Rust Game Review

Rust is a first person multiplayer game for the PC. It is available on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It simulates survival experiences and creates an environment for game play that is intense and unpredictable. Creatures behave as they would in real life in this popular game. Animals will chase and kill characters if they feel threatened. Staying outside in the elements of starving will kill you. Perhaps the most unsettling aspect of the game is that there are other people trying to survive as well. Sometimes surviving the hordes of zombies becomes increasingly difficult and many players are using rust hacks, and other cheats to give them an advantage. If they choose to, they can steal your things, beat you up, or kill you so that you are no longer competition for resources. Rust presents a realistic view of post apocalyptic dystopia that is terrifyingly real. And that makes the game that much more exciting.

Rust was released in 2013 and sold 150,000 copies in two weeks. Facepunch is currently working on new features.

People are enjoying the ‘fend for yourself’ mentality this game provides. It allows them to explore their survival instincts in ways that we hope we never have to. Chop down trees to get wood, make weapons, hunt for food, make a fire to cook food, build a place to lay your head – all these functions are things you have to do to make it in Rust. Do it and do it well, or find out just how harsh the environment really is. Enjoyable? Without a doubt. Addictive? You bet. This game has people glued to their monitors and playing with all their might. Their goal is to survive, plain and simple.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

People are saying that this game has been a long time coming.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls for Windows, Mac, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 was released on March 25th and is already regarded as the Diablo game that Blizzard was always meant to make. This game series has gone through more than its share of trial and error, revisions, and reiterations. Where lackluster premise, theory, and game play existed, Diablo III: Reaper of Souls has substance. Each patch Blizzard made (and there were many) enhanced the game. It is now so completely different from what it once was, it could almost be considered a sequel. Going through Adventure mode gets you more bang for your buck than just skimming to see the storyline advancements and getting to the new villain. Fighting elemental boss creatures now has meaning in this new release. And Act V simply cannot be missed.

If you even moderately enjoyed any of the other Diablo III iterations, you have got to try Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. If loot based dungeon crawling is your cup of tea, Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is like a dream. There are new powers including a killer avalanche that you have to try, new worlds, and more mind blowing addictive fun than you ever thought Diablo III would bring after such a stellar performance from Diablo II. It definitely pays to be persistent. With a more fleshed out premise and, subsequently, more substantial game play, this buy will not disappoint.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition Review

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition for PS4 just came out on March 4th and already its being called the best Dead Nation game ever. The vantage point of game play – from above, as if you were surveying the scene from a helicopter – gives you a front row seat to the madness and mayhem this game creates. You’ll find out why this game is rated M right away. Blow something up and blast the zombies to bits, body parts flying everywhere. Keep shooting as they keep coming, and coming, and coming. It’s like a never-ending torrent of zombies rushing at you, crowding you, clamoring for your flesh. And with the game being fully HD now, the graphics are edgier than ever before.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition provides an incredible rush.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition has solo player mode or two player (either online or local). There are also two game modes – Arcade and Endless. These modes progress in difficulty as you advance. You can also monitor your game stats while you are playing and send your score over to a friend to challenge them. Or, if you think you have the skills, send your scores to the leader board and see how you fare there.

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition combines innovation, current technology, and zombie killing mayhem in one neat little package. Survivors in the post-apocalyptic world the game is set in rise up against the zombies to take back what’s theirs. You’re one of the survivors and proud of it. Housemarque outdid themselves with this one. Watch out, zombies. It’s killing time!