What the duck
You know you’re about to be thrown in at the deep end when a game asks you to pick between the difficulty options of Normal, Hard, Very Hard, and a permadeath toggle for all three. Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a brutally tough experience that will contuinally pull the rug out from under your feet even when you feel like you’ve...
Farrow joins the party
We've been quietly looking forward to Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, a late 2018 release melding turn-based strategy with an intriguing story and bizarre characters. We've seen a trio of heroes we'll be guiding through the game's post-human world; a woman who can turn to stone, a giant pig, and a mutated duck. Not exactly...
Take your turn
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden grabbed our attention earlier in the year with a cool announcement trailer, and now the post-apocalyptic strategy RPG has a confirmed release date. As if the release schedule wasn't already way too busy, Mutant Year Zero is set to launch on the 4th December. We reckon the game's...
Conan Exiles is surprisingly good. When we first learned about an open world survival game themed on the Conan universe, we were tempted to write it off as a cash grab. And that might have been the initial idea, but the result is not only a labour of love for the genre, but also the barbarian himself. Picture the scene: you're a...
Gets a great cinematic trailer
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden sounds a bit mental based on the title alone, and that feeling's solidified once you get an eyeful of the game's crazy cinematic reveal trailer. Obviously the video doesn't tell us much about how the game will actually play, but the description reads: "Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden...
Do you wanna ride the rollercoaster?
While developer Funcom's last console release, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, never found its way to a PlayStation platform, its newest title, The Park – developed by the firm's Oslo branch – does find its way onto Sony hardware. The Park is a story that supposedly takes place in the world of one of Funcom's...
Funcom's bringing its survival horror experiment The Park to the PlayStation 4 in 2016. The psychological trip through a dilapidated funfair launched on the PC earlier in the year, but has now set its beady eyes upon Sony's new-gen system. The title promises a real rollercoaster ride in which you'll face fear and paranoia head-first. Will...