After a break from the series, Ubisoft came out the gates running with their latest iteration of the flagship Assassin's Creed franchise, this time with Assassin's Creed: Origins. The newest entry takes players back to the beginning of the timeline for the Assassin's story, originating in Egypt set in the times of pharaoh's and Roman occupied cities with the country of Egypt.
Dungeon 3 is a spiritual successor to games like Dungeon Keeper, developed by Realmforge Studios and published by Kalypso Media Digital. Dungeons 3 draw inspiration from the classic series, which originally saw release before the turn of the millennium. A management simulation title you assume the control of the dungeon overlord with a thirst for conquest and control over all.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a first person shooter developed by Machine Games and published by Bethesda Softworks. The New Colossus marks the eighth release of the Wolfenstein series, and sees the return of series protagonist: Captain William Blaskowicz
Although it’s titled: Wolfenstein II, The New Colossus it’s a direct sequel to the 2014 title: The New Order. Set in an alternative 1960's America. Wolfenstein II shows us a world where the Nazi's won World War 2 and then proceeded to conquer the world (and parts of space). Game play continues the overall story introduced in Wolfenstein 2009 and is set directly after Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a turn based JRP, which is developed by Airship Syndicate and published by THQ Nordic.
The background to the game is inspired by a late 90's comic book series: Battle Chasers. That was created by veteran comic book artist: Joe Madureira. Coincidently the Battle Chaser series is still un-finished and has a troubled publication history. Nightwar its self-started life as a project on Kickstarter, the project saw a total of 14,175 backers pledge a whopping total of $856,354 to bring the idea to life. The only targets the Kickstarter campaign failed to hit where the final two, which would of included more animation and voice acting
20 years ago, it was hard to believe that a strangely animated TV show about crude children would be such a hit. Now in the modern day we have 20 series of possibly the most current TV show being made, where the storylines hit out about current weeks events and nobody is safe from the mocking. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are two giant names in the current entertainment industry; their humour sets out to entertain in what some people see as an offensive manner. No doubt their special brand of comedy has landed them in trouble with many a different celebrity and yet they have outlasted a lot of "celebrities". There have been TV series, a film and a few computer games; though it was not until March 2014 with the release of South Park: The Stick of Truth that we felt like South Park had finally cracked the interactive barrier.
3 years later we are now here to take a look at South Park: The Fractured but Whole, the sequel that redefines the RPG game with brilliant combat mechanics and a shed load of character customisation. Players will once again step into the role of "The New Kid", who not only ruled in the Stick of Truth; they now have to take on the evil under belly of South Park as a superhero in The Fractured but Whole. The transition from fantasy RPG to superhero RPG was a clever one, also one that did not raise too many questions as this is South Park after all and it is kids playing. When it comes time to create your character and chose what you look like and what to wear, there is a perfectly good reason to reset your stats and start from scratch all over again.