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Battlefield 4 Walkthrough [GUIDE]

Battlefield 4 Walkthrough [GUIDE]

CheatMasters brings you a complete Battlefield 4 Walkthrough. ...

Knack Walkthrough [Guide]

Knack Walkthrough [Guide]

Mark Cerny and Japan Studio bring back classic platforming goodness with Knack! Defeat every goblin with this comprehensive guide.

Sniper Elite III – Tips for Becoming a Sniper Elite [Guide]

Sniper Elite III – Tips for Becoming a Sniper Elite [Guide]

The predecessor Sniper Elite V2 had given wider audiences this brand of sniper gameplay that was first introduced in the first Sniper Elite, but it has now changed even more in Sniper Elite III for the sake of realism and fixing broken mechanics. It's a bit harder now as environments are more open and enemies are better at finding where you are now, so you need more tactical options in order to address these additional scenarios. ...

Road Not Taken [Review]

Road Not Taken [Review]

Thanks to games like FTL: Faster Than Light and The Binding of Isaac, roguelikes are now more prominent in recent releases. Some examples that have come out this year are Abyss Odyssey and the dancepad dungeon crawler Crypt of the NecroDancer. The roguelike express is not bound to stop anytime soon, and here's another one for the road. ...

Sniper Elite III [Review]

Sniper Elite III [Review]

There are some games where you get to fulfill your Nazi-killing sharpshooting fantasies with your trusty sniper rifle, kind of like in the movie Enemy at the Gates. For those who don't think that sniping is the way of cowards and spineless wimps, as well as those who are more about being consistent with it rather than just loudly celebrating every 360 no-scope that they may accidentally do, the Sniper Elite games have proven to be pretty good titles. This latest one is perhaps the best one yet as the developers are really done their work in this one. ...

Metro Redux [Review]

Metro Redux [Review]

The Metro games were pretty good, introducing a post-apocalyptic world that is still vibrant and interesting in its own way and not just full of wasteland with some ruins of whatever in between. The Metro world was more of people trying to make the most of things, despite all the violence and desparation going on. Despite the demise of Metro 2033's publisher THQ, the series has continued, or rather redone for a better look. ...

inFAMOUS: First Light [Review]

inFAMOUS: First Light [Review]

When inFAMOUS: Second Son first came out for the new PlayStation 4 back in March of this year, it was more of a continuation of how games had been in the previous generation rather than being completely "next-gen". Some saw it as a disappointment, while it could be more like the baby steps to the new generation of gaming. That then is continued with this follow-up to Second Son, and it's quite alright for fans of inFAMOUS. ...

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark [Review]

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark [Review]

Whenever there's a movie tie-in game that comes out, some groan while some go "huh?" when you ask them about it. However, whether longtime fans like it or not, the Transformers films is now at its fourth in the series and still selling tickets. It's also par for course that there would be yet another Transformers game to go with it. In fairness, the last one was actually alright, so there are some expectations with this one. It's made by a different company though, so it's bound to not go through the same treatment in development as its predecessor. ...

Valiant Hearts: The Great War [Review]

Valiant Hearts: The Great War [Review]

It seems that there has been so many games about WWII, but not enough about WWI due to many factors. For one thing, the second one seems to be the more well-known one as it truly was a world war that encompassed most parts of the globe, while the first one was more of a European affair, despite the number of nations embroiled in it (many would argue that Japan was included, but they were too busy with Asia anyway). So whenever there is a much-publicized game that is about World War I, there are people do take notice just ...

Bound by Flame [Review]

Bound by Flame [Review]

Coming up with a new original role-playing game of any sort is a slow and laborious process for the most part as it requires a lot of parts to be put together. From the story itself to the characters and the gameplay system, as well as the items, enemies, and various other things to make it feel like an RPG worth getting into for fans of the genre. It's a land full of mystery and wonder as you sift through the piles of titles with their own charm, but this one may be a bit more questionable. ...

Wolfenstein: The New Order [Review]

Wolfenstein: The New Order [Review]

The developer id Software had been giants during the 90's and early 2000's before they started slowing down after the release of Quake 4. Having since been acquired by Zenimax Media, who also own Bethesda Softworks, and with lead developer John Carmack leaving to work on Oculus Rift, it would have be interesting to see if id Software still got it. But they have since given the rights for Wolfenstein to MachineGames, and Raven Software had made Singularity back in 2010, and then moved on to helping with Call of Duty games. It should be interesting to see if this ...

Watch Dogs [Review]

Watch Dogs [Review]

If there ever is a game that shows just how powerful pre-release marketing really is, Watch Dogs is certainly it. The teaser trailers had gamers drooling over the open-world shoot-and-hack premise and the gorgeous next-gen HD graphics. It then got delayed from late 2013 to mid 2014, and succeeding trailers showed less detailed graphics that started to cast doubts on the game's development. But it's now here, and it has been more about criticizing the hype than the game itself. ...

MouseCraft [Review]

MouseCraft [Review]

Oddly enough, there are tons of games that have the "craft" suffix, such as Starcraft, Warcraft, Minecraft, and so on. This unique naming trope in gaming makes for some interesting titles that don't seem to look or play like those aforementioned games. There are those that aren't even about crafting or any sort of mastery at all, whether it's the craft of warfare or of making anything. MouseCraft isn't about making mice, nor making them make stuff, or sending them off to war. However, you kind of control them, sort of. ...

Among the Sleep [Review]

Among the Sleep [Review]

There are a ton of games these days that have such radically unique concepts that a lot of gamers are rolling their eyes whenever they see some indie title with unusual names and premises. Some are just variations of longtime tropes, while others are entirely different that may seem surreal and avant garde. But then again, there's nothing "avant garde" about babies, which this game is about, but how they're treated though may be. ...

Murdered: Soul Suspect [Review]

Murdered: Soul Suspect [Review]

There have been quite a few adventure games that lets you solve mysteries going around. Unlike most of them that have been reviewed here, which are hidden object games, this one is a more modern and fleshed out adventure game like Heavy Rain and L.A. Noire that lets you hunt down a serial killer by gathering clues and piecing together prior events in order to find the perpetrator and bring him to justice. This game though does take it a bit further in a way. ...

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