First Person Shooter
Superhot is a game that takes a beautifully pure core mechanic and throws no needless filler around it. It feels fresh throughout and offers up a challenge worth taking.
Sublevel Zero is a pleasure to play – freedom of movement the key to the 6DOF genre, and movement here is beautifully smooth. Environments speed by filled with bold colours and shapes, but also filled with specifically flagged ...
Call of Duty Ghosts is not a bad game, not by a long stretch. What it is though is a stale game. Like the old sports hero from school telling you one last time just how awesome he was “back in the day” – there are only so many ...
Shadow Warrior is a reimaging of the classic 1997 3D Reams title, where it is okay to bring a knife -- er, sword -- to a gunfight.
S.K.I.L.L. - Special Force 2 could probably be summarised as "average". It is decent enough fun, although stands out in few ways. It is perhaps best seen as an MMOFPS stripped down to the basics. But for free? Certainly worth a...
Determination counts for a lot in competitive gaming – it can separate the good from the great. However, the determination that can be needed to create a game is less often considered. Showing some of that spirit, New Wor...
Sniper Elite Nazi Zombie Army is good, though perhaps not great. Taking the realism afforded by the Sniper Elite v2 game engine and applying it straight up to zombies will probably leave you somewhere between mildly frustrated ...
ShootMania Storm is a fun shooter with some interesting game modes and feels a lot like the simpler multiplayer shooters of old. The basic gameplay isn't anything new, and the lack of different terrains does mean there's not m...
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