Grand Theft Auto has been a trademark franchise of Rockstar. A few years ago, they took that experience to the Old West, and it was a big success. With that said, will we ever see a second installment of this cool series?
Kratos, our game protagonist, is no mere mortal, since he wages war against all of Olympus after being betrayed... And he kills them all with style. Now, we'll get to see what exactly happened to him after he killed his family.
At last, "sadistic" gamers that love difficult games like myself, will be pleased to know this game has been now confirmed. But under a new director, should we worry about losing what's made these games so great?
One of the first PlayStation 2's RPGs, and an amazing one as well. This 2-game franchise was often compared with Zelda, due to the dungeon levels, and featured a "reconstruct the world almost as you like" storyline. But why hasn't Level-5 continued this franchise?
This franchise has been around for many many years, yet their games began to become quite predictible. Konami decided to reboot this franchise with Lords of Shadow, which turned out to be an awesome game. Now, they're continuing this series with a direct sequel to the first one.
One of the best Capcom franchises in recent years will get a reboot...? While a whole lot of the dedicated fanbase let Capcom know their frustration with this decision - they were not able to change this series fate.
The Burning Crusade was the first WoW's expansion, and it's considered the best by most still - any ideas on why?
World of Warcraft, the current holder of the Guiness World Record for being the MMORPG with the most subscribers, is one of those games everyone's heard about, whether they like the game or not.
That's right, Kung Fu Panda's protagonist makes his way to Azeroth. The Pandaren are the new race in the latest WoW expansion set.
Hellfire invades Azeroth after an ice age. Deathwing the Destroyer brings chaos and destruction to the world, forever changing the way we knew it.
WoW's second expansion set, Wrath of the Lich King got mixed reviews. It was loved by some, and hated by the vanilla and some TBC die-hard fans.
Vanilla WoW is considered by many the best WoW there's been so far, its golden age, but was it really that better than its succesors?
The Final Fantasy franchise has been in the elite-RPG games for a really long time. But has this series began its inevitable downfall?
Bleach has been one of the most succesful mangas of the last few years, sadly, the anime had to be cancelled earlier this year due to low ratings. Will we ever see Ichigo and the Gotei 13 back in the screen?
Darksiders, a franchise that took the Bible's Book of Revelation to a new level. Even while our protagonists are the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, even they become involved in a human-like story of treachery and deceit.
Legend of Dragoon was too good to not continue this franchise. Not so long ago Sony announced that they had the second title in line, but it was cancelled due to unknown reasons - which is a shame since I sincerely think it's a franchise that could easily compete with RPG giants like Final Fantasy.
FromSoftware's Souls franchise has been getting a lot of attention since the debut back in 2009. Some people love it, some others hate it, regardless of those feelings it's become a game that has left a lot of impressions around the world.