I am liking what I am seeing in the Beta and even though the amount of content is very limited, Destiny 2 looks very promising indeed.
More than 2 billion minutes were played, and more than 60 percent of players gathered their squad to play the Open Beta in Co-Op.
Syndrome launches today on Steam for PC, Windows and Mac (with Linux coming shortly), priced at $24,99/22,99€/18,99£, packing everything that makes classic survival horror games great: dark spaceship corridors, weapons that are few and far between, and the unmistakable impression that everything is trying to kill you. Your only hope is to search the quiet,…
Greedventory is a challenging rougelike RPG being ironic about genre habits like adventurer’s thirst for shiny loot, quests and kicking barrels in dungeons.
The Good Robot is a shoot – em up style game that brings back memories of arcade games from the ’80s which if you’re like me, you’ll end up loving it.
The Culling is showing promise and it is a game that I will keep my eye on while it continues through its Early Access via Steam
Blockstorm it’s a fun game, but just keep in mind the fact that you may not get your money’s worth out of the purchase at this particular moment.
After playing Destiny Beta I cannot wait till September arrives so I can have a bloody great time to find out what my Destiny is!
I am going to start by saying that Destiny from Bungie will be this year’s Game Of The Year. Everything I saw and played in the short Alpha left me speechless.