Tagged: sandbox

Portal Knights is one of those games that comes along every now and then and tries to steal the crown from the ultimate sandbox game, Minecraft, whilst taking pointers from Terraria. There isn’t much of a story here except for the fact that a ‘fracture’ had arrived to the world, creating portals between all the islands in the world, and it’s up to you, whoever you may be, to travelling to and fro, completing quests and choosing one of these islands to call “home”. As much as this is sandbox adventure title, it also focuses heavily on RPG elements to … Read More »

Free to play sandbox game ROBLOX is now available to download and play in the UK (and the rest of Europe). ROBLOX is an online virtual playground and workshop, where kids of all ages can safely interact, create, have fun, and learn. It’s unique in that practically everything on ROBLOX is designed and constructed by members of the community. ROBLOX is designed for 8 to 18 year olds, but it is open to people of all ages, and offers a safe, curated space in which to build and explore. We’re big fans of ROBLOX – available in 2015 on iOS … Read More »

On Monday, we reported to you that Red Dead Redemption was no longer available for Backwards Compatibility, but that might not be entirely true. Microsoft released an update which blocks access to the leaked backwards compatibility titles, which included Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Tekken Tag Tournament 2, but the games themselves remain on the console. According to Polygon, if you take your console offline, you can still play Red Dead Redemption like normal. So if you were one of those caught up in Red Dead Fever over the weekend, you can still get your fix. The leak came … Read More »

This is my first outing with Just Cause (I know your probably think this is possible) and wow I knew death and destruction was at the heart of this game but the insanity involved in the sheer destruction is poetry in motion. You will need to use death-defying ariel stunts in order to destroy everything and everyone in sight. Unfortunately Just Cause 3 doesn’t get much of a chance to shine, when you kick in to ultimate destruction mode and the world is covered in flaming balls and burning smouldering bodies, the frame rate drops massively (possibly even below 30fps). … Read More »

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