Precision driving, precision shooting, and… precision survival (?) collide in this month’s Cult of the Fiver. We’ll cover Max Payne 3, Don’t Starve, Driver: San Francisco, Fallout 3, and Splinter Cell: Conviction.
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Awwww yeah, Splinter Cell. I love Splinter Cell. I finally picked up Blacklist after a few months of waiting for a price drop, and now I’m playing through the single player campaign and experimenting a bit in multiplayer. It’s an […]
Evoland Evoland is a distilled reminiscence of every RPG you ever liked, all in one game. What starts as a history lesson soon progresses into a pretty enjoyable romp through action RPG and turn based elements, culminating in puzzles that […]
I got into the Titanfall beta this weekend, and despite some server issues I managed to play for a few hours this afternoon. What I found wasn’t terribly surprising, but it was terribly refreshing! Let’s dig into the Titanfall beta […]
The current hotness in the world of gaming is enabling portable in-home gaming by leveraging your screaming-fast non-portable hardware. The Wii U has gamepad play, Sony’s got PS Now, and Valve has recently launched a beta of their “In-Home Streaming” feature for Steam. I recently got a beta invite, so I sat down with my hardware to figure out what’s what.
Happy New Year! Let’s celebrate with some cheap games: Rochard, Guacamelee, Tomb Raider, The Swapper, Orcs Must Die 2, and Joe Danger 2: The Movie!
The winter game sales are now upon us! Now is the time we cultists dream of, when we can snap up deals from every corner of the internet. Let us reflect on these past months of cheap game reviews, and I shall declare my top 5 (obviously…) must-buys!
For the December edition, we review Brutal Legend, Strike Suit Zero, Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol, Incredipede, Serious Sam, and finally Rogue Legacy.
In November’s CotF, we cover Dungeons of Dredmor, Auditorium, Evil Genius, Far Cry 3, Organ Trail, and Assassin’s Creed 3.
Undoubtedly one of the hardest achievements in Dungeons of Dredmor is Left for Dread, which is the achievement you earn from beating the game on Going Rogue (hard) with Permadeath on. Luckily, it’s not really that hard if you plan […]