Silent Hill: Ascension is 'Complete Garbage;' Monetization Sparks Outrage Among Gamers
Kamil Kleszyk, 02 November 2023, 07:47
The release of Silent Hill: Ascension Konami can certainly not be considered a success. The latest installment of the iconic series faces criticism from gamers, mainly due to the introduction of microtransactions.
'Best Rocks in Gaming'; Fans Crazy About Starfield's Rock Formations
Kamil Kleszyk, 05 July 2023, 14:04
Although Starfield has not yet debuted on the market, it has already gained a sizable fan base among... rock lovers.
Redfall 'an Insult to Entire Game Industry'; Gamers Don't Mince Words
Kamil Kleszyk, 03 May 2023, 22:37
Redfall, an open-world shooter by Arkane, studio known for Deathloop and the Dishonored series, has debuted on the market. The developers' latest work is experiencing review bombing from the players. And it's no suprise.
'Goblin Playground'; Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Showered in Praise
Jacob Blazewicz, 27 April 2023, 14:04
The demo of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom captivated journalists, especially those who like to „mess around” and experiment with game mechanics.
Like Single-player Battlefield; New Military Shooter Now on Steam
Kamil Kleszyk, 26 April 2023, 15:07
Looking for a single-player tactical shooter? This indie game debuted on Steam in early access and seems to be an interesting alternative to titles focused on online gameplay.
God of War Shows How Cost of Gamedev Increased Over the Years
Jakub Tarchala, 25 April 2023, 13:30
Former president of SIE Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, has commented on the increase in the cost of game development over the past 12 years. It costs almost 5 times as much today to create a AAA game as it did in 2010.
Instead of XCOM 3, I got Shadowgunners, and That's Totally Cool
Peter Bathge, 19 April 2023, 18:10
The new turn-based strategy Showgunners follows the path paved by Firaxis Games, which reinvented the genre. It's very dynamic, but also quite predictable.
Story in Diablo Has Never Been Black-and-White, But Only Diablo 4 Really Takes It For Real
Hubert Sosnowski, 01 April 2023, 14:10
Diablo almost always exuded darkness, but brought seemingly binary morality. Spoiler: it was never really like that. This world was drowning in a sea of grayness from the beginning. However, only Diablo 4 really taps into this moral ambiguity.
I'm Not Buying Diablo 4 on Release. I Still Don't Trust Activision-Blizzard
Zbigniew Woznicki, 30 March 2023, 13:19
Diablo 4 looks like a decent follow-up to one of my favorite series. The atmosphere in it is thick, the story seems adequately developed. Still, I don't see myself buying the game on release day.
I Played Redfall and I Don't Count On Another Powerful Single-player Game from Arkane
Krzysztof Lewandowski, 24 March 2023, 15:23
Even before its release, Redfall is considered a typical co-op game for close-knit tems of friends. The demo was supposed to present Arkane Studios' production in from a different angle, but I think it failed.
CS 2 Gives Me 3 Reasons to Return to Game That Used to Bore Me
Karol Laska, 24 March 2023, 14:31
Counter Strike 2 exists and living to see its release suddenly isn't impossible anymore. Charm of memories and a handful of hopes – doubts were not raised. It will be an instinctive return to the game that I love and hate at the same time.
In Sons of the Forest, Adventure Writes Itself and Surprises With Strangeness
Krzysztof Lewandowski, 02 March 2023, 16:08
Sons of the Forest is a strange survival adventure in a world of cannibals and mutants. At every turn, I feel the amazement of this wicked sandbox, and while playing, the story creates itself – though I have to tell parts of it myself.
Decades Go By, And No One Has Done It Better Than Baldur's Gate 2
Hubert Sosnowski, 25 February 2023, 16:23
Modern RPGs are often grand and beautiful productions, yet in some ways, Baldur's Gate 2 remains the unquestioned king of the genre. The odds are against Baldur's Gate 3, but I wouldn't bet my entire paycheck on it.
