This month takes a more multi-player focus to it's free games.
- FOR HONOR REVIEW // FOR HONOR, GLORY, AND MEDIOCRITY
- HOW FINAL FANTASY XV EXPRESSES ITS THEME OF BROTHERHOOD THROUGH ITS MECHANICS
- 5 CHARACTERS I HOPE APPEAR IN MARVEL VS. CAPCOM INFINITE
- NEW DEV UPDATE FOR PSYCHONAUTS 2 HINTS AT PSYCHONAUTS HQ
- SYMMION’S ANTICIPATED GAMES OF 2017
- REQUIRED READING: POLYGON’S ORAL HISTORY OF FINAL FANTASY 7
- STARDEW VALLEY REVIEW // A PLAYABLE PARADISE
January's lineup gives gamers the gift of variety.
When Team Ico's Shadow of the Colossus released in 2005 it was immediately hit with critical acclaim and cited as one of the best games of all time. I never understood why and with an interest in The Last Guardian, it was a no-brainer to try it out. My only knowledge coming into the game was about the horse and the colossi being the only enemies.
Starting the game off I was taken aback by just the visual beauty and the soundtrack then, I accidentally skipped the first cutscene so, whoops. Apparently there's a lady on that pedestal in front of me, I guess she's dead or sleeping and killing the colossi just so happens to be the only way to wake her up? I dunno.
A strong set of games from last month turns into an even stronger group for this coming month.
We get a glimpse at what could have been if developer Climax got their funding.
With the latest re-release of Capcom’s medium-defining classic Resident Evil 4 fresh on the mind, it’s bizarre and perhaps a bit sad to think on how few games have proven genuinely worthy of its design legacy. Even now, more than a decade after its original release, there is still only one game that has managed to truly take up the torch passed on by Leon’s misadventures through the macabre European countryside: Dead Space 2.
Oh, and I guess some demons too.
Summer heat got you down? Maybe some free games would make you feel better.
Hell And The Wild West Are Some Of The Locations You Can Visit, Thanks To July’s PlayStation Plus Games
Free games! What could be a better way to spend your summer?
Yesterday, IGN and Gamespot both showed off-screen gameplay footage of Persona 5. This morning Atlus Japan hosted a Persona livestream where they showed this footage directly and there is a ton to dissect. They also released a trailer later in the day that you can find below.
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