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
As usual, the loudest and, of course, the most desired releases fell into the first category of goods. You have probably heard about these games many times from news and reviews. Well, now it’s time to get to know them better.
Half-Life, but not that one. The collection opens with a project of incredible proportions, a fan-made remake of an innovative shooter, a remake that took 15 long years to release. And, most amazingly, he did not disappoint. If you want to relive the first adventure of Gordon Freeman, but turn back on outdated textures and GoldSrc square models, welcome. Continue reading
Many computer games are convenient on the gamepad: fighting games, racing, 2D and 3D platformers. Some people are more comfortable with action games with shooters, especially if they have aim assist. In terms of connectivity, the DualSense is just as easy to use as other gamepads, especially if you play through Steam, where support for this controller was added back in November last year. All you need to do is connect it with a USB-C to USB-A cable or, if you prefer to play wirelessly, use a Bluetooth adapter. Continue reading