Games

Dying Light – PC Game Review – Part 1/3

Dying Light is a brand new, sandbox type, zombie/apocalyptic first person shooter. It came out for Microsoft Windows, Linux, SteamOS, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms on 27 January 2015 in North America and 28 January 2015 in Europe and Australia. In this 3-part review I will give a good look at the game from different perspectives, …

Why do games still fail to show realistic graphics?

It may seem like a strange statement, accompanied by a screenshot from one of the latest and greatest hits on PC and consoles – “Call of duty: Advanced warfare” which features the digitized image of Kevin Spacey in quite a massive amount of detail. But that comes to show the point: graphics in video games …

The Long Dark – PC Game (p)Review

This game is in alpha stage and was released as a part of the “early access” section of Valve’s Steam service. That means it’s an ongoing game development in its early stages, and may contain bugs and missing features. To start, and as a clarification, this game is NOT a black porn/adult film – as …

The Sims 4 Release – Is it what we wanted?

The fourth installment in the people management game, “The Sims”, Is bound to hit the shelves of physical stores over the next few days. But Is it really any improvement over the previous version? We learned to expect new features, new possibilities and new reasons to get excited about the Sims franchise with each new …

Why are computer/video games in movies always so much better?

I don’t know why, but somewhere on the way from mind to reality, computer games never turn out as cool as they do appear in films. It may be budget constraints, lack of technological advancement, or simply lack of imagination, but somehow the films that depict games always make them look super-cool! The photo above is …