at the most interesting projects that should be released between 2020 and 2021.
I Feel Fooled by Ubisoft... Again
editorial14 October 2021
Far Cry 6 reminded me of an important thing about Ubisoft that I've been aware of for a long time. I usually feel cheated by the studio. It makes wonderful promises, but never seems to deliver.