Soulstice - Bad Game Which I Had More Fun With Than This Year’s Hits
Sebastian Kasparek, 29 November 2022, 13:03
Virtual entertainment has been moving toward genre homogenization for years. There are more and more titles, meanwhile, some genres have practically died out, leaving a void. Today I will briefly talk about a certain medium representing a neglected style of games.
Eulogy to Red Dead Online. It's Been a Pleasure
Kristian Smoszna, 02 August 2022, 11:06
The call was made, and Rockstar openly said it will no longer create large additions to Red Dead Online. In doing so, it has murdered a module with enormous potential that it evidently failed to tap into.
Stray Proves Gameplay Isn't Everything
Julia Dragovic, 25 July 2022, 13:25
Stray has launched and became quite a hit – we finally got a cyberpunk game that lived up to the hype. While you're unlikely to hear my raptures about the gameplay itself, it's a hit as a feline phenomenon.
God of War: Ragnarok Saves 2022, The Internet Declares
Kamil Kleszyk, 07 July 2022, 14:12
The release date announced by Sony Interactive Entartainment for God of War: Ragnarok has turned the embers of hope buried in the hearts of impatient fans into a blaze. The upcoming game has a chance to save the current year, otherwise extremely poor in AAA game releases.
500 Hours and 10 Years - Max Payne 3 is One of the Games of My Life
Krzysiek Kalwasinski, 24 May 2022, 13:15
It's been 10 years since Max Payne 3 was released. And despite the passing of a decade, this game remains the best third-person shooter.
The Time When Kojima Trolled Me One Time Too Many
Hubert Sosnowski, 19 May 2022, 17:07
It's been seven years since the release of Metal Gear Solid 5, a game I've been anticipating like salvation. I finally played it, and I still can't forgive Kojima for one thing. He trolled us, the players, one too many times.
Cyberpunk 2077 No Longer Sucks - Second Approach After a Year
Przemyslaw Bartula, 10 May 2022, 14:00
I played two older games recently – Detroit: Become Human and Cyberpunk 2077. The former reminded me how bad a screenwriter David Cage is, and the latter allowed me to forget about many of its previous shortcomings.
Soulslike That Isn't Frustrating - Death's Door Gave Me More Joy Than Pain
Hubert Sosnowski, 09 May 2022, 11:36
Short and sweet – that's exactly what Death's Door is. An inconspicuous, pretty indie game (about a crow) is really uplifting. At the same time, it's a real workout. Even though is partly inspired by Dark Souls, it isn't nearly as frustrating.
Dune: Spice Wars Kept Me Up Till 4AM Because It's Just So Good
Kristian Smoszna, 28 April 2022, 14:05
Dune: Spice Wars, the newest strategy game set in the world of Dune, is out now in early access for everyone. I had a chance to spend some time with it and it was really intense and exciting, though not perfect.
Original War Was So Good I Can't Appreciate other RTS games
Hubert Sosnowski, 22 April 2022, 13:29
Probably each of you knows such a game. A production that made you so addicted that you could no longer look kindly on other representatives of the genre. For me, and a handful of other hardcore fans, such bar was set by Original War.
STALKER Review Bombed After Being Pulled From Sale in Russia
Michael Zegar, 08 March 2022, 22:06
The STALKER series has become another victim of review bombing on Steam. This is a consequence of GSC's games being pulled from sale in Russia.
Servers Can't Handle Battlefield 2042 Beta; Players Criticize Scope and AI
Michael Zegar, 06 October 2021, 17:03
The first reviews of Battlefield 2042's open beta have appeared on the web, with many complaining about poor bot AI, oversized maps, crashing servers, and many - often hilarious - bugs and glitches.
The Boys Season 2 Review Bombed For Unusual Reason
Aleksandra Dziwinska, 06 September 2020, 18:12
The Boys - the show with a slightly different approach to the subject of superheroes - has just received its second season. However, the fans didn't judge it very well. Why did Amazon's series suffer review bombing?