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Denis Murphy writes- This Halloween not all of us will be going out partying. Instead many of us will be locking ourselves into our little gaming caves, and scarring the shit out of ourselves with the best horror games. But while there are many, many great games out there that are worthy of your time, I come to you with a selection of 6 games that I think cover just about every type of horror you could want.
"Electronic Arts launched the bestselling ‘Need for Speed Rivals’ as a launch title on current-gen consoles the Xbox One and Sony PlayStation 4. The open-world arcade racer took the series back to its roots with adrenaline-tinged racing and some of the hottest supercars to have ever been produced. While ‘Need for Speed Rivals’ is today among the best arcade racers of recent times, there are plenty others worth checking out for a new Point of Difference."
Jermain writes: "Two months saw the partial reveal of 2K Games’s WWE 2K15 roster, which left many fans wondering when they would find out who else made the cut. While last week it was announced that fans would have to wait until they got their hands on the game to find out the full roster."
Jermain of RGN writes: "The Legend of Korra is a beat em title from PlatinumGames. Based on the popular and critically acclaimed Nickelodeon television series of the same name, the newest game takes place during Seasons 2 and 3. Was the developer able do the series and character justice, or does The Legend of Korra fall to the same trappings as many other license titles before it? Sadly its the latter."
Sam Terry writes- I’ve never been this excited yet worried for a game in my entire life. After the absolute pile of shit that was Aliens: Colonial Marines, my expectations for Alien: Isolation were never going to be huge. But surely it couldn’t be any worse, could it? No. This is simply one of THE best games I’ve ever played.
In Crimes & Punishments, become Sherlock Holmes and use your impressive talents as a detective to solve six thrilling and varied cases: murders, missing persons, spectacular thefts and numerous investigations that sometimes lead you into the realms of the fantastic. The great freedom of action in Crimes & Punishments allows you to conduct your investigations in the manner you deem appropriate. Choose the leads you wish to pursue, interrogate your suspects and, from your deductions, name the g...
Darren from The Gamers Lounge writes "Although Monolith's adventure into Mordor was well received amongst most critics for it's impressive gameplay, the lack of a deep storyline left me struggling to make it through the game. Is it fair to give a game high review ratings simply based on gameplay, or have gamers' standards lowered enough so that a story no longer matters?"
"Shadow of Mordor is a challenging game and you won’t last very long by mashing the attack button over and over again. Expect to die or flee often as the Uruks are a tough bunch and you will often find yourself outnumbered by a great deal. The Uruk Captains also add another layer of challenge with each of them having their own mix of strengths and weaknesses."
Denis Murphy writes- I've always had a thing for adventure games. Even during my adolescent years of being a gamer, I'd have settled for a good adventure title over something that offered big guns being shot by a woman with very large breasts any day. The first adventure game that really blew me away was Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars. Boasting great voice acting, characters, music, puzzles and an epic storyline, it had it all.
"‘Grand Theft Auto V’ is today considered by many to be the best open-world sandbox-style action title of all time! But there have been many contenders to the throne. If you’ve grown tired of Michael, Trevor and Franklin’s adventures around Los Santos, then check out our recommendations for the Top 5 Best Alternative Games to GTA V."
"For the price of $14.99 players will be able to go to battle as an Archer, Knight, Vanguard or Man-at-Arms. With over 60 customizable options for their warrior, players can fight to the death in a variety of game modes including Free-for-All, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and Team Objective."