While video games like Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Overwatch, Call of Duty: WWII, Battlefield 1, Destiny 2 and pretty much every other game on the market, make use of heavy in-game purchases, there are games that don’t.
Did you want permadeath in Far Cry Primal? You have it now.
Let the easter egg hunt begin!
Grab your spears and clubs, it’s time to see if Far Cry’s new Stone Age adventure is something to scavenge for…
Is Far Cry Primal’s brutality worthwhile? Does the addition of beast taming make up for the loss of modern weaponry?
This week sees the return of an FPS veteran, albeit slightly stripped-down, archaic and decidedly brutal, and then there are those beloved zombies.
Megarom and Ubisoft have collaborated on a Far Cry Primal hamper to the tune of R15,000, but it’s not going to be easy to win.
Subjective gaming experiences are often weighed against the initial expectations we have for them, so sometimes a highly anticipated game sucks.
Far Cry Primal’s whole marketing spiel has been its absence of guns, and… well, the presence of sabre-toothed tigers – this latest trailer is about exactly that.
Which imaginative, inventive or just plain interesting games have caught our eye this month?
Far Cry Primal may use many of the same UI prompts, storytelling techniques and general mechanics as Far Cry 4, but it’s a very different game in spite.
As we enter the second month of 2016, a rather busy one at that, there’s finally something to play.
Which games have got our expectations see-sawing from good to bad?
It’s not quite as astonishing a prize as winning your own personalised island, but it’s certainly unique.
Watch new trailers for Rise of the Tomb Raider DLC, Shadow Complex Remastered, Rocket League on Xbox One and Alien in Mortal Kombat X.
You are the first to tame the beast, the Beast Master they call you.
And maybe even a little Mass Effect: Andromeda.
It’s time to break out your spear.