Dying Light: Bad Blood Review – A Zombie-Soaked Battle Royal Free-for-all

Dying Light: Bad Blood Techland It’s hard to believe that Techland’s zombie masterpiece has been out for over three years already. It’s highly intuitive parkouring and constant sense of tension are elements that helped to catapult Dying Light’s popularity to epic proportions. It doesn’t hurt that the game’s developers have unleashed free update after free…

Fear the Wolves Review – An Interesting Concept Plagued by a Few Issues

Fear the Wolves Vostok Games/Focus Home Interactive Since the downfall of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, many gamers (myself included) have been looking for a glorious successor to replace its seat as king of the battle royales. But that’s not an easy task. It’s hard to be able to pull off having one-hundred players simultaneously shooting it out…

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Darwin Project is Now Free-to-Play on PC

Last March, we’ve featured a new and rising battle-royale game called Darwin Project inspired by the Hunger Games series. At that time, the game was released on Steam Early Access and Xbox One Game Preview for $ 14.99. But on April 20, Scavengers Studio made the game free-to-play on PC. According to the developers, the…

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LawBreakers Dev Reveals New Battle Royale Game

Boss Key Productions, the developer of LawBreakers, reveals their new project called Radical Heights. It’s a free battle-royale shooter game that gives off a distinct 1980s-inspired flair and combines it with live game show elements. In Radical Heights, players are dropped into a large domed community located in Southern California, where they must shoot others…

Darwin Project (Early Access) Review – An Interesting Take on the Emerging Battle Royale Genre

Darwin Project Scavengers Studio Battle royale games are gaining some serious momentum these days. The first one to gain prominence was H1Z1, which has since garnered tons of notoriety for its questionable netcode and sloshy hit detection (as well as some shady business practices). However, The Culling was the first game within the rapidly emerging…

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Top 5 Battle-Royale Games Must Try

Battle-royale games are starting to take over the mainstream mainly due to the success of PlayerUnknown’s Battleground. For those who have no idea what “battle-royale” is, it is a large-scale last man-standing deathmatch where players fight until one player is left alive. It is the perfect genre for gamers who want an adrenaline-packed, action shooting…

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 1.0 Launch Review – Breaking Loose and Breaking New Records

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 1.0 PUBG Corporation I think this Steam review by a random gamer sums it up quite succinctly: “One, if not THE, most thrilling gaming experience I’ve ever had. Used to take a shower and then do some relaxed gaming after work? With PUBG, game first and then shower – the sweat is real.”…

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Alpha Impressions – There’s a New Sheriff in Town

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Bluehole, Inc. I’d dropped over a sprawling complex of warehouses and office buildings, knowing that the areas containing buildings held the most valuable weapons and survival equipment. As I sliced through the air downwards towards one of the larger warehouses, I scanned to my left and right but couldn’t tell if anyone else…

The Culling (Early Access) Review – The Biggest Surprise of 2017 So Far

The Culling Xaviant Games Survival games have been all the rage for some time now. The vast majority of them are of the craft items, build bases, combat other players and/or AI opponents variety. Among these, almost all of them take place in near-future, post-apocalyptic settings. We’re talking about stalwarts like Rust, Day Z, H1Z1,…