These days, several games available in Early Access have drawn our attention since they focus their attention on exploration and adventure, adding a bit of survival mechanics to the mix to make it even more interesting. After The Solus Project which we strongly recommend, here comes Kona, a title which will take you in the middle of a snowstorm in an isolated village from Quebec. Hired by a rich industrialist whose property has been vandalized, Carl Faubert is about to find himself lost in what seems to be an abandoned place. All the inhabitants apparently vanished, including his client, and his job is now to understand what happened to all of them. We have prepared three gameplay videos but should be back with more as we are thinking of livestreaming the game later this week. Note: We remind you that the build shown here is not final as the game is still in development.
They're going to wind up harming consumer friendly service models as much as they will punish the bad ones. And I feel like stuff like SWBF2 will be appropriately punished by the market. (19 minutes ago)
Belgium wants to ban loot boxes in Europe. Yeah, good luck with that. And I hope they plan on extending draconian regulation to card games as well. (40 minutes ago)
wow, my copy of BF1 Revo came satthered and the disc unreadable. thanks amazon. (4 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: No no. They say: yes it is gambling, but we have to investigate further hoW EA does it to determine if it's gambling. It's a weird interview. (6 Hours ago)
They're probably struggling to understand how it's different from a variety of other products on their shelves. (7 Hours ago)
EA as 'randomised lootboxes'. I think the gaming industry has a strong lobby.... (7 Hours ago)
@Tiz: Just read an interview with the gambling commision on the lootboxes in BF2. They have to investigate if what EA offers really is based on chance. Wait, what? That is proven and is advertised by (7 Hours ago)