My kingdom for entium!
The formula here is really classic – having recruited three tailed fighters from the available menagerie, we set off to clear the ruins and dungeons, where, in addition to assorted enemies, chests with new equipment, improvements and entium crystals (local currency), merchants and crafting stations are waiting for us. True, in order to craft an item, you must first find its blueprint. Continue reading
Many devoted PC-boyars have probably heard something about the Japanese horror series Fatal Frame (known in their homeland as Project Zero), which was once almost on an equal footing with Silent Hill. But they couldn’t try it in person. Only now, on the occasion of Halloween and the 20th anniversary of the series, at least some game from this franchise has reached the PC for the first time, namely the fifth Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. The original was released in 2015 exclusively on Wii U, so the current re-release visited all other key platforms for the first time. Continue reading
We control Bibz, a demon girl who wants to become the queen of the underworld. She is hindered by the demon king (his name is Demon King) and his four minions, who control different regions of hell. To defeat them and deprive the king of protection, you need to go through test levels, then defeat the boss and gain access to the next pack of entertainment.
The formula is familiar, and the Demon Turf developers don’t try to hide their inspiration. Continue reading
The description of the collection sounds like a dream: three classic parts of the series, which had a huge impact on the industry, are transferred to a new engine. The graphics have been tweaked, the gameplay has been changed, and all this goodness is available on a variety of platforms: on computers, on new consoles, and on old ones, including Nintendo Switch. But then it started: a vague trailer, strange screenshots, no gameplay videos, and no pre-release press copies. I immediately remembered some Polish creation … Continue reading
Dying Light 2 Stay Human takes place 20 years after the first game. The protagonist is Aiden Caldwell, a wanderer who arrives in the last human city, Villedor, in search of his sister and immediately becomes involved in the confrontation of local gangs. Purely story quests are now much more intriguing than in the original. Aiden’s sister was one of the children experimented on by Dying Light scientists, and unraveling their research is set to become one of the central themes of the sequel and the link between Dying Light 1 and 2. Continue reading