Ever since the first Trials game released I have been a fanboy for the series, and ever game released since then have just taken everything that made the previous game and made it so much better so you can imagine my excitement when I got word I would review the PS4 version of the newest Trials...
It is finally here, the Elder Scrolls Online has launched after years and years of development and I might be the biggest Elder Scrolls fanatic on the TGP team so there was little to no question about who was going to take on this huge task of not only reviewing a Elder Scrolls game, which in...
Dynasty Warriors, the name itself evokes excitement for a lot of people and judging by the number at the end (and yes this does not indicate the exact amount of DW games released as there are many, many more) it is a well established franchise by now, we get to try out the latest release in the...
The first expansion for the critically acclaimed latest addition to the already well-known Diablo series, Diablo 3's Reaper of Souls has been unleashed upon us and you are in charge of once again saving the world and delving deep, deep underground. Get ready for a lot of clicking, a lot of...
InFamous is a game that, even though it isn't the most popular franchise out there it has created enough buzz and a big enough following that it has been able to turn itself into a profitable franchise and Second Son is proof of that, just take a look at the game and you will know what we mean...
We as gamers are lucky to live in a world where games like Luftrausers can exist. The only problem is that it needs to live mainly on word-of-mouth as it is a indie game but if you have followed us before you know how we feel about indie games, and Luftrauser is another reason as to why we...
With the incredible success of Minecraft we have seen these last couple of years it seems like mining is the new thing all games try to implement somehow in their game lately, and Steamworld Dig is one of the few out there that we had the pleasure of reviewing that actually changes it up enough...
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a tricky game to review right now, meaning it all depends on what you expect from the release, if you expect a full Metal Gear Solid game you will be disappointed however if you are looking for a snack to nibble on while you wait for Phantom Pain then this...
Dark Souls is a name of a game that evokes emotions, not the David Cage type of emotions but real ones. It is a series of games, with the first release called Demon Souls which came onto the scene and carved its name as a hard game, then Dark Souls released and it reopened the wound and poured...
The Thief franchise has seen a spam of 3 previous games, The Dark Project which released first back in 1998, The Metal Age which released in 2000, and Deadly Shadows which saw light back in 2004 and fans of the series had to wait 10 years for a new Thief game which we got to review for the PS4...
South Park came onto the scene like a nuclear bomb, it was an instant hit. From the humble animated shorts from two people Matt Stone and Trey Parker to the blockbuster movies, numerous seasons and a batch of video games, but with the release of Stick of Truth I can honestly say that in my mind...
Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 is a mixed bag of impressions, the story and the music and graphics alone are all strong contenders for why this game should be an incredible journey but sadly almost every other factor that makes up this game is lacking in some form.
Magus was Atlus sticking their feet into game developing for the first time, co-developing the game alongside Black Tower but sadly this is nothing more than a great potential on paper but rather lacklustre in ever other aspect.
Everybody loves Pac-Man, at least there was a time where everybody did but maybe not so much any more. But that is all about to change, because Pac-Man is once again being put into the spotlight with the release of Pac-Man Museum, a collection of Pac-Man games. So the question is, do we really...
In todays gaming industry you can broaden the spectre of what a game is and should be. With the blossom of indie developers around the world, and people realizing that you do not need a huge company behind you to get your dream game released, some might argue that we are currently drowning in...
Review - Trials Fusion
Review - The Elder Scrolls Online
Review - Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends CE
Review - Diablo III Reaper of Souls
Review - inFamous Second Son
Review - Luftrausers
Review - SteamWorld Dig
Review - Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes
Review - Dark Souls 2
Review - Thief
Review - South Park The Stick of Truth
Review - Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2
Review - Magus
Review - Pac-Man Museum
Review - Journal
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, is now available for Mac. As an expansion of an ongoing partnership between TransGaming and 2K, TransGaming will publish and distribute the Mac version of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, a daringly different blend of the strategy and action genres.
TransGaming utilized its industry-leading software translation technology, Cider, to bring the game to the Mac platform. Cider allows PC-developed games to be ported to Mac OS X platforms with minimal cost and development resources, and has been used to bring numerous AAA games to Mac that were only previously available on consoles and Windows PC platforms.
"We collaborated with 2K to deliver the same intensity that fans have come to expect from The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, now for the Mac platform," said Vikas Gupta, CEO of TransGaming. "With sole publishing and distribution rights for the title on Mac, TransGaming continues to solidify its position as the leader in the Mac gaming market with an impressive game portfolio and our innovative Cider technology."
Set in 1962 at the height of the Cold War, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified tells the origin story of the underground XCOM organization and its clandestine war against an imposing alien threat. As a third-person tactical shooter, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified delivers a new experience using the classic XCOM formula by taking players out of the familiar god-like view of strategy games and dropping them into the boots of special agent William Carter in the thick of combat. Using Carter's "Battle Focus" ability, players control squad mates and launch calculated attacks in order to advance and gain the upper edge. As the last line of defense, the player's every command can mean the difference between life and death for Carter, his squad and mankind.