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Dreamt up during the infamous 7 Day FPS Challenge Superhot developers Superhot Team took to Kickstarter to secure enough funding to develop the title into a full blown release. And I for one am glad they did.
7 years ago, we saw the birth of what would go onto become one of the most played games and franchises on the Xbox 360, Borderlands, developed by Gearbox Software. Well this year they`ve returned to the next-gen with their new MOBA title, Battleborn. Battleborn was released this month and features heavy multiplayer as you take on hordes and hordes on robots and minions, and many other mental things. But, is Battleborn a game that is going to make it stand out this year? Or is It a game that is going to fall away from the rest of the pack? Well, I have to say, my opinion, is I think it has the potential to be a real stand-out game.
Seven months ago, Enjoy Up enjoyed their release of their first title for the Xbox One, Rock N Racing off Road DX, this week they have launched their next title for the Xbox one, that follows the same sort of characteristics of their first title, and a very similar title too, GP Rock N Racing! Is it a game though that would make me want to play again and again? Or it a game that will crash out at the first bend of the race? Well, after 10 minutes of playing it, I feared it was going to be the latter. And 3 hours in, that was confirmed.
When it comes to racing games I like them simple and old school. Super Sprint, Super RC Pro Am and Ultimate Super Skidmarks immediately spring to mind when I think of top down racers that I loved back in the day. So when I heard about Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing with its top down old school style I got a little excited.
Superhot has definitely brought a new style of game to the genre that has been looking for refreshment for a while. This time-based action shooter is something new and something great!
I saw a trailer for this game a while ago on the internet and I thought it had some possible potential. I was luckily enough to get a code for it, to test it out to see if it was as good as it looked from a minute long trailer. It was a lot better than what I imagined. The whole concept of the faster your character moves the faster time moves is great. It brings something new. Yes the graphics may not rival those of battlefield or something like that but the gameplay surely matches it. The whole game is set with a red, black and white theme to keep it simple, with the main menus similar to those of an old computer, with some hidden secrets inside some of the files. This game will keep you entertained for hours, planning each move step by step and making sure that you don’t get hit by anything.
The Park by Funcom is a story driven game played through the viewpoint of Lorraine who's son Callum has lost his teddy bear in the local amusement park. But this is no day out in Disney World. This amusement park hides a dark and sinister secret. Just as the park is closing Callum informs you that he's lost his favourite teddy bear inside the park. A friendly employee decides to let you go to retrieve the teddy but Callum decides to follow you and he wants you to play chase with him. The Park quickly takes a turn for the worst because no sooner do you climb aboard