I’ve heard of this game and knew it was a RPG where you played as a shark. It looks badass and gory as hell. I like how there is WTF factor of this game that makes me think of a Grindhouse movie. I’m definitely keeping this game on my radar. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Here’s a little taste of what I hope what will be a good bite to come. The graphics look great but I’m really hoping the gameplay feels more fluid than the original game. If the controls feel better and the better graphics, I think we can have ourselves a winner. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Zombies, zombies, everywhere and too many to shoot. Seriously, zombies are everywhere and like most, I usually pass many pieces of zombie media behind because they cycle through the usual tropes. Question is, does Dying Light stick out of the crowd or is it just another moaning wanderer?
Kyle Crane is a agent with the mysterious GRE sent into the quarantined city of Haran wear a viscous virus has caused the dead to rise. Once entering the city, it’s not long before Crane gets intercepted by a crime lord whose taking the opportunity to increase his power and Crane finds himself infected by a virus that doesn’t show it’s true horror until the sun goes down and the zombies grown manic and rabid and the horrific Volatilies emerge. Can Crane survive the horrors of the quarantine?
At first glance, Dying Light looks like a Dead Island clone with some Far Cry sprinkled in it. In many ways it is but once you start leveling up and unlocking new abilities, it becomes addicting fun. Combat is challenging but not overly so and parkour, while taking some time to get used to, is really fun and makes exploring the world interesting. I will warn you, some of the controls feel odd and alien so it takes awhile to get used to and even at endgame, I’d still confuse controls in a rush. The game does a good job at making night time terrifying and the Volitiles are some of the most frightening monsters of this console generation. For weaponry,their a is good assortment with nice customizable options. The game looks and sounds great but I did have some glitches where reactivity was slow and a few times where I simply just died, and die you will a lot. My biggest disappointments with this game are the pain in the ass fast travel and the weak ending. The story on it’s own is above average, including the side quests, but the end is a random QTE battle after a lot of running and climbing, making the final climax just feel like a tiny pop. In the end, Dying Light is a fun game to get lost in but despite the flaws, well worth the discount price. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
While The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Man of Medan was something of a disappointment for me, I am kind of pumped for the next installment. I love the time period and I’m always a sucker for these kind of stories. I’m pretty excited to see how this will turn out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I heard of the first game but I really haven’t followed what kind of game it was. The sequel looks pretty awesome and it’s a cool and creepy cinematic. I would check this game out, likely listening to Danke Schon as I go on my vampire rampage. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
This is something I didn’t know I wanted but actually do. My face changed several times during this batshit trailer. I can’t say I can predict what’s to come of this movie but holy shit I’m excited to see what’s to come. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I’m always curious to see what’s going in the world of horror movies. Here, I love the idea but the execution looks rough. It’s cool its a British horror movie and I feel the movie could go to some dark places, I feel there’s a chance it can be really cliche. May the gaming gods bring you glory.