This week we take a look at Gear Up from Doctor Entertainment, a free to play game on the PC that packs a surprising amount of destructive fun into a small, multiplayer package.
This week our Time Waster tackles Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games. Does it live up to the first game or is it just a shallow grab for cash?
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?
Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords is the second episode in what is turning out to be another amazing Telltale Games series. This time we get to set foot across the narrow sea and high up on The Wall as the series keeps getting better.
Welcome Time Wasters! This week I searched around until I discovered a game in development called Shiny Gauntlet. The protagonist of the game is a spirit that is trying to escape a dungeon. Shiny Gauntlet is an indie game that has rouge-like elements to it. The game drops players in a randomly-generated, unlit dungeon and has them run around as different classes killing monsters and collecting loot until they reach the end. What makes Shiny Gauntlet a little different from other rougelike games is that players don’t permanently have a class. Instead, the player’s class is affected by what weapon they … Continue reading Finding a Shiny Guantlet
Decay: The Mare brings the Decay series finally brings its surreal vision of horror onto Steam, marking it as another game in a long line of great indie horror titles.
This week we look at the audiobook version of Firefight, from the always amazing author Brandon Sanderson. Is the sequel to Steelheart a feast for the eyes and ears? Michael is here to tell you the answer to that question!
Grey Goo is a modern real-time strategy game designed to be a throwback to RTS titles of yesteryear. Fun to play, easy to pickup and difficult to master, Grey Goo will have you missing the old days.
This week Billy lies and cheats his way to the top in Town of Salem. It’s a browser game that is basically a chat room with some extra features. It’s not about having the best gear, highest levels or quickest reflexes. Instead, the game rewards the players that are best at lying and keeping track of details.
This week we take a look at the brand new episodic adventure game Life is Strange that features teen angst, a time traveling heroine and plenty of beautiful graphics and gameplay. How does the first episode herald this new gaming series?