Posts Tagged ‘Deep Silver’

Review: Metro Exodus

by Mazen Abdallahon March 12, 2019
The Metro series is definitely not one of the biggest names in gaming, although it has a substantial and devoted fanbase. The series takes place in an Eastern European wasteland in which a nuclear holocaust ravaged the world. People in this post-apocalyptic wasteland take shelter in, you guessed it, the metro stations. As such, big […]

Review: Onrush

by Nazih Fareson June 13, 2018
To be announced as the spiritual successor of the MotorStorm series inevitably aroused a big interest in me, especially since I was a big fan of the arcade racing game created by Evolution Studios. When you discover that the same core team is within the ranks of Codemasters, known for his driving simulation titles like Colin […]

Review: Kingdom Come: Deliverance

by Mazen Abdallahon February 24, 2018
RPGs are probably the biggest genre in single-player gaming, and while FPS and third person action aren’t as prolific these days, people are always up for a good RPG. The thing is, however, most Western RPGs are set in the fantasy world. Someone got the idea to crib Tolkien way back when and we’ve just […]


Review: Agents of Mayhem

by Mazen Abdallahon September 6, 2017
With Saints Row cycle, I jumped in for the second installment, which won me over with its ridiculous humor and violence. I haven’t been a fan of more recent installments (3 was the peak for me). Saints Row 4 was still fun to play, but Gat out of Hell seemed boring to me. It seemed […]

Review: Persona 5

by Nazih Fareson March 29, 2017
When you think of Atlus, the first thing that pops most gamers is the Megami Tensei, Power Instinct or Persona. The latter is one of those Japanese niche sagas adored by its fans and completely unknown to the rest of the world until Persona 4 and soon enough its portable version on PS Vita Persona […]

Review: Mighty No. 9

by Mazen Abdallahon July 20, 2016
It’s here. Mighty No. 9: The awesome game for awesome people, the Kickstarter kid, the Megaman for the mega age. The question on everyone’s minds is whether it lives up to the hype. The obvious answer is no. But if you take away Mighty No. 9’s hype you get a solid 2D shooter which has […]


Review: Dead Island: Definitive Edition

by Nazih Fareson June 24, 2016
Editor’s Note: This review only focuses on the technical and enhancement done on Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide. There’s no mention of the story or focus on core gameplay. More than 5 years after the release of the first episode of Dead Island, Techland’s zombie hordes land again on the new(er) generation consoles and PC […]

Review: Homefront: The Revolution

by Nazih Fareson May 22, 2016
Homefront: The Revolution has been a chaotic development. Started under the umbrella of THQ, with Crytek UK at the helm, forced the studio after couple of years to sell the license to Koch Media, and now completed by the new team over at Dambuster Studios. Between corporate restructure and technical problems, this chaotic game release […]

Preview: Homefront: The Revolution

by Luciano Rahalon February 22, 2016
Playing Homefront: The Revolution latest beta was quite a painful experience. 6 hours downloading with several down times, 20 minutes refreshing and waiting to find players which at some points felt like the apocalypse has just happened, random crashes, but eventually I was there. Going in, I already had a bad impression on what to […]


Review: Saints Row IV: Gat Out of Hell

by Nazih Fareson January 30, 2015
Known to have no boundaries in term of obnoxious craziness, the Saints Row series dropped their fourth episode last year, breaking all kinds of expectation. As players and critics have welcomed the original title at a time where GTAV was nowhere to be found, Volition were preparing for a new add-on: Gat Out of Hell. The studio’s publishers – Deep Silver […]