One of the most explosive, quirky, unforgiving and fun rogue-like games to come out in a long time, Death Road to Canada combines text adventure dilemmas with pixel graphics action sequences, wrapped in a crazy world filled with death, zombies and Canadians.
The new Utomik gaming service offers unlimited play with any titles on their platform for a few dollars a month. We dive into the beta to see if this new method of providing games is going to make a big splash with gamers in a crowded field.
Splashing into the deep, unforgiving oceans of Subnautica is a survival gamer’s dream, as the game features just the right mix of exploration, crafting, danger and alien fish fries to keep players happy and invested in this one for a very long time. Dive right into this unique masterpiece.
You can think of ChromaGun as a deep puzzle game with a great physics engine backing it. Or, you could consider it a clone of Portal with a few added and colorful features. Both descriptions would be correct.
Epic is too tiny a word to describe the new Monster Hunter World game, now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. There are at least 80 hours of tracking, hunting and fighting monsters ready for players, spread across a massive world that is as deadly as it is beautiful.
Spellforce 3 continues the excellent marriage of real-time strategy and role-playing game that the series is widely known for. Only now, the graphics are incredibly beautiful as you work to conquer this engaging fantasy world by brute force or clever tactics.
An innovative platformer game for the Nintendo Switch and other consoles, Splasher will have players doing all the running and jumping they might expect, but with the addition of a cool water gun to both defend themselves and manipulate the environment.
Who knew that a thousand-year-old game could make such a new splash? Chess Ultra for the Nintendo Switch plays well, and provides some of the most eye-popping backdrops for a game of chess ever created. Plus, it works great when played on a television or the portable Switch screen.
With a deep and heavy emphasis on combat, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is similar in structure to the original Wii game than the more exploration-heavy Chronicles X. Those that love the constant-combat mechanic of traditional JRPG games will find a lot to love.
Although little changed from the 2011 version of the game, tackling the gritty world of LA Noire on the Switch is just as interesting as before, with a few extras like using the touchscreen to investigate crime scenes and playing on the go.