by Kevin Mitchell on March 16, 2018
The Council - Episode 1: The Mad Ones perfectly sets the tone for the remaining episodes, crafting an enthralling narrative.
by Marcus Jones on March 7, 2018
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine brings you back to the early American tradition of hitchhiking and storytelling
by Kevin Mitchell on February 27, 2018
Payday 2 has a ton of content, adding many pieces that were added to the PC version since the original release.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 7, 2018
As an arcade-style VR shooter, Shooty Fruity is engaging and fun, but only in short bursts.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 1, 2018
The journey towards the light is something everyone can relate to, and the game is framed like an enjoyable fairy tale come to life.
by Marcus Jones on January 24, 2018
Hyper Universe offers a unique MOBA experience with a giant list of anime-styled Hypers to choose from
by Kevin Mitchell on January 22, 2018
Dreadnought’s gameplay is such a powerful experience, and it is a shame that the current population on PS4 is not what the game deserves.
by Marcus Jones on January 16, 2018
Post Human W.A.R. approaches RTS in a different way, showing the result of humanity's impact upon the world.
by Marcus Jones on December 17, 2017
Spellforce 3 is an interest mixture of RTS and RPG with an epic fantasy story to tell.
by Kevin Mitchell on December 4, 2017
Black Mirror attempts to bring a horror-themed adventure game to a new audience but is hampered by glaring technical setbacks.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 22, 2017
Hand of Fate 2 is truly a unique take on the role-playing genre, with randomly designed dungeons based on the cards within your deck.
by Marcus Jones on November 10, 2017
A Hat in Time follows a young girl on a mission to repair her ship with magical hourglasses and even more magical hats.
by Marcus Jones on November 8, 2017
ELEX aims for admittedly high goals that are worth aspiring to, but it seemed to have forgotten some key things along the way.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 8, 2017
Super Beat Sports shows Harmonix can still lead the way in innovation with rhythm-based titles with a colorful and charming spin.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 1, 2017
The Jackbox Party Pack 4 once again shows that innovation can still occur after years of releasing the same type of product.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 17, 2017
The Evil Within 2 outperforms its predecessor in every way, keeping the tense atmospheric gameplay the series is known for.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 16, 2017
RAID: World War II failed to capture the magic that makes the Payday franchise so popular.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 11, 2017
Bloody Zombies is an enjoyable old-school cooperative brawler with modern conveniences, supporting VR and traditional 2D gameplay options.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 8, 2017
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is an insanely good title with classic role-playing game mechanics.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 6, 2017
Tokyo Dark blends side-scrolling point and click gameplay with the deep narrative focus that you would expect from a visual novel.
by Marcus Jones on October 4, 2017
Observer is a dark, dystopian adventure game set in 2084 Poland. You aim to solve a series of grisly murders in a world of dark technology.
by Marcus Jones on October 2, 2017
Solstice Chronicles MIA pits you as the last marine surviving against waves of mutants and creatures on the surface of Mars
by Kevin Mitchell on October 2, 2017
Hob is a beautiful puzzle action adventure game with an enjoyable sense of discovery.
by Marcus Jones on September 24, 2017
Fictorum is a story of a mage's revenge. Along the way, you get to blow up everything, and I do mean everything.