Destroy All Humans! Review

Destroy All Humans! Developer: Black Forest Games Publisher: THQ Nordic Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PlayStation 4, PCRelease Date: July 28, 2020 Price: $39.99 USD – Available Here $69.95 AUD – Available Here Overview There were numerous series that saw their life begin during the mid-2000s and one of these happened to be Destroy All Humans! which, despite having four releases over ...

Destroy All Humans! New Trailer and Interactive Trailer Released

With Destroy All Humans! set to be released at the end of the month THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games have been ramping up their promotion for the title and this time around they are coming forward with two separate trailers, one that happens to focus on introducing the small town of Santa Modesta, California and the chaos the player can cause there as well as an interactive trailer with plenty of...

Destroy All Humans! Remake Revealed

Of all the games to get a remake few could have predicted that THQ Nordic and developer Black Forest Games would announce that Destroy All Humans! would be indeed getting one. The companies have announced that this 2005 classic will be getting a full HD release sometime in 2020 where it will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Terrorize the people of 1950s Earth in the role of th...

Nordic Games Acquires Darksiders, Red Faction

Nordic Games has proved you don’t just find bargains on games in discount bins. THQ’s implosion has made picking up entire franchises as affordable as buying into Sydney real estate, with several titles proving to be even cheaper. Spending $4.9 million over all, Nordic Games have claimed over 10 individual franchises to add to their catalogue. 505 Games cleaned up what was on offer, ro...

5 Brilliant Boss Battles

Boss Battles are right up there with jumping, points and blank wooden crates as examples of standard video game procedure. They’re in pretty much everything, and ideally test a player’s skills and abilities that they’ve accumulated during the game, as well as ramping up the tension in both the narrative and the game’s difficulty. They’re also hard to write or talk abo...

30 Questions – Michael Irving

You’ve probably seen those 30 Day Song or Movie Challenges going around on Facebook. Well, we found a Video Game equivalent, and thought it would be fun to have each of our editors list their answers in a 30 Questions format, as an introduction to the kind of gamers we are.  Q1 – Your first video game. Lemmings Even with only 16×16 pixels, those little blue and green dudes have mo...

Why So Serious? – Games With a Sense of Humour

Sick of the no-nonsense macho attitude of CoD, Homefront, and Generic War-Themed Shooter #37? Well, the long-retired Duke of exaggerated manliness is on his way to fix that, but if you can’t wait until June for some comic relief in your gaming, here’s our list of games with a sense of humour. Portal (2007, PC)/Portal 2 (2011, PC, PS3, Xbox360) No combat. A female protagonist. A bland laboratory se...

Five Games That Need A Revival

Recently, many classic game franchises have been revived, after long periods out of the limelight. I don’t need to remind you of a certain Duke, who’s lack of releases in the last decade has become an industry joke. In addition, two Nintendo favourites, Donkey Kong and Kirby, have starred in new platforming games, after years of only being used to flesh out the rosters of Smash Bros an...

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