Giant Machines 2017 puts you behind the wheel of some of the biggest vehicles ever created by mankind. The problem is that, as in real life, these things move very, very slowly – so that initial gargantuan-fueled excitement may run out of gas pretty quickly.
Fan-favorite The Walking Dead had a bit of a stumble on the videogame side with a mixed Season Two story. But now they are back with The Walking Dead Season 3: The New Frontier, and so is the magic!
Just as great as the original 2010 title, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition also offers a rich ride-along with one of the badass horseman of the apocalypse. The remastered version brings better graphics and few new features to the front for an even better hardcore slasher.
Offering the core kind of fun found in The Legend of Zelda, but without the truly amazing parts that make that title a legend, is the best way to describe the nostalgically fun, but ultimately uninspiring, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas.
Weird is the word in the anti-adventure game Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor. There is a lot here, though depending on your tastes, that could be either great or terrible – or both! It’s unique if nothing else.
Slodak Entertainment brought parts of its previous games, Depths of Peril, Drox Operative and Din’s Curse, together to form the zombie-centered action RPG Zombasite. For those who love this type of game, Zombasite offers a lot to sink your teeth into.
If you are looking for one of the most amazing indie games to come out in years, cast your eye towards The Curious Expedition, a sort of a marriage of Scavenger Hunt and Oregon Trail. Get a ticket for this grand adventure!
Playing as an electric alien trying to restore power to a darkened town succumbing to chaos, you may just fall in love with TurnOn, a quirky and illuminating platformer.
We waited for the first mega patch to finish before reviewing the hard-boiled dungeon crawler Necropolis from Harebrained Schemes. This is one brutal action RPG in the vein of Dark Souls, and not for the faint of heart.
Quality and comfort are two defining features of HyperX’s new Cloud Revolver headset. Perfect for eSports gamers looking for an edge or regular players craving a more immersive experience, loading up the Revolver is a great choice.