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11 Good Games Whose Plot is Nonsense
11 Good Games Whose Plot is Nonsense

editorial01 January 2020

Good games must have good plot, right? Right!? Unfortunately, not. The industry has repeatedly shown us that good developers are enough to earn one’s place in the annals on interactive entertainment. Script? I don’t know, just cook up something, kthxbye.

Facts and fiction in the Wolfenstein games
Facts and fiction in the Wolfenstein games

editorial13 January 2018

Wolfenstein games defined the FPS genre. At the same time, they feature multiple elements based on what we might read in history books, be it people, locations, items, and whatnot. Let us analyze some of the most prominent inspirations.

Who's Afraid of the Swastika? Nazi Symbols in Video Games
Who's Afraid of the Swastika? Nazi Symbols in Video Games

editorial17 February 2015

The Nazis have been featured in video games since the 1980s; interestingly though, they were not always associated with historically accurate symbols. We decided to take a peek at the laws that give game developers much headache.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Demo is Great Move - I Finally Bought the Game!
Cyberpunk 2077 Demo is Great Move - I Finally Bought the Game!

editorial21 February 2022

The free demo, released along patch 1.5, finally convinced me to buy Cyberpunk 2077 on a console. After the drama surrounding the PS4 version, playing on PS5 is a breath of fresh air.

The Witcher 3 Elements That Didn't Work in Cyberpunk 2077
The Witcher 3 Elements That Didn't Work in Cyberpunk 2077

editorial27 December 2021

Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 are very different games at first glance. However, a keen eye will spot some very similar elements – not all of which work well in both games, though.

FPS Veterans Talk Genre Future - And I Can't Agree More
FPS Veterans Talk Genre Future - And I Can't Agree More

editorial10 July 2021

Veterans of the FPS genre from Electronic Arts have outlined their vision for the future of the genre. It's worth remembering their words, because they are probably based not only on hunches, but also work they're already doing.