Game Review: Sunset Overdrive (Xbox One)

Back in the heyday of arcade games, there was no series story with important actions to be performed, it was all about fun excess. Big guns and bigger explosions and a devil-may-care attitude. Those core digital values make up the core of Xbox One’s insanely fun Sunset Overdrive, the game that brings the party in a big way!
Sunset Overdrive has a set up straight out of ’80s arcade gaming. A new energy drink by mega corporation Fizzco has went array, turning the residents into crazed mutants. Fizzco has enclosed the city with a giant wall to keep all the mutants in and attempt to cover up the debacle. At the center, you play an everyday slacker punk who has no priorities. So now that you are up to speed, what is the game like?

Tom Savini, Gun Media Team Up for ‘Summer Camp’ Slasher Game

Gun Media, the designers behind Breach & Clear, Breach & Clear: Deadline and Speakeasy, have teamed up with horror film icon Tom Savini to announce Slasher Vol. 1: Summer Camp. The first installment in a series that pays homage to the splatter/slasher movies that dominated the ’80s, Summer Camp is a third-person survival game set in a wooded campground similar to those of Sleepaway Camp, The Burning and the Friday the 13th franchise.

Within the campground players take on the role of one of 6-8 teen counselors

Video Game Review: Alien: Isolation Is Terrifyingly Awesome

Alien: Isolation was met with a lot of resistance when it was first announced. Coming hot off the heels of the disastrous Aliens: Colonial Marines, there was understandably a lot to prove. Well, this week, Alien: Isolation has finally dropped on Playstation, Xbox, and PC, and I am pleased to say that, for the first time, the alien has truly arrived.

The game opens up 15 years after the events of Alien. Amanda Ripley, who works as a technician, is approached when the Nostromo’s flight recorder is found and being held at the space station Sevastopol.