Jackbox Games, the team behind zany party bundle The Jackbox Party Pack this week announced plans for a sequel.
While the original five-title pack was anchored by trivia game You Don’t Know Jack, the new bundle’s central game will be Fibbage 2. If your not sure what fibbage is, players respond to an obscure trivia question with answers designed to bamboozle opponents. All the players’ fake replies, as well as the correct answer, are then presented. If a player chooses your fake answer, you win a point. To get an idea here is a video of what we have done earlier… we have a series of this game.
Continue reading (UPDATE) Jackbox Party Pack 2 coming this Autumn with Fibbage 2
We have been in many places when it comes to Survival horrors from lost in the woods with Slender, Insane Asylums with Outlast to Abandon hospitals who has a rotating floor plan like Daylight. But this time we seem to be going somewhere a little deeper, underwater that is as SOMA is the next Psychological Horror game from the minds of Frictional Games, who gave us Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.
Continue reading Something is Wrong… Amnesia Developer’s next game, SOMA coming to PC and PS4
Today, Boston- based indie studio The Deep End Games have announced Perception, a 1st Person narrative horror adventure with a bit of a twist, coming to Steam in 2016.
You play the role of Cassie, a blind woman who uses her extraordinary sense of of hearing and razor-sharp wit to solve the mystery of the Estate at Echo Bluff, and survive the ghastly Presence that has tomented its inhabitants over generations.
Continue reading Perception brings a new different twist to narrative horror
Earlier today, Ubisoft officially revealed that the next game in the Assassin’s Creed Series with be set in Victorian England, but unlike the rumours from earlier this year, the game will not be called Victory, instead it will be named Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, releasing on 23rd October for the PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC release coming sometime in the Autumn.
Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Syndicate coming October, not going to have multiplayer
Earlier today we put up a news story about how Rockstar are not against single player mods, which maybe seen as either Rockstar trying to look as good as they can from what is a bad situation, or that the company have had the worst of luck with certain situations not working in their way. You can read about this by clicking here.
Now from someone who enjoys mods in games from changing the look of the character in Crypt of the Necrodancer, to many weird and wonderful things I did in the earlier Sims titles. I am not on either side, modding to me is a great way for making a game, if done right, last for many years, look at Skyrim for example, a game that was highly popular for a short time on consoles, compared to its popularity on the PC, the main reason why Skyrim was and still is to this day, extremely popular, because the modding community helped keep the game alive by adding new weaponry, campaigns, characters and worlds, okay so there is a lot of stupid stuff too, but there is those gems that make gamers come back for more.
Continue reading GTA V and the modding community – My Opinion