Today, we may be unable to propose a review of Mass Effect: Andromeda as the rest (thank you EA for that), but we have a little something which will hopefully make it up to you guys. Yooka-Laylee will finally be released on April 11, but we've been sent an early copy of the PC version and are allowed to show some gameplay footage recorded in the first part of the hub, the first world and the "basic" version of world 2 (each world exists in 2 versions, normal and extended). We should have a full review up on April 4, but until then, if you have questions, then ask away (as long as it doesn't concern things we can't discuss obviously). Enjoy the preview videos!
@Sdarts: no mans sea. crackdown. state of decay 2. ori 2. cuphead? i'm struggling tbh. half of those are indie games too :/ (29 minutes ago)
So, what exclusives do Microsoft have for the rest of 2017 and 2018? That aren't Forza Motorsport 7, Forza Horizon 4, Halo 6 or Gears of War 5. The latter 3 are in development, it's Microsoft. (34 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: Biomutant's gameplay looks fine for me, just like 99% of all games already on the market. Not every game will reinvent a genre's standard, which is fine as long as the gameplay is fun. (39 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: fable was an action RPG too though. so you wanted it to be a game like DMC? not something like the witcher 3/horizon? because it's more the latter than the former. (1 Hour ago)
@KORNdog: the cgi trailer made it look like some sort of speedy action game which appealed to me.. Game play seems rather slow and I got both a Zelda and banjo nuts and bolts/fable feel (1 Hour ago)
@alimokrane: Those games would play like complete ass crack with a controller. (1 Hour ago)
what did you see that made you think it isn't an action rpg? (2 Hours ago)