Wasteland 2 finally follows in the irradiated footsteps of its 1998 ancestor. It offers a fantastic role-playing experience that will delight its predecessor’s fans and new players alike.
This week’s book review is Soul Shift, a novel inspired by anime, yet expressed using only words. How can such a concept actually work, or is it even possible? We find out.
Every Wii U owner should be happy to add Hyrule Warriors to their collection. It mixes gameplay from several favorites including Zelda and Dynasty Warriors to form a unique combat-intensive battler.
Welcome Time Wasters! I was into yet another deep game this week with Abyss (Deep game. Abyss. Chasm. Yeah, I’m not as funny as I think I am.), a browser-based game that puts players in the role of a bird in a volcano. There’s not much in the way of story to Abyss. A small opening cutscene shows several birds sitting around an open hole in the ground and one of them jumping in. It’s not established why the birds jumped into the hole, but it turns out to be a volcano. It would be way too easy to just fly […]
Tales of Xillia 2 kicks off where its predecessor ended, answering a bunch of leftover questions from the original game while adding quite a few more in this time-twisting and dimensional jumping adventure.
Fans of Mega Man (who isn’t) will love Azure Striker Gunvolt, a solid action-platformer that comes bundled with Mighty Gunvolt on the 3DS, providing hours of action-packed and beautiful platforming gameplay.
Welcome Time Wasters! This week I checked out an early version of a game called Chasm. Chasm is a Kickstarter game that has been successfully funded and is now available for pre-order. Chasm puts players in the role of a weary warrior that is making his way home. On his journey, he reaches a small mining town that has run into a unique problem; they can’t leave the town and all the miners are missing. The miner chief enlists the help of the warrior to figure out what is going on in the mines and put it right. Chasm is a […]
One of the most unique shooter wargames to come out in years, the free to play Heroes & Generals lets you become a master of either tactics or strategy. Play as a general leading others, or take to the field as a career soldier in a variety of fields like infantry scouts, tank drivers and pilots.
Bio Inc. is germ warfare on a very personal level, as you are tasked with killing a variety of people using various viruses and diseases. It’s actually pretty disturbing, but also fun. And it may just teach players a thing or two about staying healthy.
King’s Bounty: Dark Side takes puts us into the magical boots of some of the more traditional villains from the game world in a campaign to defeat those pesky good heroes. With new units, powers and a gargantuan world to explore, you may find that it’s good being bad.