As one of the very first “Xbox Play Anywhere” games, Gears of War 4 is definitely the most anticipated title for Third-Person Shooter fans in the winter of 2016. With this fourth main installment of the franchise, you get to play as J.D. Fenix, son of the legendary Marcus Fenix, and fight for the survival of all humanity on the planet Sera. We’re all familiar with the saying, “Like father, like son.” But how well in fact do the latest GTX 10 series and AMD RX series outperform their predecessors? And what’s the best “Gears of War”? Let’s find out!
Since its first introduction at E3 2014, “No Man’s Sky” has been pinned on top of the list of the most anticipated games. Yet, the long wait turned out to be the biggest disappointment in 2016 somehow. Soon after its launch in August, the community quickly find themselves misled by false advertising, and the should-be-star ended up a tragic meteor. However, No Man’s Sky is indeed groundbreaking in game design, in spite of the failure in business. Therefore, we present you this simple benchmark, to see how it takes to baldly go no man has gone before.
From the creators of Borderlands, Battleborn, the highly anticipated online first-person shooter video game took off on May 3. Available on PC, the game presents an excellent mix of MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) gameplay with a first-person perspective.