This week Billy was a bit of a flake on the Time Waster, but he promises that he was still doing some that involves gaming this week. It’s D&D!
Lust for Darkness lives up to its namesake, blending intense sexual themes with Lovecraftian horror. It pulls no punches, but while at times can be jarring and certainly uncomfortable, the game never feels unreasonably gratuitous or insulting to the player.
This week Billy is checking out a puzzle platforming game called Colorblind – An Eye for An Eye, and it looks to be a good one.
Smoke and Sacrifice is a game with a lot of potential, a unique world and interesting gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately, it also has some of the biggest bugs and technical flaws that we have ever experienced in a supposedly complete Nintendo Switch title.
This week Billy is checking out a game about selling loot found inside dungeons. No, it isn’t Moonlighter again. This game is called Soul Sword.
This week’s Time Waster is a game called Lost Sea that challenges players with traversing a series of islands after a plane wreck strands them in the Bermuda Triangle.
Murderous Pursuits is one of those titles where players move around a giant party and pretend to be harmless non-player characters, while secretly hunting other real players in a deadly game of tag. But a few questionable, unbalanced skills and a lack of players serves to obscure some of the fun at this soiree.
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.
Extinction puts players in the role of a roguish hero trying to defend his homeland against a hoard of ravenous, giant monsters. He does this by climbing up their bodies and crushing their heads. It’s all very Attack on Titan-eske, but pretty fun for an RPG with a twist.
Masters of Anima is an odd duck of a game. Perhaps best described as a mixture of Diablo and Pikmin, it certainly hits the quirky factor head on. But whether or not you will actually have fun with it is another question.