Inner Chains is a FPS horror game set in a dark, surreal, and deadly biomechanical world that resembles nothing you have ever encountered. In the world of Inner Chains, you don’t get to set the rules. You are just a small part of a hostile, unwelcoming universe. If you want to survive, the only thing you can do is to try to discover its secrets.
Beholder tells the tale of a society whose paranoid government has gone out of control. As an appointed snitch and landlord, you must spy on and report your neighbors for every minor infraction, or find a way to somehow walk a different path.
Welcoming a new generation of gamers, Square Enix’s World Of Final Fantasy is set to release in North America for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system on October 25, 2016.
Legends of Eisenwald is an interesting fantasy RPG with a tactical element, but it does very little to separate itself from an increasingly fun and professional pack of games in that genre. Come see if this legend is worth your steel.
Tormentum – Dark Sorrow takes point and click adventuring into a dark and sadistic world that may push the sanity of your average point and click players. It’s dark, deadly and eerily beautiful.
Supreme Ruler Ultimate was the Gameindustry.com Game of the Year for strategy titles. Now packed with new features, online editor Neal Sayatovich gives it a new spin. This time, he tries something really new, taking the state of Ohio for a spin. Can Ohio conquer the world?
Our reviewer circles back with Dying Light, a game he gave a nearly perfect score to. This time he takes a look at the Be the Zombie mode DLC, where you get to play a zombie against four humans. Will it be great, or DOA?
Online editor Neal Sayatovich plays This War of Mine, and shares his thoughts and feelings about a game that hits very close to home for someone whose family comes from Serbia-Croatia. Join him as he tries to survive in the game voted Best Story for 2014.
While the multiplayer action might be enjoyed by some, most players will likely lament the lack of a single player mode, story or any real depth when playing Evolve.
Dying Light combines parkour running, hardcore crafting and massive numbers of brutal undead to try and revolutionize zombie-based videogames. Does it add new life to a dying genre?