Posts Tagged ‘Open World’

Review: Just Cause 4

by Mazen Abdallahon December 12, 2018
Another day, another explosion, right? Just Cause 4 is back with yet another coup d’etat simulator, and this time we’re going to South America. The setting this time around is Solis, a massive country with a tyrannical regime that only understands one thing: explosions. If this sounds familiar, it’s probably because Just Cause has kind […]

Review: Marvel’s Spider-Man

by Nazih Fareson September 22, 2018
Two years ago, Sony dropped the hammer by revealing a new Superhero project, led by an iconic studio known for its adventure game franchise like the Spyro series and more: Insomniac Games. That title revealed was based on a character that fans missed in gaming, the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man, simply called Marvel’s Spider-Man, an exclusive […]

Review: Yakuza Kiwami 2

by Mazen Abdallahon August 14, 2018
Ah, Yakuza. I find it surprising that there are so many Yakuza games out and the lore has gotten super elaborate, and yet there are still tons of people who haven’t played a Yakuza title. One of the most underrated series in gaming, the Yakuza franchise began in 2005 with the now-classic PS2 title Yakuza […]


Review: YAKUZA 6: The Song of Life

by Nazih Fareson March 15, 2018
After a successful port to the PlayStation 4 of the excellent Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami, recently reviewed on our site, the Yakuza franchise is back for its ultimate and final episode, supposed to put an end to the Kiryu Kazuma saga. Released back at the end of 2016 in Japan only, the game is […]

Review: Yakuza Kiwami

by Nazih Fareson August 31, 2017
So much blood and tears have flowed in Tokyo since the event of Yakuza 0 (previously review by Mazen Abdallah), a decade in which Kazuma Kiryu and his friend Akira Nishikiyama climbed the ranks of the Yakuza clan. But fate once again plagues a Dragon of Dojima, who is quickly going to fall into the […]

Review: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands

by Mazen Abdallahon March 9, 2017
In our last VGP Radio podcast, we discussed modern shooters and their appeal. During the episode (which you check out right here), we talked a lot about tactical shooters, and how they have a more niche appeal generally, since gamers want something simpler. However, the tactical aspect appeals to plenty of gamers as well, and my […]


Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

by Luciano Rahalon March 8, 2017
After several years of dwelling on the Killzone series, Dutch developers Guerrilla Games have dared to start over with a clean sheet. 5 years in the making and we finally have the beautiful universe of Horizon Zero Dawn. A completely new start that only highlights the ambition and courage that these developers where able to […]

Review: Yakuza 0

by Mazen Abdallahon January 31, 2017
Out of all the world’s criminal organizations, the Yakuza is definitely one of the most fascinating. It’s very organized, and while it’s frowned upon by Japan’s strongly conservative society, some of the larger organizations have been known to provide charity and even relief in times of disaster. Yakuza stand out partially because of their adherence […]

Review: Mafia III

by Nazih Fareson October 18, 2016
Let’s start very easily with a quick statement: While it’s quite a niche series, I myself was eagerly waiting for Mafia III. Admittedly considered as a revival of a cult license after 6 years of silence, this was not an easy task for 2K’s newest studio, Hangar 13, led by Haden Blackman (worked on games […]


Review: Just Cause 3: Air, Land and Sea Expansion Pass

by Nazih Fareson March 10, 2016
Editor’s Note: This review only features the first of the three downloadable content – Sky Fortress – that is available individually and part of Just Cause 3’s Air, Land and Sea Expansion Pass. The review will be updated throughout the coming months after the release of Land Mech Assault and Bavarium Sea Heist, which will reflect on the global score and verdict. Months after its launch on Xbox […]