The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle Earth Walkthrough [ Guide ]
The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle Earth is a city building simulation game developed by Kabam, where you will have to balance your resources in order to build both your empire, as well as your army. This is done to defend your land against invaders, plus take on forces surrounding your kingdom. It is a game that was based on the Lord of the Rings mythos, and you will also be able to see and interact with several characters from both the movie and the novels as you perform different tasks for the glory of your land.
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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning [ Review ]
After much anticipation, the game by 38 Studios and Big Huge Games has finally hit the shelves. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning first strikes players as another generic hack-and-slash title, but then they get hit by various gameplay mechanics that make this game more than just some button-masher. Both casual and hardcore RPG fans will find this game to their liking for developers focused on one thing that matters most in games -- the gameplay.
The team that worked on this game included Ken Rolston, the lead designer for The Elder Scrolls' Morrowind and Oblivion, R.A. Salvatore, best-selling author of Forgotten Realms [...More
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning [ Preview ]
Among the many new role-playing games being released nowadays, including good stuff like Skyrim and some others that may garner either some praise or a lot of criticism. Many hardcore fans would argue that RPGs nowadays are so watered down and focused too much on aesthetics that gameplay seems to have been sacrificed. Others would argue that making games friendly for casuals make the RPG genre more marketable and bring in new fans. Perhaps the balance between the two schools of thought will now be achieved with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
This game is set to hit shelves on February 7, [...More
Sovereign: Kingdoms (iOS) [ Review ]
This is basically a town building game of sorts where you play an adventurer and you get to rule over a village while traveling to various places and fighting monsters in the process. This is basically an RPG and a city building sim combined into one. It's quite a novel mix of genres that shows how each of them isn't as good and addictive as the sum of its parts.
As an adventurer, you're looking to make the most of your resources courtesy of a small patch of land and some gold coins to create a village and strengthen your character [...More
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning [ Screenshots ]
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is a single-player role-playing game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This game is developed and published by 38 Studios, Big Huge Games and Electronic Arts.
This game will feature 5 regions, 3 class trees, 4 playable races and 22 abilities.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning will be released first quarter of 2012.
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2020: My Country Walkthrough [Guide]
2020: My Country puts players in the role of mayor on a futuristic island, and they are tasked to manage the various resources available so that they can expand and give the ever growing population a great place to live, work, and play in. There will be various businesses, establishments, and other sites to build, with each having certain requirements that will reward players with cash and other items that they can then use to make further improvements. Can you run your country and turn it into a bustling metropolis?
2020: My Country is a city simulation game with various resources [...More
Bombcats Walkthrough [Guide]
Bombcats is a fun and explosive game where players must save mini versions of themselves across several challenging puzzles. There are many cats – each with unique and explosive abilities – that can be used in order to get the job done, and the fun and excitement just multiplies with every stage that you play.
Bombcats revolves around rescuing kittens by navigating through the world by jumping through and around different obstacles. Doing well in these missions are important, as certain requirements must be met in order for further stages to unlock, and amassing gems are also very important so that [...More
Fast and Furious 6: The Game Walkthrough [Guide]
Rev up your engines and take it to the streets with Fast and Furious 6: The Game, the official video game tie-in for the movie that is soon to come out in theaters. Play through the storyline and pimp up your ride in order to dominate the streets with your high-speed car and amazing drifting skills. This article will have you racing left and right and proving your dominance on the track in no time flat.
Fast and Furious 6: The Game revolves around proper timing of moves based on visual cues displayed on the screen. Players must launch, shift up, [...More
Metro: Last Light [Review]
Metro 2033 was one of the big hits from 2010, which combined a dark atmosphere with some pretty substantial action. When THQ met its demise in early 2013, the fate of the sequel seemed to be in jeopardy. But with Deep Silver taking the reins of publishing rights, the game proceeded with final stages of development and has now been released to an eager fanbase. Metro Last Light held the promise of improvements from the original formula that made for the previous game's success.
This game is a first person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Russia with bold visuals and a [...More
Fast and Furious 6: The Game [Review]
The law of the universe dictates that for every popular movie, a video game tie-in must precede it, and while that adage does not often play out well for both gamers and developers, it’s still pretty much the trend. This is the reason why Fast and Furious 6: The Game comes as no surprise, with the movie is coming out in theaters soon, and both Universal Studios and Kabam are definitely taking advantage of riding on the coattails of this latest installment in the FF series.
The game has both a Story Mode as well as a form of Career Mode. [...More