Enhancing your gaming experience isn’t easy, but if you want more realistic FPS experience, you might be interested in today’s controller.
Playing FPS games is always fun, but if you want to enhance your FPS gaming experience, and make it more realistic, today we have a device that you might find suitable.
Playing first person shooters on your console, computer, or tablet / smartphone is always a blast, but you can take that experience to another level thanks to the little gadget that comes from MetalCompass. Continue reading »
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Admit it: you secretly call yourself Daddy Death match and reckon you have already got the mad level, editing skillz to design your own multiplayer levels. Well, Far Cry 2’s map editor gives you the chance to back up the big words by enabling you to build your own killings fields, and then post them online for people to enjoy. Think Little Big Planet, only with the AK 47’s Jeeps and vast, burning forests.
Does anyone really need Brothers In Arm, the latest addition to PC teetering mountain of WW2-themed shooters? If Call Of Duty is the cigar-chomping sergeant, Medal Od Honor is the reliable machine gunner who’s done it all before, and Turning Point is the country bumpkin who gets killed in the first act. Which leaves Hell’s Highway as..Who? I am going to say the officious staff sergeant who everyone hates at first but grudgingly respects by the end. And here’s why.
In the original, critically regaled, multiple Game of the year award-winning Deus Ex (on PC) government agents had superhuman abilities thanks to discreet nanomachine ‘’augmentations’’ implanted in their bodies. Those folks stuck with mechanical ‘’augs’’ were seen as relics of an unsophisticated past. Well, go back, 25 years in Deus Ex 3-a prequel-and mechanical augs are at the very forefront of the technology curve. Agents use mechanical arms and cybernetic implants as aids in their fight against terrorism, as the human race evolves artificially at breakneck speed.