This week out Time Waster is a little under the weather, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying his time with a rhythm game called Melody’s Escape.
The latest remake of DOOM has come to play, and it’s one wild ride, offering a blistering ten-hour single player campaign plus thousands of hellish snapmaps created by players using the new creation tools. Grab your BFG, because DOOM is a BFD.
Young readers who enjoy Minecraft will also love The Rise of Herobrine, a fun adventure story with strong themes of friendship, family and redemption. This one would also make a great classroom reader.
Take one mage with practically unlimited power, add in a deep spell crafting engine so that players can do almost whatever they want, toss them at hordes of enemies and you will find Lichdom: Battlemage, a unique action RPG and shooter blend that has finally landed on consoles.
This week out time Waster turned to his trusty smartphone companion to experience a turn-based puzzle game called Rust Bucket.
Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is the first title from Kiro’o Games, the first game studio of Central Africa. And it’s a good one. This action adventure role-playing fantasy takes place on a faraway planet, but is dripping with references and an art style from African cultures.
Michael’s back with something special for this week’s Book Review, he’s reviewed a book that isn’t even out yet! It’s The Seascape Tattoo by Larry Niven!
Indie title Candlelight stumbles a tiny bit in its delivery, but most platforming and casual game fans will enjoy themselves far too much to care in this delightfully presented, suitable-for-all-ages game.
This week Billy is caught up in a game that isn’t exactly what it appears to be at first, and its name is Frog Fractions!
The Banner Saga 2 picks up where the first game ended. Happily, for those who haven’t played the first game, you can jump right in with the sequel, thanks to a handy animated synopsis of the first saga. However, you’ll get more out of the story if you play from the first one, as , much like BioWare games, such as Mass Effect, your choices from the first game impact on how things go in the next. The Banner Saga 2 does let you choose your starting character, regardless of your previous ending, which I really liked. First, Stoic has listened … Continue reading Beautiful Storybook Battles With Banner Saga 2