Cultic: Chapter One has all the hallmarks of a retro shooter along with the lessons learned on how to make a quality game.
Gundam Evolution takes a classic concept and repurposes it into a hero shooter that also hits all the right marks.
In all the right and wrong ways, Scathe is an old-school shooter with a modern look plus a brutal experience.
The 2022 XIII remake is a second chance that successfully honors the legacy of the beloved cult classic.
If you enjoyed Crysis back in the day then you will enjoy the fast-paced action of Bright Memory: Infinite.
Kingdom of the Dead will get your attention with its pen and ink style visuals while keeping you hooked with its retro-FPS inspired gameplay.
Far Cry 6 utilizes everything learned in the series long and evolving history to present an unforgettable experience.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a return to the series roots in regard to everything while also fully embracing its 1980’s setting.
The XIII remake attempts but fails to give new life to a cult classic while introducing a wrong version to a new generation of gamers.
Valorant takes the best elements from the kings of multiplayer shooters only to be something that fails to stand out it in a crowded market.
Serious Sam 4 is another lesson on how to make a f***ing shooter, keep it simple and be focused on the fun.
Halo 3 allows PC gamers to experience one of the greatest titles for the Xbox 360 while concluding the story of the original trilogy.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered is a reflection of why the original is hailed in such high regard among gamers.
Doom Eternal is basically id Software having to show the gaming industry once again how to make a f***ing shooter.
Call of Duty: Warzone brings its own unique take on the Battle Royale genre while also building upon the success of Modern Warfare.