Posts Tagged ‘Bohemia Interactive’

DoomZ offers a more retro route to surviving in Chenarus

by Sai Mealingon 17/09/2014
Although DayZ Standalone has managed to secure a place Steam’s top 10 sales chart almost consistently since it’s release last Christmas, complaints about the ongoing poor optimization and bugs never seem to be far away. Any criticism is quickly met with the usual ‘this is an Alpha product’ arguments from Bohemia Interactive’s community managers and producers but after months […]

Rust and DayZ: Two online worlds where almost anything goes and nobody can be trusted

by Sai Mealingon 01/02/2014
For a Christmas season that saw the release of two new consoles, last October to November’s release line-up seemed remarkably lacklustre. With the possible exceptions of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Battlefield 4, most of the major AAA releases arrived without much fanfare and quite a few reviewed far worse than anybody really would have […]

DayZ Standalone: Days of Disappointment

by Callum Tyndallon 28/12/2013
DayZ is, quite frankly, an incredible game. Set in the fictional post-Soviet state of Chernarus, though now expanded to many other locations each with their own distinct characteristics, it sees the player take the role of a character in the massively multiplayer environment of a zombie apocalypse. The world has gone to ruin, racked by […]