Cross of the Dutchman tells the story of Pier Donia in his single man’s guerrilla warfare quest against an impossibly large invading army. And it tells it in a very bloody, beat-em-up kind of way that can be addicting if you are in the right frame of mind to play.
Michael got a copy of the latest entry in the Tales of series a few weeks ago and he’s finally finished his review on it. Check out what made Tales of Zestiria his favorite JRPG in years!
Our second of three reviews of the amazing Fallout 4, this one centers on the PC version, and a reviewer who was more interested in rebuilding the wasteland and helping it’s people than gunning them down. Come see how hot the fallout is for PC gamers.
Marvel has been conquering a lot of worlds lately, and with Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign, they try to put their flag into the puzzle game arena. Can the superheroes save the day?
Fallout 4 has finally exploded onto the scene. Having been granted early access, our reviewers are set with reports from the wasteland on the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. Up first, our review of Fallout 4 on the Xbox One. Are you ready to brave the wasteland one more time?
Harken back to the days of Privateer and Wing Commander 3 with the incredibly beautiful, fully-open world space exploration Elite Dangerous game. Playing on either the PC or the Xbox One is an experience not to be missed.
Fixing a lot of the little mistakes of the original, Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut really improves in all areas. It also takes the game onto consoles for the first time, where we found a surprisingly smooth interface for a game with such deep PC-only roots.
Primal Carnage: Extinction was a smash hit on the PC, but how does the online humans-versus-dinosaurs battle translate over to the console? We take a bite out of the game to try and find out.
Legends of Eisenwald is an interesting fantasy RPG with a tactical element, but it does very little to separate itself from an increasingly fun and professional pack of games in that genre. Come see if this legend is worth your steel.
Her Story is as gripping as any TV crime drama, such as The Killing, delivering plot twists and big reveals. What makes the game more astonishing though, is that Barlow has no control over when those narrative moments happen.