One the most graphically outstanding franchise game is getting another sequel just in time to push the threshold of your PC’s benchmark. EA announced today that Crysis will be making a return with a third game in the series developed by visual-powerhouse Crytek.
- Posted by UCC NEWS on April 16, 2012 under Articles, News, PC, Previews, PS3, Xbox360
- Posted by UCC NEWS on April 12, 2012 under Articles, News, PC, Previews, PS3, Videos, Xbox360
Posted by UCC NEWS on March 7, 2012 under Articles, News, PC, PS3, Xbox360
DICE announced today its ongoing commitment to fans by unveiling three new expansion packs for Battlefield 3 with fresh gameplay, new modes, unique environments, weapons and gear. Powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, the next expansion packs are: Battlefield 3:Close Quarters in June, Battlefield 3: Armored Kill in the fall, and Battlefield 3: End Game in the winter.
Posted by UCC NEWS on February 23, 2012 under Articles, News, PS3, Videos, Xbox360
The four player co-op side-scrolling shooter will be available March 13 for $9.99 on PSN and March 14 for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live. Shoot Many Robots follows P. Walter Tugnut on his mission to destroy as many robots as possible after a factory begins to produce killer robots. The side-scroller will feature an array weapons as well as item customization.
- Posted by UCC on September 5, 2011 under Articles, News, PC, PS3, Videos, Xbox360
Posted by Cory Satermo on March 14, 2011 under Articles, Portables, Previews
Gunner Galaxies is not your standard asteroid shooter, instead of moving your ship around the screen you only control the gun turret while your ship stays centre on the screen. Now this may sound a bit of a bore and the game does start out slow but once you progress through the waves of asteroids and finish some of the early stages the game gets quite crazy with surges of asteroid crashing towards your ship at great speed.
Posted by Anthony Bacchus on February 21, 2011 under Articles, PS3, Reviews
Sony’s Killzone series is now in its third iteration (fourth if counting the PSP offering) and after the success of Killzone 2, both critically and financially, Killzone 3 has a lot to live up to. Thankfully, Killzone 3 excels over it’s predecessor where it counts the most: gunplay and making you feel like a total bad ass! Unfortunately, the game fails to transcend the second game with awkward story sequences and even worse character development. Ultimately, it feels like Guerilla Games created a number of action sequences first and then tried to haphazardly weave a story between them.