by Kevin Mitchell on August 15, 2017
Fantastic Contraption loses some of its charm with the lack of room-scale functionality, but the game is still enjoyable.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 12, 2017
For the price of a cup of coffee, CastleSteps provides a 15-minute amusement park quality ride through two separate haunted locations.
by Kevin Mitchell on August 10, 2017
Superhot VR is one of the most unique shooters on the market and is without a doubt a must-have VR experience.
by Marcus Jones on August 1, 2017
Galaxy of Pen & Paper seeks to bring players back to the experience of table top gaming in a pixelated, sci-fi world.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 28, 2017
Black The Fall’s uniquely varied puzzles are what kept me playing from start to finish.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 24, 2017
Adding action RPG elements, such as stat bonuses, and loot that can be equipped transforms Drafting Lands into a unique experience.
by Marcus Jones on July 20, 2017
Dead by Daylight continues to expand its offerings with the release of the new Spark of Madness DLC pack.
by Marcus Jones on July 19, 2017
Dead by Daylight thrusts players into either survivor or killer roles as they either work together or die one by one.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 19, 2017
Dungeon Defenders II is a vast improvement over the previous game, even with its move to a free-to-play model.
by Marcus Jones on July 13, 2017
Kenshi is a game that offers players total freedom in a massive open world, survival RPG.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 29, 2017
Perception is a unique and is downright frightening at times with a well-written narrative.
by Marcus Jones on June 21, 2017
Lacuna Passage is a survival game set up on the barren surface of Mars.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 21, 2017
Nex Machina marks a milestone for Housemarque, being the first title in company history to be both developed and published in-house.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 25, 2017
There is no other way to say it, but RiME certainly surprised me, in its narrative approach, environmental puzzles and stunning visuals.
by Marcus Jones on May 25, 2017
Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada follows Yukimura and family across feudal Japan in this new Samurai Warriors game.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 18, 2017
Narcosis feels designed for VR, and as such, it’s a relatively short experience, but has an intriguing premise and narrative set pieces.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 15, 2017
The Surge is without a doubt one of the best Souls-like titles to be released, featuring an engagement combat system.
by Mike de Leon on May 14, 2017
Super Rude Bear Resurrection continues the legacy of the game’s that came before it, adding mechanics that makes the game more accessible.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 9, 2017
NBA Playgrounds feels straight out of the 90s arcade scene, with crazy maneuvers, and fast-paced two-on-two NBA action.
by Marcus Jones on May 4, 2017
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 has some good moments when you focus on the sniping aspect set in the open world environment.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 27, 2017
Telltale games are all about narrative choices and living with the consequences, and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is no different.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 26, 2017
NeuroVoider is an addicting twin-stick shooter, with plenty of replay value if you have friends or family that enjoy local multiplayer.
by Marcus Jones on April 26, 2017
Voodoo Vince Remastered returns to the classic 2003 title in spirit with completely overhauled graphics.
by Mike de Leon on April 19, 2017
Samir Rebib’s journey of seeing his childhood creation come to life as an action RPG has to be a dream come true.