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10 Great Video Game Sequels That Could Not Save The Franchise

We have all seed bad sequels ending great video game franchises. But’s often surprising when good sequel are released and still don’t sell too when, in turn killing off the franchise entirely. So here are the top 10 awesome video game sequels that could not save the franchise. DmC: Devil May Cry It’s weird how the “wrong look” can put people off from playing an actually great video game. Homefront: The Revolution It may have had its fair share of issues at launch, but Homefront: The Revolution turned out to be really fun after a few fixes. Too bad no one came back to play it. Crysis 3 Despite their attempts, Crytek just could not bring hardcore gamers back to Crysis. Max Payne 3 While everyone who played it really loved the game, for some reason, not many did....

Would You Kindly? :: BioShock Collection Review

Would you kindly play these games? Going back down into Rapture 10 years later feels exactly like my first time. And that’s saying a lot about how well the game still holds up ten years later. Bioshock benefits from this remaster the most. the game still looks fantastic, evoking the same emotions it did ten years ago, while delivering an unforgettable experience. The underwater city of Rapture, and the madness beset upon it is a joy to delve into and unraveling it’s mysteries, or even losing yourself in them is fascinating. The original Bioshock alone makes this collection worth it, given how few games have managed to attain a similar level of excellence even ten years later. The writing, and atmosphere are second to none, and the game is a must play experience. Also added here...

Bioshock: The Collection Announcement

Three BioShock games. All of the single-player DLC. Remastered for modern machines. One value packed bundle.  It’s been nine years since Irrational Games and 2K took you on a terrifying journey to the depths of the underwater city of Rapture with BioShock. Five years since you returned to Rapture in BioShock 2. Three years since you grabbed a skyhook and sailed across the floating city of Columbia in BioShock Infinite. And on September 13, 2016 in Asia (excluding Japan) and September 15, 2016 in Japan, you can relive these award-winning adventures or experience them for the very first time remastered for current-gen consoles and digital PC with BioShock: The Collection. Countless fans have asked for this since the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One arrived – and we listened! Working with Blind Squ...

Release date announced for BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode Two will be available across the world on the 25th of March 2014. The chapter that concludes the story is set in Rapture and will be available for download on  PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on that date. As mentioned before, this DLC is set Rapture just before its fall, BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode Two sees you as Elizabeth and her objective is to bring closure to not just her story but also that of BioShock Infinite. Source: Luke Karmali  

Best Games of 2013

2013 has been a pretty damn good year for gamers. A variety of games, whether they are sequels or brand new games as a product of new game developers that are getting recognition they deserve. Not to mention the release of the Next-Gen Consoles and their rivalry that entertained us for a significant amount of time. So now its time for us to get crackin’ and bring to you guys some of the worthy titles of this year. We’re gonna look some of the games released in the last 12 months that have blown our socks off. –The top video games of 2013 Don’t forget to participate in our poll and voice your opinion in the comments below. [poll id=”10″] Batman: Arkham Origins This game created a lot of commotion around the time of its release. Many would say that it didn...

Best Open World Games of 2013

There are a lot of games out there, each having their own strong points. One of the crucial bragging points for many games is their gaming environment. Some games have such rich and deep environments that gamers are found wandering around instead of progressing stage by stage. Anyway, we’ve got down this year’s best open world games, let’s take a look. [poll id=”9″] Grand Theft Auto 5 The GTA franchise is best known for its themes pertaining to violence and has been mentioned in many studies that have been associated with aggressiveness in children. However, that’s not the only reason GTA is known all around. It is also given a lot of credit for the wide and immensely deep gaming environment that is offers. The amount of things one can do in this game is...

Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea episode to release tomorrow

For all of you who’ve played & enjoyed Bioshock Infinite here is some awesome news 🙂 the  first chunk of story DLC, set in that fragile underwater utopia/horrorshow, Rapture will be out tomorrow.  Episode One throws Booker and Elizibeth back to a time to a point before Rapture transitioned from endless parties to mutant massacre. Ken Levine mentioned on Twitter that there will be new weapons, plasmids and gear, including an “old man winter” plasmid. I’m more excited about wandering around a still-living Rapture, as captured in this splendid piece of concept art for Bioshock 1. Part one of the DLC will be Booker-centric, while you might get to  as Elizabeth in part two. Till then you can check out the awesome trailer.  

Bioshock DLC to be revealed today

According to the tweets by Ken Levine, Games creative director, Irrational Games and 2K Games are expected to reveal BioShock Infinite’s DLC sometime today. Levine initially tweeted saying-“excited for tomorrow” which led to speculation and further inquiry which revealed that DLC for BioShock Infinite would soon be revealed. The main additions that the DLC is gonna bring is new characters, stories, and abilities, which would add hours of additional gameplay. Source: gamespot

Super Sunday: BioShock Infinite vs. Far Cry 3

Hey Folks, We’re stuck in another dileamma now, we have like so much time  and nothing at all to do. Seriously, we are damn bored. But we’ve found two games, and just cannot put our finger down on which one we wanna play…..this is where you come in, leave your comments below.   BioShock Infinite  This game is quite something on paper it was nominated from the Game Critics Awards, for “Best Original Game”, “Best Action/Adventure Game”, “Best PC Game”, and the overall “Best of Show” award. It won IGN’s “Best Overall Game”, “Best Xbox 360 Game”, “Best PC Game”, and “Best Shooter” awards. So clearly, on paper this game seems to have it all. But it gets an even better res...

BioShock Infinite DLC to be revealed late July

  Irrational Games has confirmed that downloadable content for BioShock Infinite would be released towards the end of the month. It still remains unclear if the DLC is a part of the three updates promised as a part of the game’s season pass. Here’s some interesting facts that even we thought were quite insane Image: imgur The DLC is probably going to have new weapons, skills, and hopefully add to the game’s story and supply new characters.   Source: IGN

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