Friday, 15 Jan 2021

Reviews

Nier: Automata's Best-Kept Secret Is Finally Found

Nier: Automata is a game with multiple endings, filled to the brim with hard-to-find secrets. Mod-enthusiast, Lance McDonald, however, did more digging than anyone else to find Automata’s final “cheat code.” Apparently, players can skip to the game’s “E” ending right after defeating Automata’s first boss encounter. I love Nier: Automata (and I really want […]

Diablo Immortal Ties Progression To Upgrading Gear

Blizzard has revealed new information about Diablo Immortal, with gear remaining front and center for specializing and progressing your character, but now with a twist on the old formula. Gear rarity types will be familiar for veterans of the series, including normal, magic, rare, and legendary, with the last two types upgradeable via crafting materials. Just […]

Best Games To Play If Bow And Arrows Are Your Weapon Of Choice

Most of us have our favorite types of games—from first-person shooters to fantasy RPGs. But more than that, many of us find ourselves searching for new games which revolve around (or rely heavily on) a certain weapon class. One of the most popular searches is for games that make good use of the bow and […]

TheGamer Editor’s Choices Of 2020 – Stephanie Minor

I will give you this warning right off the bat—if you’re looking to read over a standard GOTY piece, this will not be it. Why? Because I’ve spent almost all of 2020 playing games that came out before 2020. Here’s the thing. Like many others, I grew up loving video games. But unlike most people, […]

Stunning Puzzler Mare Coming Soon to Oculus Quest

There are plenty of exciting virtual reality (VR) titles arriving across 2021 for headsets including Oculus Quest. Recently, Visiontrick Media’s puzzle adventure Mare has appeared on the Oculus Store, with the launch slated for the beginning of the year. Mare isn’t a new videogame out of nowhere, in fact, the title was first revealed back […]

TheGamer Editors’ Picks Of 2020 – Sam Watanuki

If you’ve read even half of my game reviews this year, you’ll know that 2020 was a year in which I expanded my horizons far beyond first-person shooters and action/adventure games. Being stuck at home meant more time to branch out and experience new genres, while reintroducing myself to genres that had slowly gone by […]

The Biggest Nintendo Switch Games To Look Forward To In 2021

It’s pretty fair to say that the Nintendo Switch is most people’s favourite (read: only) handheld console currently, and other than the distinct lack of competition, it’s easy to see why. Whether you’re looking to play a somewhat cut-back port of a triple-A classic, or a lengthy JRPG adventure that could have your thumbs falling […]