action adventure

The best action-adventure games available, for all consoles and gaming systems on the market.

  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 10 days ago
    'Rygar, The Legendary Adventure'

    'Rygar, The Legendary Adventure'

    Rygar, the Legendary Adventure was one of the best games of 2002, at least to me. The PS2 had only been around for two years, and it seemed like there was no end to the console's awesome-sauce. I had also loved Rygar on the NES when I was a kid, so when this new Rygar came out, I jumped all over it.
  • Nancy D
    Published 16 days ago
    How to Get the Education Rules the Nation Achievement

    How to Get the Education Rules the Nation Achievement

    How to Get the Education Rules The Nation Achievement in Fable I. This guide works for both Fable: The Lost Chapter and the Fable Anniversary Edition. Most of the books are in the Guild's library and a few more are in the bookcases upstairs in the guild. There is one more book in Maze's quarters in the Guild.
  • Jamie Papworth
    Published about a month ago
    Dissidia Opera Omnia Act 2, Chapter 3 Released

    Dissidia Opera Omnia Act 2, Chapter 3 Released

    Opera Omnia's throwing us back to the year 2000 this season with the arrival of some serious fan-service in the form of new story content and event draws. The latest update introduces a fan favourite character and a new EX weapon that’ll get the veterans screaming like groupies at a KISS concert.
  • Peter Murr
    Published about a month ago
    'Path of Exile'

    'Path of Exile'

    I found that the Path of Exile was a stimulating and engrossing game. It’s a free-to-play game, which practically speaking, is a splendid way to enter into any game. If you wish, you may buy the game's “currency” from the game application, which will allow you to build up your character. It’s possible to buy weapons and armor from outside vendors, at moderate cost, to increase your capacity for destruction, while remaining safer in specialty armor. All the way up to ridiculous prices for specialty weapons and armors that will provide marginal increases in performance. In or out of game, cosmetic facades are available which only affect the appearance of the characters, but have the panache of Champions. In some instances, of prices over $500 for a single expenditure?! You would be surprised at how many of those are sold.
  • Shauna Graham
    Published about a month ago
    'Devil May Cry 5': The Tale of the Sons of Sparda Series Draws to a Dramatic Close

    'Devil May Cry 5': The Tale of the Sons of Sparda Series Draws to a Dramatic Close

    Originally set to be another Resident Evil game in the early 2000s, Devil May Cry has since become one of Capcom's most beloved, stylish, and sleek action-adventure titles to ever grace our screens. Although gone are the days of the "Dante" being the sole red-clad devil hunter to take on the relentless demonic hordes; that would provide endless entertainment for my fellow gamers out there. At the Legendary Devil Hunter's side are "Nero," which makes his long-awaited return, alongside mysterious new-comer "V;" to take on the fight for "Red Grave City" against the Nefarious Usurper "Urizen." This demon, who's responsible for the most recent demonic invasion at the heart of the city, sits atop a throne, awaiting all heroes to make their final stand against him. Normally, a fight of these epic proportions would take place at the ending of our story, but we're introduced to Urizen's awe-inspiring power at the beginning in a fight we are encouraged to lose. It sets the the stage well for an all-or-nothing battle against the plant-like Demi-God later on.
  • Johann Hollar
    Published 2 months ago
    More Like 'Dark Souls'

    More Like 'Dark Souls'

    I know many of you are aware of the Dark Souls series, as well as Nioh and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. But what about other Dark Souls style games? We already have two of them take placed in Warring States Era Japan and the series itself has a medieval like setting.
  • Jamie Papworth
    Published 3 months ago
    'Dissidia NT'—'FFVII's Tifa Lockhart DLC Announced

    'Dissidia NT'—'FFVII's Tifa Lockhart DLC Announced

    Whether you’re a long-time Dissidia devotee, or a totally unaffected onlooker, anyone even vaguely clued up on Final Fantasy VII's popularity will likely concur that, following tonight’s announcement that Tifa Lockhart will be joining the NT's roster next week, the turbulent 3-v-3 brawler will see an observable surge in Western attention. Yes folks, the time has come; Final Fantasy VII’s aesthetically questionable, but objectively beloved barmaid-turned-terrorist has been confirmed at long last on Square Enix’s NT livestream!
  • Flora Silver
    Published 4 months ago
    'Doom', the Video Game

    'Doom', the Video Game

    Doom is one of the most famous and pioneering first-shooter person video games, creating an immersive atmosphere and entertaining gameplay. There are countless articles, videos game reviews, and let’s play on each Doom game, so I will direct you to those if you are interested in knowing more about this epic game. I am also not a game expert—even though I love playing video games—and I am sure many people can introduce, and analyze the Doom universe much better than me.
  • Nancy D
    Published 4 months ago
    Cattails 100 Percent Achievement Guide

    Cattails 100 Percent Achievement Guide

    There are 43 achievements on Cattails on Steam. Here is an organized collection of what those achievments are, and how to get them. The achievements are in order from easiest to hardest, even the ones that aren't under a title with a mentioned difficulty level.
  • Jakeson Eudela
    Published 4 months ago
    'Assassin's Creed Rogue' Could Be the Most Underrated Game in the Series

    'Assassin's Creed Rogue' Could Be the Most Underrated Game in the Series

    I have been a fan of the Assassin’s Creed game series since way back a couple of years ago, when I discovered it through the internet. I wasn’t so fond of video games back then. I only played a few online games, as well as some video games from Grand Theft Auto to Left 4 Dead. When I saw Assassin’s Creed for the first time on YouTube by watching its game trailers, I was instantly stunned by it. I could consider myself as a history lover, and I also wanted to learn how to do parkour, as well as fighting sports, and swordsmanship ever since I was a kid, and Assassin’s Creed mixed all three, which made the game my instant favourite. Unfortunately though, since I have no proper computer to play the game on, let alone money to buy it in the first place, or even time to consider playing it, I have no choice, but to satisfy my love for the game by watching walkthroughs on YouTube, reading about the game series on fan wikis, and in Wikipedia, and if I got the time and permission, to play some of the game in an internet cafe, often for around one to two hours. As my knowledge of the game’s story and features grew, so did my desire to play it. I finally got a chance to do just that when I had my own laptop, and an internet connection in our home. I could choose a lot of the games in the Assassin’s Creed series to download from. There is Assassin’s Creed 3 set in America during the American Revolutionary War. There is Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag set in the Golden Age of Piracy. There is also Assassin’s Creed Unity set in France before and during the French Revolution. But of all the games in Assassin’s Creed that caught my eyes first, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, which was a prequel to Assassin’s Creed Unity and even Assassin’s Creed 3, was the one that gained my attention first, and therefore the first game in the series I decided to play before the others.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 5 months ago
    'Neopets: The Darkest Faerie'

    'Neopets: The Darkest Faerie'

    Welcome to another review!
  • Jovelle Avancena
    Published 5 months ago
    An Overview of Dragon Ball: Project Z

    An Overview of Dragon Ball: Project Z

    "True warriors are in a never-ending search for the ultimate fight."