Adam Ferrero

I've been playing games for as many of my 33 years as I can remember. I'm mainly a PC Gamer, but I've gotten into Xbox and Playstation lately as well. My Steam, Xbox, and Playstation tags are Fejerro, and I'm on Twitter as @Adam_Ferrero.

Review: The Beginner’s Guide

Review: The Beginner’s Guide   There is absolutely nothing typical, conventional, or ordinary about The Beginner’s Guide. Davey Wreden, creator of the much-loved 2013 hit The Stanley Parable, announced the existence of The Beginner’s Guide a mere two days before it’s October 1st release. No one knew he was making it, and until it released, no one knew what it was about. And now, having ...[Read More]

Steam Machines, Link, and Controllers – What You Need To Know

Just over a month from now Valve will launch their gaming invasion of the living room. Steam Machines, Steam Link, and Steam Controllers will be available to the public for sale on November 10th. This unprecedented move by the game and digital storefront developer that has had people talking for years and will finally be a reality. It’s still too early to predict how successful this move will be, ...[Read More]

The Last of Us and Uncharted Developer Offers to Take Over Half-Life 3

Neil Druckmann, creative director and writer at Naughty Dog, tweeted last week his offer for his studio to take over development of Half-Life 3. Naughty Dog is the developer of highly-reviewed and popular PS4 exclusive titles The Last of Us and the Uncharted series. Half-Life 2: Episode 2, the most recent installment in the Half-Life franchise, was released in 2007. The highly acclaimed franchise ...[Read More]

Amnesia: The Dark Descent Free on Steam through Wednesday

For a very short time, until 10 AM PST (1 PM EST), Amnesia: The Dark Descent is available for free on Steam. The horror game, released in 2010, has received overwhelmingly positive reviews on Steam, a score of 85 on Metacritic, and high marks from many other reviews. Also included in the midweek sale is Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the 2013 sequel to The Dark Descent, for $3.99. The sale is part o...[Read More]

Looking Back: F.E.A.R. – First Encounter Assault Recon

I have an odd relationship with horror games. I love them because they evoke an extra layer emotion missing from other genres, adding significant depth to the gaming experience. On the other hand, they scare me. I have a difficult time making the decision to fully commit to playing one. I can’t say how many times I’ve almost started Amnesia: The Dark Descent or thought about picking up Outlast or ...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Releasing for PC One Month After Console Version

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will ship for PC nearly a month after its scheduled release on October 23rd for Xbox One and PS4. Ubisoft announced that the title is currently scheduled to release on November 19th to ensure that it is shipped without any major bugs or glitches. “We have introduced several new improvements to our production pipeline and validation process, which allowed us ...[Read More]

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2 Getting Digital Re-Release

Dinosaur enthusiasts, rejoice! Night Dive Studios has announced today that they are developing a digital re-release of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for PC. The Nintendo 64 classics, released in 1997 and 1998, respectively, are coming to PC for the first time thanks to the studio whose “mission is to bring lost and forgotten gaming treasures back from the depths.” N...[Read More]

How Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Can Fix the Franchise

With Gamescom last week, EA released the much anticipated gameplay trailer for Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. The five minute video takes place during one of the missions happening at some point during the game. It’s clear that certain segments have been spliced together, so we don’t have a full mission, but there’s enough to give us an idea of what to expect come February. The twilight setting proves a...[Read More]

Through the Rose-Colored Glass of Mirror’s Edge

At the E3 2013 EA press conference, a one minute in-engine trailer revealed what many had longed for and speculated was in development: a new Mirror’s Edge. Since the original’s release in 2008, those who had been enamored with Mirror’s Edge have clamored, begged, demanded, and waited with many shades of patience for more. E3 2014 revealed a closer look into the development progress of the game, r...[Read More]

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