Posts Tagged ‘Unreal Engine’

Review: SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy

by Nazih Fareson September 15, 2018
While most SNK fans are waiting for the potential King of Fighters XV, the developers figured it would be fun to play around with the iconic female fighters of the franchise and a different gameplay, in hope to spice thing up with SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy. While it looks like a simple game mainly […]

Review: MotoGP 18

by Nazih Fareson June 10, 2018
The Italian studio Milestone continues its work, and after the recently released MXGP Pro, Monster Energy Supercross, Gravel, and Ride 3, it’s time for their prized franchise of MotoGP 18 to come out. Completly re-imagined – as they like to claim – the MotoGP has a new engine, a fresh coat of paint, new updates, […]

Review: Sea of Thieves

by Nazih Fareson March 23, 2018
When I think of Rare, what pops into my mind is all the lovely memories I had playing their iconic games like Battletoad, Donkey Kong Country, and the amazing Perfect Dark. Nowadays, Rare is part of Microsoft long list of owned studios, and have been working on numerous Xbox exclusives since the early days of 2002 […]


Review: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

by Nazih Fareson February 3, 2018
Composed of developers from People Can Fly (creators of the crazy FPS BulletStorm),The Astronauts’ first game is very different from what they are known for. A calm adventure, without the slightest trace of fighting and at the limit of being a contemplative experience, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is one great experience now available on […]

Review: Theseus

by Mazen Abdallahon August 19, 2017
VR is still at that stage where we’re exploring its possibilities, and the big question is whether VR can branch out into something with its own substance. That’s easier said than done, considering developers have to think of a whole new way for players to interact with their games rather than simply retool existing concepts. […]

Review: Fortnite

by Nazih Fareson August 7, 2017
Announced back late 2011, it took Epic Games and the People Can Fly team over five years to finally release Fortnite, which is probably their most ambitious project to date. Yet, before we start this review, you should all note that although the game is out now on most platforms, it is technically a paid […]


Review: Guilty Gear XRD Rev 2

by Mazen Abdallahon June 19, 2017
It’s a great time for fighting game enthusiasts. We’ve got some amazing new sequels out in the market, and after the bumpy launch of Street Fighter V, fans can look forward to much more streamlined experiences from classics like Tekken 7 and relative newcomers like Injustice 2 (both reviewed by Nazih Fares the past months). […]

Review: Gears of War 4

by Nazih Fareson October 13, 2016
It was 10 years ago that the gaming world were introduced to Gears of War. A game that basically perfected the concept of cover-based shooter, to a point that it pushed gamers around the world to use the word “cover” as a an action that meant “take cover and shoot a bunch of weird monsters with a […]

Review: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

by Nazih Fareson June 28, 2016
Two years after the great Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, the famous London detective returns for another adventure full of mystery and crime solving. Without upsetting the original formula, Frogwares manages to revitalize the licence through a wide variety of controlled situations and plots. With its modern touch, relaxed atmosphere and great art direction, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s […]