We are taking a look at Kingdom: New Lands this week, a new side scrolling strategy game from developer Noio and publisher Raw Fury. You read that right, it’s a side scrolling strategy game. While that might seem odd, the simple controls conceal a bevy of interesting and deadly strategic choices.
Based on the classic sci-fi television series, but set before the show during the first Cylon War, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock lets armchair admirals build and command the entire Colonial Fleet in stunning 3D tactical space combat.
With 2017 wrapped up, we wanted to take a few moments to dream about some of the titles that have been promised to gamers in 2018. Surely not all of them will live up to their hype, but if at least some do, it will be a great year filled with unbelievable gaming goodness.
Avalon Hill released the highly-anticipated Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate, a new board game based on the award-winning Betrayal at House on the Hill. We get a group of players together and tackle the game for the very first time.
Bomber Crew is the latest game from developer Runner Duck that puts you in control of bomber crew members at the outset of World War II. We take to the skies in the Gameindustry.com Lancaster Bomber with a secret weapon – we’ve painted the plane in brilliant rainbow colors!
While the original was interesting, The Evil Within 2 is truly a next-generation survival horror adventure. Gameplay is an awesome mix of exploration, stealth, combat and frights, set in both claustrophobic mazes and nearly open-world, monster-infested towns. The world will thrill you, if you dare to enter.
Cuphead is a brilliant indie title that has taken the gaming world by storm, but it’s also designed to be extremely difficult and packed with unforgiving, old school boss battles. Find out in our review if Cuphead is your cup of tea, or just another porcelain poser.
Explore a dystopian world in which technology has advanced well-past our collective humanity in Observer, a clever cyberpunk and sci-fi adventure starring Blade Runner’s Rutger Hauer, and just about every human vice you can imagine.
As gamers, we love to complain about developers and publishers when they screw up, or when they turn seemingly tone deaf to our requests and demands. But sometimes, they get it wonderfully correct. Here are three recent examples of smart efforts to do great games right.
Having found the medicine for our injured friend, the next part was so simple. Head south along the broken tracks and deliver the life-saving prize. But in The Long Dark, nothing is easy. Three blizards and five wolf packs swept in to bar the way.