Posts Tagged ‘First Person Shooter’

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: Overkill’s The Walking Dead

by Mazen Abdallahon November 12, 2018
Licensed games are a mixed bag. Usually, gamers regard them with scorn and derision. That’s because most licensed games are just generic titles that are put out using a particular show, movie, or book as a backdrop to sell more copies. However, there is a second, albeit smaller category. The licensed games that create a […]

Review: Ion Maiden

by Mazen Abdallahon May 21, 2018
Gaming has evolved a lot over the past few decades, and in the process, a lot of genres have changed around, both because of player demand and new trends. The first person shooter has definitely experienced this, and we’ve seen it change around from a predominantly linear experience where multiplayer is a bonus to a […]


Review: Warhammer: Vermintide 2

by Mazen Abdallahon April 15, 2018
Warhammer occupies a special place in the nerd world. The strange, often unpleasant world of Warhammer started off with tabletop, but it would branch out into the game’s world before long, spawning a number of strategy titles that brought the tabletop universe to the screen. After long enough, there were also spinoffs in the form […]

Review: PAYDAY 2

by Nazih Fareson February 26, 2018
An already very popular game on PC and home consoles, Payday 2 came out in 2013 as a sequel to the awesome Payday: The Heist. Offering to be the bad guys for once, and strategically take part of robberies and heists as a team of 4, the game is one hell of a fun game for friends, […]

Review: Call of Duty WWII

by Mazen Abdallahon November 10, 2017
In many ways, we’re entering a new age of game development. I’m not just talking about the notion of games as a service or the proliferation of new ways to sell games. I’m referring to the relationship between gamers and the developers. In the age of Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube, game developers are in […]


Review: DeadCore

by Nazih Fareson August 4, 2017
At the end of 2012, a small independent studio called 5 Bits Games got enough support to create Deadlock, a FPS game merge with puzzles and platforming action, reminding us of Valve’s Portal series, or even Blue Isle Studios’ Valley (which we reviewed back in September 2016). After being eventually supported by Bandai Namco, the […]

Review: Eve: Valkyrie

by Nazih Fareson February 22, 2017
Launched in 2003, the MMO EVE Online continues to attract crowds for now over 13 years, filled with many spin-offs continuing to fuel this passion for fans of the universe. After DUST 514, a well-made first-person shooter, and the pretty ok mobile VR experience called Gunjack (which you can read the review here), the Icelandic studio […]

Review: Gunjack

by Luciano Rahalon February 20, 2017
When they first announced PlayStation VR many publishers started talking about the possibilities of expanding some of their existing titles into this new territory but very few knew what they were doing. Now that VR has been around for couple of months, we can already see that it is possible to turn certain experiences into […]


Review: Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

by Nazih Fareson February 1, 2017
From the old Doom titles, F.E.A.R., passing by recently modern Alien: Isolation, very few FPS games in my career really pushed me to wimp out of the game (except the Dead Space series but that’s a third person shooter). Like at the movies, fear can become one of the most effective ways to have your adrenaline pumped, to fully immerse […]