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 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.
by Marcus Jones on April 18, 2017
Mass Effect: Andromeda brings players to the all new Andromeda series, full of new mysteries and enemies.
by Mike de Leon on April 11, 2017
Yooka-Laylee is a return to the collect-a-thon games that were great back in the day, but many of the game’s mechanics feel archaic today.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 10, 2017
Snake Pass is a highly enjoyable and charming puzzle-platformer full of character.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 30, 2017
Too often in Rain World, death does not feel warranted, as the ruthless creatures make any attempt to advance truly punishing.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 29, 2017
Although V7 Entertainment may improve the experience and I do enjoy the visual look to the game, Old Time Hockey does not play well.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 28, 2017
Manage your pool of police officers, and walk the thin line of doing what is right, and what will make you rich.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 24, 2017
Human Resource Machine may be light on story elements, but the programming gameplay is where the game shines.
by Mike de Leon on March 21, 2017
theHunter: The Call of the Wild is the latest in a long line of hunting games that harken back to man's earliest interactions with animals
by Kevin Mitchell on March 20, 2017
World of Goo is one of the best indie games the year it initially released and has aged incredibly well.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 17, 2017
The reliance on trial and error gameplay does a disservice to the disturbing setting that 2Dark creates.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 6, 2017
Ubisoft's gamble on transitioning Ghost Recon: Wildlands to an open world sandbox has been a nonstop enjoyable thrill ride.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 28, 2017
The rich narrative and quest design in Torment: Tides of Numenera makes it a suitable spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 23, 2017
Seeing your faction losing a territory is a strong incentive to place additional war assets, requiring you to play one more match.
by Marcus Jones on February 21, 2017
Berserk and the Band of the Hawk finds hero Guts attempting to hack his way through enemies both human and demon alike.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 6, 2017
At the end of the day, Double Dragon IV feeds off the nostalgia of those that spent their youth playing the NES classic titles.
by Mike de Leon on January 30, 2017
Ratloop Asia has rewritten the formula for Rocketbirds with modern game mechanics and responsive controls in Rocketbirds 2: Evolution.
by Kevin Mitchell on January 12, 2017
Rise & Shine is an enjoyable side-scrolling game that perfectly blends run and gun gameplay with puzzle elements that make you think.