Video Game Walkthroughs






Author Archive
  • The Games of August 2015

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    "Though the middle stages of each year are known for being relatively quiet, the lack of AAA titles that tend to release at this time of year may make the pickings seem quite slim, but if you’re of that school of thought then you’re mistaken. Look a little deeper and you’ll quickly realise that on top of the small number of Via The Games of August 2015... more.
  • The Frames Per Second Fight is Just the Return of the Bit Wars… We All Need to Move On

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    Warp Zoned writes: "I bring up the old Genesis/Super NES rivalry because there’s a new trend in gaming that mirrors the old Bit Wars disturbingly well, and that’s frames per second, or FPS. It seems before anyone on the Twitters or the Faced Books or Red Its can talk about the actual content of the game, they have to ask about Via The Frames Per Second Fight is Just the Return of... more.
  • God of War III: Remastered Review – Excellent/Pointless

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    Dealspwn: God of War III is still an excellent title in the action genre pantheon. Having played through the HD makeovers of the original two games earlier this year, I was well placed to get stuck into God of War III again and it's aged wonderfully over the last five years. If you enjoyed God of War 1 and 2 on Via God of War III: Remastered Review - Excellent/Pointless... more.
  • Farming Simulator 15 Review (The Structure Network)

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    The Structure Network: There are certain types of people there who just absolutely love the monotony of day to day activities such as going to work or pretending you are an actual air plane pilot with frustrating layovers and all. I completely understand and respect the idea behind the simulator genre, but I cannot understand how a game series based on Via Farming Simulator 15 Review (The Structu... more.
  • The Swindle Review: It’s Going to Ransack your Free Time | IndieRuckus

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    The Swindle takes the ability-collecting heart of the Metroidvania genre and chops it up into tiny, bite-sized chunks of randomly-generated bliss. Though there are times of frustration when the random nature of the levels screws you over, you're going to find that you won't be able to stop playing this one, even when you want to. The visuals are well-done and Via The Swindle Review: It’s Going ... more.
  • Halo Championship Series Finals: 5 best matches

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    After competing for points for the past four months, the top eight rosters from Season 2 had an intense shootout at the Grand Finals in Burbank, California. Fans were treated to some top shooting action as the teams saved their best plays for this final major Halo 2 Anniversary tournament before the launch of Halo 5. Relive the tournament by reading Via Halo Championship Series Finals: 5 best mat... more.
  • Velocibox Review | GameSpew

    Posted by on July 28, 2015 under News
    "Imagine a game like Dark Souls, but starting at the end boss without any equipment or experience to your name. Now imagine that whilst you’re also hurtling down a tunnel at 100mph. Impossible, right? Well, that should give you a little indication as to how tough Velocibox is. Strangely though, despite its swear-inducing difficulty, it’s both mesmerising and utterly addictive to ... more.
  • New Crystal Rift Enemy Design Revealed

    Posted by on July 19, 2015 under News
    Independent UK studio Psytec Games has today revealed some of the progression that has been made with the highly anticipated Crystal Rift. Currently available via Steam Early Access, Crystal Rift will be compatible with both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on PC, with a Samsung Gear VR version also in development. ( Android , Crystal Rift , HTC Vive , Mobile Via New Crystal Rift Enemy Design Revealed... more.
  • Digital Foundry- Should you install The Witcher 3 patch 1.07?

    Posted by on July 19, 2015 under News
    Thomas Morgan, Eurogamer writes: "Essentially, gameplay on Xbox One now appears to rely on a similar double-buffer v-sync set-up to the PS4 game, locking its frame-rate to 20fps during these lulls in performance. This means that the reading on our graph is consistently lower on patch 1.07 as compared to 1.05, where it was free to waver between 20-30fps freely. On Via Digital Foundry- Should ... more.
  • Just Playin’: Toukiden: Kiwami

    Posted by on July 19, 2015 under News
    Quest Side Story says: "Toukiden: Kiwami is essentially a Monster Hunter game. We know little of the famed series but we know how to spot a game in its grindy, open-ended vein. At first, Toukiden: Kiwami didn't look like much. Sporting sub-par visuals and not-so-flashy combat, it just didn't look like something that would appeal to us. I'm not against playing Via Just Playin': Toukiden: Kiwa... more.




GGD Member Comments
Archives