Inspired by BioShock and System Shock 2 and led by Irrational Games co-founder Jonathan Chey, Void Bastards is a revolutionary new strategy-shooter that will test your wits as well as exercise your aim. Can you lead the misfit prisoners of the Void Ark through the derelict spaceships and myriad dangers of the Sargasso Nebula? Will you make the right choices about what to do, where to go and when to fight? Master combat, manage ship controls, scavenge supplies, craft improvised tools and much more! Developed by Blue Manchu and Presented by Humble Bundle, Void Bastards will release in early 2019 on PC and Xbox One.
Forget everything you know about first-person shooters: Void Bastards asks you to take charge, not just point your gun and fire. Your task is to lead the rag-tag Void Bastards out of the Sargasso Nebula. You make the decisions: where to go, what to do and who to fight. And then you must carry out that strategy in the face of strange and terrible enemies.
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TimeSplitters 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Free Radical Design and published by Eidos Interactive for the PS2, XBOX and GameCube. Many of the original GoldenEye developers at Rare also worked on this series…which is probably why it’s so damn good!
Strife was a groundbreaking PC FPS game released in 1996 and mixed elements of Doom, Deus Ex & System Shock into an original and exciting game that most gamers criminally ignored. Here is a new in-depth review of the game that you can still play now thanks to sites like GOG and Steam. Check it out!
Not every series of first person shooters gets a proper sequel like Call of Duty or Halo. Instead some FPS games come on the market, maybe get a sequel if we’re lucky and then sadly fade into the sunset. This week these 7 unloved FPS gems get one last glance from fans of the genre
Not every series of first person shooters gets a proper sequel like Call of Duty or Halo. Instead some FPS games come on the market, maybe get a sequel if we’re lucky and then sadly fade into the pre-rendered low textured sunset. Well, I’m here this week to make sure these 6 unloved FPS gems get one last glance from fans of the genre.