Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is a hack and slash adventure game that features all female protagonists and an extended quest to rid the world of bloodthirsty zombies. Players should really enjoy its anime-style combat, role-playing elements and awesome unlocks.
While Voxel art styles are a dime a dozen, The Kindred manages to set itself apart with its sim-survival elements, beautiful world and a high ceiling for growth. It may still be in Steam Early Access, but The Kindred shows exceptional progress and offers a high level of fun even now.
Star Trek Online already has an incredible universe, game and story. But it just got better, especially for longtime fans with the Agents of Yesterday expansion that takes players through time to the original series. Boldly go into the classic past this week as we check it out.
A walking simulator in the vein of P.T. and The Stanley Parable, Asemblance is a trip that is deep in thought and feeling, but short in actual doing. Give this creepy thriller a try if you dare, but know going in that only the developers have been able to find the most complete ending to the story.
This week we get wasted for a game review, well, at least we get into Wasted: A Post-Apocalyptic Pub Crawler. Wasted has a Borderlands type of look and feel, minus the plot and cool characters. But, for a summer fling type of game, its surprisingly fun.
While the PC may be filled with excellent turn-based strategy games, they are far fewer for consoles. Battle Worlds: Kronos attempts to fill that void with a game that is completely unforgiving, yet rewarding for commanders who put in the effort.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s a game that feels like Mirror’s Edge and Dying Light without all the bits that make those games exciting. Welkin Road is an early access title that feels too much like a tech demo despite all the high-flying.
Before we knew about the pending Nuka World DLC, Fallout 4’s Far Harbor was to be the crown jewel of the extra adventures accompanying the core game. We strapped on our fishing hats and headed up to Maine to explore this new world and its accompanying radioactive quests.
Kyoto Colorful Days is an amazing anime-themed game where all the characters speak with the Kyoto dialect. It even teaches players both the Kyoto and Tokyo dialects. It’s a great way of learing about new culture while also experiencing a really good story.
This week we take a look at Plantera, a beautiful piece of art that might also qualify as a video game, though we think that for Plantera, it may take the Casual genre a bit too far, removing the player form the equation all together.