If you’re a fan of XCOM you’ll no doubt be aware that the latest installment, XCOM 2: Resurrection, will be available on the 5th of Feb, 2016. XCOM 2 is a turn-based tactics game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games.
XCOM 2 takes place 20 years after the war ended in XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Unfortunately for the Humans, the enemy won and have taken over the planet. Your goal is nothing less than to overthrow the Alien occupation and win back the planet. XCOM 2 features new specialists, abilities, weapons and aliens. Read the rest of this entry
One of my favorite old games of all time is Dungeon Master. I absolutely loved this game as a kid and was enthralled to see what new monsters or items I would find around each corner.
I’m glad to say that these games are still available to play on modern machines. Read below to find out how to download the original Dungeon Master, Chaos Strikes Back and Dungeon Master 2. Read the rest of this entry
The King’s Quest series has been incredibly popular over the last few decades with the latest installment of King’s Quest, Chapter 2: Rubble Without a Cause recently being released.
This chapter focuses on the exploits of King Graham as he tries to rescue the townspeople from the rock goblins. This chapter is played almost entirely in the Goblin Caves which does give you a slightly more claustrophobic feeling compared to the last chapter. Read the rest of this entry
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is the third game in the Trine series. It features a gorgeous fairy tale world and some of the best scenes you’ll find in a computer game.
The previous games in the series were fairly complex with many solution to the puzzles. Trine 3 has seen some simplification of the puzzles as they’ve moved to 3D graphics. The three playable characters also aren’t able to boost their abilities as in previous games. Read the rest of this entry
It’s been a busy week with a new walkthrough being added, King’s Quest: A Knight To Remember. This adventure game goes through some of the untold stories of King Graham. There’s a few references to old King’s Quest games that only die hard fans would be aware of.
So far the latest release of King’s Quest looks very promising and I’m starting to warm up to the play style. For a start there’s no point and click like previous adventure games. There’s only an action button and an inventory screen. Read the rest of this entry