Monster hunters rejoice! Capcom had previously announced that the latest entry in the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter: World, would be headed to PC for the first time ever this…
Rise of the Tomb Raider is finally available on Mac (and linux) starting today. Square Enix has partnered with Feral Interactive for the MacOS port of the action-adventure sequel. The…
Available On: PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Coming later to PC)
I had the Anjanath on the run. Monster Hunter’s version of a Tyrannosaurus Rex decided he’d had enough of my hacking and slashing, and fled to higher ground. I chased after him, winding up the trees and branches in the Ancient Forest. We reached a nest-like clearing and faced each other, prepared to duel it out again. A terrifying roar signaled a newcomer to the party. We’d wandered into the nesting grounds of a dragon, the Rathian.
The 10-year old within me excitedly cheers as the giant monsters battle each other, the dragon picking up the T-Rex and dropping it from its nest. When the Rathian turns its attention toward me, I make like the Anjanath and run like hell.
Available On: PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Fortnite exists in that odd space between a public beta test and a full release. Epic Games’ online tower-defense, third-person action hybrid can be purchased right now; but it’s actually launching as a free-to-play title next year. The closest equivalent is a Steam Early Access game. An Early Access purchase grants access to the live game right now, as well as some extra loot.
Fortnite’s laborious focus on grinding and digging through random loot mars an otherwise fun experience of scavenging, leveling, shooting, building, and defending with friends.