I have nothing but positive things to say about this game. Except for the negative things.
I haven't done a proper review, and might bother some time later.
- Preceded by Borderlands - (2009 game)
- Followed by Borderlands - The Pre-Sequel
Full ultrawide support, even in windowed fullscreen. It's a big difference.
A shooter of some sort.
Hard to see, hard to play.
- aka Mothergunship: Forge
I own the Windows version via Epic.
A PvP dueling/battle game.
Seems really interesting, but it's not my thing.
Aliens come to ruin an already-ruined earth.. which also already has aliens.
Quite an excellent game.
(https://web.archive.org/web/20120504005225/http://www.homefront-game.com/ |archived home page]])
The Koreans invade the United States, and you are a freedom fighter who hides behind invulnerable cover in an on-rails playable cutscene.
alt-F4 as soon as I was placed in a "home base" which forced me to RP-walk everywhere. Inexcusable.
Spiderman, but with guns.
I get that this has some interesting core gameplay, but it's just not fun because the controls are too awkward.
A combined first-person shooter and tower-defense game.
Seems pretty cute, but I hate tower defense games which have multiple entrances.
A space simulator fps thingy.
While it looked quite good at a glance, when actually trying it it fell flat. When a game cannot lean on cutting-edge technology, it has to have solid gameplay. It didn't feel good at all to me. I guess No Man's Sky - (2016 game) spoiled me.