A gorgeous classic, caught in 4K.
It’s been 13 years since the Left 4 Dead series was first unleashed upon the world. Developed by Turtle Rock Studios, they are games that perfected the co-op shooter and in all honesty they have never been bettered. Many have tried and failed, including Turtle Rock (Evolve!) but now they
The new simulation racing tournament, Porsche Asia Pacific Forza Cup, is now open for registrations online and will take place from 29th September to 18th October. A first-time collaboration between Porsche Asia Pacific and Porsche Cars Australia, the tournament expects to see some of the best virtual drivers in Asia
Sold Out and Metronomik have announced that No Straight Roads will be launching for the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One at the same time as the PC and PS4 versions on 30 June 2020. Directed by Wan Hazmer, lead game designer of Final Fantasy XV, and Daim Dziauddin, concept artist of Street Fighter
Not much this week but some news is better than no news right? Stay safe everybody! Commander ’85 Commander ’85 is a new game by The Moonwalls studio, combining adventure game, science fiction thriller, survival elements and a hacker simulator. The story will be set in the 1980s, and the
Only one thing to talk about in this weeks news… Baldur’s Gate 3 This opening is absolutely stunning. Larian Studios have been on the road recently, showing off Baldur’s Gate 3 for the very first time. Larian has been working alongside Wizards of the Coast to bring Baldur’s Gate to
Fresh week. Fresh news. DRAGON BALL FighterZ Coming out of the DRAGON BALL FighterZ World Tour Finals which took place in Paris, France over the weekend, information about DRAGON BALL FighterZ’s next season pass package (Season Pass #3) was shared. Players will have two new characters to master and new moves to deploy
We are suckers for the whole Lovecraft / Cthulu mythos here at GameStart and World of Horror has us excited and it’s coming to Steam Early Access on February 20th! The full release will be sometime in late 2020 and will also include the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch platforms.
New year. New games. But hold on! Before we look forward to what is coming in 2020 (there is a lot!), let’s take a look back at what we thought were the 5 best games of 2019 and the 5 games that didn’t live up to the hype. The Disappointments