Rainbow Six Siege (2015) | Excellent Gameplay Under One Mode But Fails To Impress, Limited Content, No Respawn, No Team Deathmatch

Rainbow 6 Siege is the long-awaited successor to Rainbow Six Vegas 2. I enjoyed playing it, for a couple days, but got quickly bored due to lack of content, lack of game modes, and lack of excitement. Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was perhaps my favorite first-person shooter game of all time. I continued playing the game on PS3 until no one was playing anymore, and then I bought... read more

Mechanic Watermelon Review – Free-to-play Chrome Web Store Game | Highly Addicting and Extremely Hard Strategy Puzzle Game

In an age of Call of Duty and Skyrim, modern games often tend to focus more on graphics than game mechanics and gameplay. That said, of course modern graphical games have their merit, and ultra-realistic graphics are pretty cool too. However, with the age of ultra high realism, game developers seem to be moving away from the basic game mechanics, and games are more... read more

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege | Awesome And Realistic Next-Gen First-Person Shooter

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is a hardcore first-person shooter with lots of real-time strategy and realistic feels to it. It is produced and published by Ubisoft and is currently in a Closed Alpha phase for PC with sign ups for the upcoming Beta that will be released soon. There will be more Beta keys released for the Closed Alpha so make sure you try to get a key.... read more

80 Days | Best Single Player iOS Game I Have Played In Years

This is for all of you who have been looking for that mobile game that will give you something to do while you are waiting for a doctor's appointment, or looking to take a discreet 10 minutes off work. Games like "Clash of Clans" and others look great, but some of us want a more casual gaming experience. Normally, I dismiss casual games and casual gamers as, well,... read more

“Garbage Day” Game Allows You To Live The Same Day Over and Over Again Like In Groundhog Day With Bill Murray

Live the same day over and over again. Developer Svajunas Zemaitas announced that they are working on a new game that allows gamers to live the same day again and again. Garbage Day is described as an open-world game that allows players to explore an immersive interactive world with almost limitless possibilities. The only catch? Once you die during gameplay, or if the... read more

Retro Game “Chip’s Challenge” To Get Sequel After Only 25 Years Of Waiting

Chip's challenge, the original puzzle game developed by Chuck Sommerville for The Windows 3.1 and The Atari Lynx, is finally getting a sequel after 25 years. It will be named "Chip's Challenge Two", and the original game will be available for Steam users on May 28th, 2015. Chip's challenge is a tile-based puzzle game that was released in 1989 by Chuck Sommerville. The... read more

26 Facts About The Original Game Boy That You Never Knew | Game Boy’s 26th Anniversary

In honor of the 26th Birthday of the Game Boy System, we take a look at 25 facts about the game system that could fit in your pocket and would take the gaming world by storm in 1989. The Game Boy might be older then most of the people that originally played it, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have a very special place in the memories of our childhood. 26 May 21 was... read more

DOTA 2: Defense Of The Ancients | The Ten Million Dollar Game

I have been a gamer all my life. I played hundreds of hours of Pokemon, I got every last dime out of my N64, I beat up my Xbox controllers. At heart though it is the PC that has the strongest hold. Civilization, Rome Total War, Rise of Nations, these were the games that sucked up hours of my time. It was hard to imagine anything surpassing the RTS format. It is the... read more

GameStop To Sell Retro Consoles and Games as Part of a New Promotion.

This is the kind of promotion that gamers dream of. The gaming retailer GameStop, will be starting a new promotion in which customers will be able to buy and trade old game consoles and games. According to IGN, the promotion will be begin at stores in New York and Birmingham, but may be expanded to the rest of the United States if the promotion proves... read more

Project Cars Set To Release In May With 110 Different Tracks And 30 Locations

Game developer Slightly Mad Studios announced this week that their upcoming title, Project Cars, will feature 110 courses and 30 locations at its launch. The game will be released on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on May 12th. The game will also be released for the Wii U, although no further details has been given on the Nintendo release. The game has been delayed three... read more