Review: Quantum League

Quantum League is the least deserving failures of May 2020, the gameplay is fun, the graphics while not groundbreaking look good, and the aesthetic choice is a good one, mimicking successful games like Fortnite and Overwatch.

What Killed Quantum League?

The price, now hear me out, the game is fairly priced for the content and quality, the problem is in the shooter genre, the same price can also buy Overwatch and with Fortnite, Call of Duty Warzone, Apex Legends and Paladins being entirely free, sometimes fair prices are not enough. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

Re-Review: Scum

Scum is the survival game we asked for but didn’t want.

Survival gamers regularly ask for depth, complexity, immersion, stunning visuals, realistic survival mechanisms, and when Scum comes along ticking all those boxes, the players abandoned it en masse because it was not the gank fest murder hobo simulator they actually want.

On the flip sid eDeadside Launched as a murder hobo simulator and the same group flood to it, only to leave it en masse upon finding out it was not a deep and immersive survival experience they were hoping for. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

Is Conquerors Blade Worth Playing in 2020?

Conquerors Blade has spent most of its existence flying under the raider, long ago dismissed as a failure, it has continued to slowly gain ground, with 24-hour peak CCU now reaching 9-10k most evenings.

Unlike most entries, Conquerors Blade appears twice on steam charts, as two distinct regional titles with separate player counts, I can find no clarification if there is cross-play between these two versions, with a combined 10k ccu or the total peak ccu is closer to 19k (with the 9k and 10k versions having distinct player bases). ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

Is Rainbow Siege 6 Worth Playing in 2020?

Rainbow Siege 6 is currently in its 5th year and shows no sign of slowing down, while some of the original team have recently moved onto new pastures, we take a look at how Rainbow Siege 6 is currently doing and what we can expect in the coming months and beyond.


Some developers struggle to tell you what they will release six weeks from now, Ubisoft is so confident in the continued success of Rainbow Siege 6  they have given us a look at what’s to come in Year 5 and Year 6! ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Review: Crucible

A shaky start.

The launch issues faced by Crucible were indeed something to behold, launching almost a day late for gamers outside of North America ensured that the fledgeling title was bombarded with poorly written and barely thought out negative reviews that plummeted its overall score to sub 40% positive.
Some of the reviews had valid negative points, and they need to be addressed, but most negative reviews are a mix of steam community/Reddit trolling and anti amazon bias. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

Is Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Worth Playing in 2020?

A sadder fate than it deserved.

Infinite Warfare was not embraced by the Call of Duty community, launching to weak player numbers it quickly lost a longterm sustainable player base.

Taking a look at Steamcharts, we can see that is launched to less than a 3rd of numbers that Call of Duty Black Ops III and Call of Duty WW2 enjoyed at launch, overall sold only half the total units that Call of Duty Black Ops III did, firmly placing a nail in the coffin of any possible sequels to the new era of Warfare. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC Playstation 4 XBox One

Is The King of Fighters 2002 Worth Playing in 2020?

A King Without a Throne.

The King of Fighters is a franchise forever doomed to play 2nd fiddle to the larger games in the genre, with Street Fighter and Tekken Long battling it out for first place, The King of Fighters circles around the edge of the feeding frenzy picking up a small but dedicated community of fans and releasing some pretty solid titles that hold up well even in 2020. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

Review: Population Zero

Refreshing Twist on the genre… In theory.

Population Zero on paper is a refreshing twist on the survival genre, with a greater focus on MMO-lite features such as questing and offering a defined endgame scenario.

In reality, Population Zero is one of the worst survival games to launch into Steam Early Access, and without a miracle and massive refactor of the core gameplay experience will die before it has a chance to recover. ....  Read Full Article

Platforms: PC

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