I am a gamer. I love my PlayStation and PC, my shooters and platformers, and for me, there is nothing like that feeling you get from being the hero in a good adventure story. The trouble is a lot of people discount video games as a juvenile or even a waste of time. Non-gamers have... Continue Reading →
Ok, I will be the first to admit that when it comes to gaming I have very little patience. It's why I love a good shooter over an MMO and why so many of my Hitman missions go horribly wrong.
The challenges of balancing levels in a procedurally generated game and what is next for Behaviour Interactive
Black Ops 4 has been officially revealed and has many people questioning if Treyarch knows how to count, in Latin.
The "forget what you know" suggests a reboot or backtracking for the franchise. Call of Duty's recent return to 'boots on the ground' combat has been a success given the strong sales of CoD: WWII. A big rebound from Infinite Warfare, matching previous franchise highs similar to Modern Warfare 2. There is a strong possibility that... Continue Reading →
Optional boss fights, no jump button, and new themes punctuate a very different approach the franchise.
Sekhmet was Egyptian goddess of the hunt. Part woman, part lioness, part death beam apparently, but easy enough to outmanoeuvre and defeat.