I love the title. Something about it makes it mysterious as well as giving it credence. Who would of thought that the people behind Pokemon Go would be behind this one? They are and they’ve been at it with the title since 2012.
Returning players should be familiar with the overall gameplay as it’s not that different from the earlier iterations. There is a different UI, narrative amongst other changes but there is a welcomed familiarity about it. There are two factions that are fighting it out – using AR technology and is location based with elements.
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Better now than later. After only 4 days, BLACKROOM’s Kickerstarter campaign was pulled by its creators. The entire planet pretty much knows that to be on Kickstarter, you need to have a fully functioning prototype. That seemed to have been an oversight by John Romero and Adrian Carmack.
Seeing how no demo was available the creative duo felt it wise to voluntarily pull the campaign rather than have it yanked by Kickstarter for compliance reasons.
No timeline was given for the reboot, but there was a promise made on their Kickstarter page that they will provide “something special” for those that renew their pledges.
Hopefully, the campaign was [...]
John Romero’s team released a video and have launched their official Kickstarter campaign for BLACKROOM. A return to classic, hardcore FPS gaming. As typical with Romero projects it’s all about the community and this shines through brightly even in the game’s early development stage. Already built into the framework of the game is the ability for players to do their own modding and create customized maps. Needless to mention how much those two aspects bring to the gaming table.
Their Kickstarter campaign is running for 32 days and they’re looking to meet a goal of $700,000. Within a couple hours of their campaign launch, they were already at [...]
Release date was originally slated for July 19th, 2016 but has been delayed to “holidays” 2016. We’re guessing that means it should be out for a stocking stuffer.
If you enjoyed The Hunger Games and you’re into dinosaurs, then this game has your name all over it. It’s a MOSA (Multiplayer Online Survival Arena) where you are put into a constrained boundary and you’re pitted against all others in there for a FFA. The last man standing wins.
Players begin with the essentials and have to get weapons and tools. All the while, you’re trying to kill other players and avoid being killed. Use the tools to forge and create other items. [...]