(Read on to find out how to win yourself a free copy of The Final Station!) The Final Station was a pretty good game. Sure, it had it’s fair share of downsides to go with that. Namely the slightly wonky, confusing translation. But it stood up well on its own. So you can imagine how surprised I was to find that there was a DLC campaign to go... Read More | Share it now!
Genre: Action, Indie, Racing, Simulation, Sports Developer: Zordix AB Publisher: Zordix AB Release Date: Apr 11, 2017 Snow Moto Racing Freedom is a snowmobile racing game for the PC by Zordix AB. And it is terrible. It says something about a game where I can write an accurate, truthful review after playing it for less than 15 minutes. Snow Moto... Read More | Share it now!
Title: Lil Tanks Genre: Action, Indie Developer: Lead Money Games Publisher: Lead Money Games Release Date: Apr 4, 2017 Lil Tanks is a sidescrolling Shmup by Lead Money Games. Games in the genre tend to break in one direction or another. Short and sweet (and difficult), or they use their gameplay as part of a means of getting stronger (sort of a... Read More | Share it now!
2Dark comes from the mind of the creator of the original Alone in the Dark series. This should give you some idea of what players have in store for themselves, but much like that classic series, 2Dark isn’t all that scary, regardless of the fact that other outlets are “fake” freaking out about it being so. This isn’t to say... Read More | Share it now!
Developer: Ubisoft Paris Publisher: Ubisoft Platform(s): PC ,PS4, Xbox One Release: March 7, 2017 Price: $59.99 Ghost Recon: Wildlands as with so many games from Ubisoft is a gorgeous looking game. But just like so many other Ubisoft titles the game serves as more a showcase of what their developers can do and a tech demo for what is yet to come.... Read More | Share it now!
tinyBuild sure does send us a lot of stuff. Total honesty, it’s almost hard to keep up with it all. But keep up we do, and the latest is Streets of Rogue; a street fighting roguelike. If you’ve played any of the more recent roguelikes, chances are that you know the drill. In essence, you need to make it through an area in a single shot... Read More | Share it now!
Honestly, Horizon Zero Dawn had me at “hot cave girl fights giant robot dinosaurs”. Thankfully, Guerrilla Games’ first step outside the shooter genre (Shellshock, Killzone) has enough breadth, depth and and straight up fun to justify my $60 purchase based on a 5 minute video. With the skill-building and crafting systems of Far Cry,... Read More | Share it now!
Phoning Home starts off with such a fantastic premise and idea. You play as the non-verbal robot, ION who has crashed on an alien planet. Along with your talkative ships AI, you must find a way to survive this strange world and find a way to, well, phone home. You can really see Phoning Home as what would happen if you crossed Wall-E with something... Read More | Share it now!
They say you can never truly go back to your youth. That we view everything through rose-colored glasses. I think this is why the retro game revival has made so many people happy. Hell, the last two games we reviewed both callback to different times, while still being original. Double Dragon IV tries the same thing, but something about it simply... Read More | Share it now!
Booting up Poi feels like the you’re reliving the very best days of the 3D platformer era. Taking so much inspiration from games like Super Mario 64, Poi is a love letter to not only that game, but to that entire generation of gaming. While the issues that plagued many of those games back then also crop up here, everything just comes together... Read More | Share it now!