Tag: Open World

Ubisoft Delays Tom Clancy’s The Division

Back during E3 2013, we were all wooed by the gameplay footage of Tom Clancy’s Division, which boasted an open world in a unique post-apocalypse, along with some of the most impressive visuals on the E3 stage. Since then, there has been little to no word about when in 2015 The Division will be coming out, or ...

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Garbage Day

Today’s Greenlight standout is Garbage Day, an open world sandbox game where you control a man who is stuck in a Groundhog Day-esque timeloop, meaning that he lives the same day over and over. The first thing that came to my mind upon seeing this idea is that there are no consequences for actions. No ...

Pack Your Bags: Outward – The Adventure Life Sim

Today is one of the rare days where there is more than one fantastic game on Steam Greenlight. While I decided to cover Wildfire for my spotlight, I wanted to be sure to give Outward – The Adventure Life Sim some attention as well. While I’m not typically a fan of these open-world survival type ...

GTA 5 Sells 45 Million Copies

During an investor’s call, publisher Take-Two interactive revealed that their huge franchise, GTA V, has sold over 45 million copies across all consoles. While this number represents how many copies “sold-in” to retail, 45 million copies is still a gigantic sell represented by their statistics. The game debuted last year for Xbox 360 and PS3, and was ...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt ‘Downgrade’ Explained

The Witcher 3 has been one of the game causing quite a stir this weekend. With a new trailer now out and about, The Witcher 3 has also been delayed. Its latest trailer has caused quite an uproar, as fans are complain over what appears to be a downgrade in the game. Many PC Gamers ...

The Crew Review – Fun Run

The Crew is an odd game. I have found my self enjoying it for a majority of the time, but small issues somewhat kill my experience. The Crew is not a bad game by any means, but it’s also not a revolutionary game that will change racing games forever. While The Crew is host to ...

Far Cry 4 Review – open and beautiful

Far Cry 4 is as open as it is beautiful. While it may play and feel somewhat like Far Cry 3, the 4th installment of this series shines bright. With interesting characters, beautiful scenery, a large map, great graphics, and great dialogue, it’s hard to say Far Cry 4 isn’t worth the purchase. While Far ...