Gamescom 2017 : A Brushing Up of What Awed and What Flawed

Just when you thought your stomach was full from E3 ‘s major announcements this June,  Germany’s Gamescom comes forth with a much bigger and varied platter. It might not have the flagship reveals of E3, but all the major games makers are here with plenty to show off.  From playing demos of upcoming games , everyone roaming around in costumes as well as cosplay events taking place, Gamescom never fails to impress , even in terms of public attendance . About Gamescom Gamescom started in 2009 and is held annually…

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Assassins Creed Unity : vast and gorgeous but hollow

“Next gen starts here”,that was the tagline when Ubisoft launched their first teaser of the next gen only Assassin’s Creed Unity.It was gorgeous,magnificently crafted and created a new hope among ac fans that finally the franchisee will be treated with justice and emerge with its own glory.Well Assassin’s Creed Unity is finally here and its still gorgeous and beautiful,but the experience for the gamer is just same as reliving a nightmare.Technical issues made the grand launch a disaster.In next few columns we will try to dig in to the fact…

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter   Two years ago saw the experimental release of a new genre of game in the form of Dear Esther, a mod for Half Life 2. It was more than just a game it was an experience, the entire game was designed for immersion, from the voice acting to the audio. It followed your character as he wandered around an abandoned island speaking about another character called Esther. The beauty of the game wasn’t the visual fidelity but the open ended narrative that let your…

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