Set twenty years after a mysterious incident, you are trapped by a mad scientist at Crowswood Medical University and forced to solve puzzles to escape. The Crow’s Eye is a first person horror mystery that will keep players challenged with its creative puzzles, bizarre rooms, and the deep the mystery of Crowswood.
We rode with the sometimes-crooked cops of Freeburg when This is the Police first came out through Steam on the PC. Flushed with success there, it now moves to consoles. So, we polished up those badges for another patrol.
The legacy created by LucasArts has stretched farther than any hyperspace drive could ever go. Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is one of those games. We played it, and it’s completely awesome.
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs is an expanded port of Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters from 2015. Like before, the game plays like a visual novel with extremely fun gameplay elements added to the campy yet confident, enjoyable mix.
While The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is doing great overall, episode three, Above the Law, is a bit of low point in the series. It’s one of those transitional episodes where not much happens other than setting us up for future adventures.
An RPG and turn based strategy game, The Great Whale Road is the story of a Viking Jarl and his warband as they winter in Ulfarrsted and go on raids and quests each summer. Explore the history and culture of the European Dark Ages and battle many enemies in this fun tabletop adventure.
After a five-year wait, Mass Effect: Andromeda just about meets expectations, without exceeding them. It’s a fair Mass Effect game, as opposed to a great one. But there is plenty to do and see in this new galaxy, making the new series more than worth the trip.
The Road to Boruto DLC for the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 game adds some new areas and gameplay events taken right from the popular Boruto Movie. It’s a nice addition to the core title, but probably only really interesting for core fans of the series.
If you are looking for a cool way to experience your new Nintendo Switch, then Skylanders: Imaginators is a great title that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, adults or kids. And the innovative design of the Switch even helps to enhance the gameplay, so let’s get switching.
Although loosely based on the classic Planescape RPG, Torment: Tides of Numenera weaves its own unique narrative. It’s most like a pen and paper RPG as you explore fantastic worlds populated by strange characters. For deep RPGing, it doesn’t get much better than this.