Tormentum – Dark Sorrow takes point and click adventuring into a dark and sadistic world that may push the sanity of your average point and click players. It’s dark, deadly and eerily beautiful.
The second episode of Life is Strange is out now, and brings with it new characters and a decidedly darker element to the delightful storyline. Join our reviewer as she rewinds time and tries to be kind in face of it all those new challenges.
Episode Three of Game of Thrones: The Sword in the Darkness by Telltale Games introduces some new characters, deeper mysteries and surprises. It’s the best of the series so far, and that is saying a lot given how good this series is becoming.
Our reviewer circles back with Dying Light, a game he gave a nearly perfect score to. This time he takes a look at the Be the Zombie mode DLC, where you get to play a zombie against four humans. Will it be great, or DOA?
Sierra is back with Shiftlings for consoles and the PC, a funny platformer that oozes quality at every turn. Platform players will want to jump right on this one.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse puts the franchise’s fans directly into the game with their own character, making it an enjoyable experience for huge Dragon Ball fans, and a possible gateway for newer players too.
The Mystery of Neuschwanstein is a puzzle adventure, using the famous, German castle as a backdrop for the story. The game consists of a series of logic puzzles and hidden object games, sprinkled through a mystery adventure, but dodgy voice-acting and a lack of variety lets it down.
As budget follow-up to Beyond Earth, Sid Meier’s Starships is a pretty amazing little tactical space combat simulation that is blessed with all the flavor that payers can expect from a Sid Meier simulation.
White Night is a stylish noir, survival horror, that gets so much right, but is let down by the writing. Traditional survival horror fans may be disappointed by the lack of scares in a game that’s best described as an interactive fiction or walking adventure.
The old adage says two heads are better than one. There doesn’t seem to be a well-known phrase about keeping track of two heads, though. Fortunately for the gaming world, the developers at Press Play heard all of your (complete lack of) concern for this missing proverb and came up with a plan to address it in the form of Kalimba. On the mystical island of Kalimba, an evil villain has slain a benevolent shaman and scattered the heads of an all-important totem pole. But fear not, for the shaman has realized that she can posses the totem heads and … Continue reading Kalimba Proves Two Totem Heads Are Better Than One