Crude Classics. Games Full of Bugs that Players Love Anyway
editorial31 October 2020
Games are rarely perfect in technical terms. Sometimes, though, it is the least sophisticated productions that win the hearts of players with their history and atmosphere, making us willing to turn a blind eye on even the most ridiculous drawbacks.
95% Chances of Success and I Missed?! Game Mechanics We Hate
editorial03 April 2020
Yes, we love games. But there are times when the only sensible reaction seems... throwing the keyboard out the window. Some of the mechanics have been under the players' skin, and today, we're exposing them all.
Creators of Kingdom Come About Petting Dogs, Mods, and Pissing Against the Wind
editorial23 August 2019
In over a year since the premiere of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse's developers have triumphed: they have overcome adversity, achieved commercial success, found themselves a publisher, which allows them to look into the future with optimism.
Realism is the jam! Kingdom Come and the Czech school of gamedev
editorial09 April 2018
Playing Kingdom Come was somewhat of a deja vu for me. I’m convinced I’ve played this game before… only the setting was, well, less medieval. Is the new RPG by Warhorse going to join the ranks of the all-time classics, along with its predecessors?
Curious Case of Saviour Schnapps: A hardcore saving system that divided gamers
editorial09 March 2018
The saving system in Kingdom Come: Deliverance has recently caused much fuss. Some called it a redundant and artificial hindrance; others thought it a splendid way to spice things up. Where’s the truth, if there's any? Mine is certainly not in the middle.
The most anticipated games of 2018
editorial04 January 2018
2018 should be as good as 2017. Among the potential hits there’s the sequel to Red Dead Redemption, the long-anticipated third part of Kingdom Hearts, the visually splendid remake of Shadow of the Colossus, and the incredibly atmospheric Vampyr.
Games that have us worried – will they meet the expectations?
editorial24 October 2017
Many potential hits will be released in the coming days and months. Some of them, unfortunately, raise doubts whether they will be up to snuff.
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.
Everything You Need to Know About Kingdom Come: Deliverance
editorial10 November 2014
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a RPG game set from a FPP perspective, taking place in historically accurate medieval Europe.
A Year Without Games? 2021 May Be Year of Unprecedented Delays
editorial02 April 2021
The apocalypse of shifting release dates predicted for 2020 didn't arrive. But it seems it was... postponed just as well. Here, we take a look at what looks like a coming year of unprecedented delays of video game releases.
Cyberpunk 2077 Already Has Fewer Players than The Witcher 3 - Is This Normal?
editorial25 March 2021
CD Projekt RED's latest game has plummeted on Steam, losing the vast majority of its player base and getting overtaken by six-year-old Geralt in The Wild Hunt. Was this expected?
The Best Games Killed by Bugs and Glitches
editorial16 March 2021
Bugs are the bane of many games. Fortunately, there are games that managed to cope with the overwhelming problems. Today we will not talk about them. We have chosen excellent games that were killed by bugs and technical condition.