The focus with new strategy title A Druid’s Duel on capturing tiles and formulating a territory, rather than simply routing the enemy, is a pretty interesting concept and, most of all, is quite fun.
Roche Fusion is an old school style arcade shooter, sometimes called a SHUMP, that does just about everything right for those that love this genre. It’s extremely approachable, easy to play, and highly addictive.
Hero of the Kingdom II is an incredibly simple and addictive, game that combines multiple genres and elements from RPGs to point and click adventures. And it’s also very inexpensive.
We review The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, which picks up after The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time as the child hero Link embarks on a journey to find a lost friend. Is this one a must-have for 3DS owners?
While the multiplayer action might be enjoyed by some, most players will likely lament the lack of a single player mode, story or any real depth when playing Evolve.
Space Hulk Ascension offers some amazing turn-based gameplay that is as brutal as it is tactical. Strategic players will find a lot to love here.
This week we take a look at Gear Up from Doctor Entertainment, a free to play game on the PC that packs a surprising amount of destructive fun into a small, multiplayer package.
Dying Light combines parkour running, hardcore crafting and massive numbers of brutal undead to try and revolutionize zombie-based videogames. Does it add new life to a dying genre?
Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords is the second episode in what is turning out to be another amazing Telltale Games series. This time we get to set foot across the narrow sea and high up on The Wall as the series keeps getting better.
Decay: The Mare brings the Decay series finally brings its surreal vision of horror onto Steam, marking it as another game in a long line of great indie horror titles.