Tagged:  shooter

By Eddie Inzauto, April 21, 2016 0 Video Game Review

For an episodic noir detective drama, Blues and Bullets is quite surrealist, seemingly inspired in equal parts by Telltale adventure games, Sin City, and occult horror such as Silent Hill. These far more so than the U.S. history from which… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, June 19, 2014 0 Interviews

Homefront, the THQ-published, Kaos-developed first-person shooter, though highly anticipated before its 2011 release, was ultimately seen by most critics as a letdown. Amid the smash-and grab auctioning of THQ properties after the company went belly-up in 2012, Crytek managed to… Read More »

By Jason Fanelli, February 19, 2014 0 Previews, Videos

First Run is BACK with Titanfall! This time, Jason takes you through a few matches of the TitanFall beta, showing off his less-than-stellar multiplayer shooter skills and letting you know what to expect when the highly anticipated title from Respawn Entertainment and Electronic… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, December 4, 2013 0 Video Game Review

It’s become abundantly clear over recent years that modern or near-future military shooters of the first-person variety don’t place a high emphasis on story, especially when compared to their multiplayer components. In Battlefield 4, this trend hasn’t been bucked, only… Read More »

By David Taylor, August 31, 2013 0 Features

As the longest console generation in history comes to a close, the GamerNode staff reflects on the games that made this era so great. Games of the Generation is a new GamerNode original feature that allows us to share that passion and nostalgia for the most memorable and significant titles of the last eight years — since November 22, 2005, specifically — and explain why these games have defined a generation and will forever stand as touchstones in gaming history.

By Dan Crabtree, August 24, 2013 1 Features

As the longest console generation in history comes to a close, the GamerNode staff reflects on the games that made this era so great. Games of the Generation is a new GamerNode original feature that allows us to share that passion and nostalgia for the most memorable and significant titles of the last eight years — since November 22, 2005, specifically — and explain why these games have defined a generation and will forever stand as touchstones in gaming history.

By Greg Galiffa, July 20, 2013 0 Video Game Review

We can’t escape our past. – Joel What’s left when everything is gone? What’s left when we don’t have jobs to go to? Careers to pursue? What’s left when we can’t read about the forecast or learn about the latest… Read More »

By Brad Tramel, July 18, 2013 0 Video Game Review

Rising Storm doesn’t hold the war-torn hands of its players. Most competitive first person shooters fret over fairness and accessibility, placing each team an equal distance from a map’s center and providing boringly equivalent weapons at the expense of variety…. Read More »

By Mike Murphy, June 28, 2013 0 Previews

Respawn Entertainment is looking to change the way gamers perceive multiplayer first-person shooters, moving beyond mindless action and plot neglect and infusing single-player elements into its multiplayer-only title, Titanfall. During E3 2013, I got a look at just how this… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, June 21, 2013 0 Video Game Review

The licensed video game still holds a certain stigma in 2013, but at least the overall quality has improved quite a bit. Star Trek: The Video Game, however, taps into the worst kind of nostalgia, uncovering repressed memories of horrible video… Read More »