We know you manly men out there cringe at the thought of being caught role-playing as an effete fairy, but you won't want to miss out on the new fae race in the latest EQ II expansion. The colorful wings are a big draw, but what makes the fae so sweet is their ability to glide. You can jump from anything for some serious soaring fun without taking any falling damage. The only downfall is that if you take any damage while in flight you'll drop like a lead
EverQuest II's second expansion, Kingdom of Sky, dishes out the tasty morsels we've been dying for in Sony's online fantasy role-playing game. Badass new armor models - with the burly stats to back them up - are yours if you can slay some of the deadliest monsters yet. Creepy man-sized insects, intricately designed aviaks, and killer carnivorous plants are among the treats that will grudgingly succumb to your impending killing spree.
A majestic teleportation spire will transport you to the
Dec 3, 2007
EverQuest II fans will definitely not want to miss EverQuest II: Rise of Kunark. All sorts of things in this expansion have been, well, expanded. With the introduction of the Sarnak as new playable race, the increase of the player and guild level cap to 80 and huge new zones, this is undoubtedly the best EQII expansion so far. There are more deities to choose from, there are more Achievement points to earn, and there is a new player mount to
If you ever need proof that an inspired idea and a little ingenuity are all you need to make a great game, this is it. Everyday Shooter is the product of a sole designer’s months of programming and music composition, and the resulting game is more innovative and addictively entertaining than many multi-million dollar professional studio games I could name.
ES plays like a psychedelic version of Asteroids: you pilot a
Simply put, Evidence: The Last Ritual is one of the stranger games you're ever likely to play. That doesn't make it totally awesome, as players of the only game that even remotely resembles it - the failed PC experiment Majestic - will tell you. But it ain't at all bad either.
This is the sequel to 2004's lamely titled Missing: Since January (and its pseudo-expansion pack, Missing: The 13th Victim), and the gameplay and background are roughly the same as in the original. To wit: there is a
Tim shows plenty of promise. It takes a certain kind of man to lock a friend in a cupboard and starve him for the good of the collective. And while he's not quite in the 'Genius' bracket just yet, he's showing the sort of spirit that'll take him a long way in the world of evil. He'll have to work on a decent maniacal laugh, though - that chirpy chuckle of his will just have to go.It also takes a certain kind of man to find the evil angle in a game as humane as The Sims 2, so God knows what he'd
Were such a brilliant idea as this as brilliantly executed, we’d have a truly extraordinary game on our hands. But, as they say, if wishes were horses, traffic jams would be so much more brutal. Let’s get excited by the idea, and then let down by its delivery.A large boat lies wrecked on the rocks of a tropical island. It’s rusted, overgrown with vegetation, clearly abandoned for many years. You see a camera feed of a woman