After two disappointing Game of Thrones titles, Cyanide is back with Of Orcs and Men, a dark fantasy story in which you play the roles of an orc and a goblin who are up against the Empire of men. Provided you don't expect a AAA title, this new RPG will embark you upon a rather enjoyable journey if you are into mature stories. Thanks to pretty nice visuals (aside from the horrible faces of the human characters) and its efficient music score, the game offers quite a nice ride despite some obvious flaws. By no means does it play in the same league as KOTOR or Dragon Age, but it is nonetheless entertaining if you enjoy KOTOR-like combat and you don't mind it being awfully linear. Check out our PC videos and make your own opinion. Update: One last video added.
I can easily clear my ack catalogue if I just do the main story, no side quests/activities. (1 minute ago)
Rest of the year: DA:I, Shadow of Mordor, AC: Unity and Rogue, FC4, GTA V, Beyond Earth, The Evil Within, CoD: Advanced Warfare, and perhaps: Alien: Isolation, BL:The Pre-Sequel & Lords of the Fallen. (4 minutes ago)
This year so far is: Thief, W:TNO, Watch Dogs, Payday 2, Divinity: Original Sin, AC:Liberation, C:LoS2, Transistor, Child of Light, Valiant Hearts, The Fall, Southpark, Knock-knock and Trials: Fusion. (5 minutes ago)
@droezelke: Not buying a lot of games anymore, but I still have about 200 games I wanna play. I love almost all kinds of genres, specially RPGs and am a completionist. (6 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: You have your own library.. why is it called a liebrary and not a truthberry. (1 Hour ago)
Seinfeld has something to say about books and (library) [url] lol (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: If you buy/collect games, even digitally, you should give up on playing them all. I'm never going to read all of my books either. That's not the only reason to have a library. (2 Hours ago)