Frictional Games has already brought the evolution of the horror games genre with titles such as Penumbra and Amnesia series, by bringing the first-person perspective and using the sounds, they added all the jumps scare without revealing the entity that haunts us. They even inspired titles such as the Resident Evil series. Lastly, they released SOMA, which had a different approach, a science ficti...[Read More]
Amnesia: Rebirth is a 2020 survival horror video game developed and published by Frictional Games. It was released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 on October 20, 2020. It is the third installment in the franchise and serves as a sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent (2010). The game received generally positive reviews upon release.
Treyon and Nacon together developed Monster Truck Championship, the monster truck simulator. If you like controlling big vehicles, doing spins, destroying things and throwing mud, then this is the title you’re looking for. As soon as you start the game you will be prompted to pick a name, nationality, and vehicle type, lastly we need to pick a difficulty (easy, medium, difficult or extreme) ...[Read More]
The shooters were the most popular type of VR games, at the beginning, which usually presents simple gameplay that respects the maxims that these games must have so as not to make the staff dizzy. Survios like to try things differently and develop successful proposals such as Sprint Vector or Creed: Rise of Glory and gave us a taste of experiences we were yet to see in VR. Canadian studio Sinn Stu...[Read More]
Lately, co-op games and casual competitive titles are getting revitalize. Titles such as Among Us, which is basically a board game translated into a spaceship, and with Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, a friendly battle royale in which the fun is not limited to victory, but to the clumsiness of the little characters. And now we get Unrailed! , a video game developed by Indoor Astronaut and published ...[Read More]
Frontier Developments released the legendary RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 back in 2004 with the support of Atari. The theme park construction and management video game took a giant step towards a new version, larger, more complete and in 3D, presenting us with multiple improvements in the visualization, construction and custom edition of roller coasters and new attractions. It was an ambitious series, w...[Read More]
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 is a construction and management simulation video game. It is the third installment in the RollerCoaster Tycoon series, first released on November 2, 2004; in North America. RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 places players in charge of managing amusement parks; rides can be built or demolished, terrain and scenery can be adjusted, and prices can be controlled to keep visitors or "pe...[Read More]
A little over two years ago, Nacom brought the tennis simulators, a genre forgotten for years. Unfortunately, none have finished recovering the greatness of legendary titles like Virtua Tennis, but at least they have managed to offer an alternative for tennis fans. Now, and after the first installment, we receive the sequel to Tennis World Tour. Back to court Tennis World Tour 2 continues its evol...[Read More]
Tennis World Tour is a tennis video game developed by Breakpoint Studio and published by Bigben Interactive for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.