Tag Archives: First Person Shooter

Fallout 4 review

The wasteland is full of dangers, wonders and mystery. It’s powerfully compelling, practically longing to be explored. Moreover, exploration is profusely rewarding. Every nook and cranny hides ammo, medical supplies, crafting and building resources, wasteland lore, easter eggs, enemies, missions and general adventure. It’s meticulously crafted to look lived-in as well as match aesthetically with […]

Author Chris Brookmyre takes players inside Bedlam

We recently reviewed genre-hoping FPS Bedlam and was blown away by the unique storytelling tied so intimately into the experience. It’s an odd and clever game that doesn’t always tap into the fun we so often associate with games but instead purposely builds on frustration and unfairness in order to share its story. It’s terrific and […]

Bedlam: The Game review

Bedlam The Game is a peculiar title, one where its missteps as a game are more forgivable because many of them are intentional, and one where the overall story is more important than the minute to minute experience. As such it’s a difficult game to recommend to the majority but a superb representation of the […]

Gunscape launch announcement

  Blowfish Studios have confirmed they will release their world-building/first person shooter hybrid,  Gunscape, on Xbox One on September 9, 2015. In Gunscape , gamers can create, share and enjoy their own levels in addition to discovering and playing maps created by others. Gunscape takes all the most memorable elements from early 90’s shooters and places them in a […]