Movies based on videogames have a checkered history, but Hitman Agent 47, the second attempt at a Hitman-based movie, really tries to pay homage to the game even as it presents a somewhat typical Hollywood action flick.
Our local Time Waster is battling it out on the Surface of a cube world in Cubixx HD and he’s very interested in this PS3 game that has finally made its way to the PC.
In The Westport Independent, players take on the role of a newspaper editor in a fictional country around 1949. A war has just ended. The government wants to censor newspapers. Rebels are blowing stuff up. Reporters are divided. Can one editor keep it together?
Crashlands is an amazing game that seamlessly combines crafting and action RPGs in such a way that fans of both genres are going to be in heaven when playing. Simple controls and deep playability rounds out this bright picture.
What a Halo experience! If you like byzantine politics matched with a mystery set in the Halo universe, then author Troy Denning has got a wild ride for you with Halo: Last Light. This one is a real page turner, in the best possible way.
Players who enjoy rewarding combat systems and progression with a strong focus on exploration will more than likely love Xenoblade Chronicles X, the latest in this series to hit the Nintendo Wii U as an exclusive adventure on that console.
Time Waster Billy has finally found his smartphone, just seconds before it was going to be destroyed by the insidious washing machine. Rearmed, he loads up the mobile game Bouncy Polygon for some fun with shapes of all sizes, well, specific geometric shapes anyway.
Going old school with your RPGs can be fascinating with Swords and Sorcery: Underworld, especially if you enjoyed the classic Wizardry series. Unfortunately, the game still crashes quite a bit under Windows 10, so it’s a bit of a rocky marriage between new and old.
The Ghost Hunter Mystery Series rolls on with Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun. Michael is greatly enjoying the series. Come see if busting will make you feel good too.
Echoes Of Aetheria is an RPG that was made with the RPG Maker tools by developer Dancing Dragon Games. While most RPG Maker-based games are okay at best, Echoes Of Aetheria breaks the mold to turn in a solid and fun performance.