This week we circle back to The Sword Chronicles series with Child of Sorrow. Although author Michaelbrent Collings writes some depressing stories overall, the plot of this entry is just as intense and action packed as the first.
Follow the adventures of the scavenger Roughshot as he fights his way off of a mysterious starship in this destructive shooter. Rive will give players the chance to go around shooting, hacking, and looting while having fun doing it.
This week out local Time Waster is lost is a series of Caves while he plays a mobile game that goes by the same name. Can he escape, or does he even want to?
Offering the core kind of fun found in The Legend of Zelda, but without the truly amazing parts that make that title a legend, is the best way to describe the nostalgically fun, but ultimately uninspiring, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas.
Weird is the word in the anti-adventure game Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor. There is a lot here, though depending on your tastes, that could be either great or terrible – or both! It’s unique if nothing else.
You would think that having the nice dragon, Julius, take control of his clan from his evil mother would be riveting, but Book Three of the Heartstrikers series is a bit of a downturn for the series. Still good, but we know it could be better.
Starspawn makes for an effective mixture of horror mixed with sword and sorcery. The elements of one reinforce the other well here, so fans of either genre should give it a try.
Pook is back with a video review of Dragonball XenoVerse 2. This time, he is doing all kinds of storyline quests, and being cheered (and sometimes jeered) by a special guest – Ms. Pook! Can a family that plays together conquer this anime-themed world?
If you want comfort and quality sound for long hours of gaming, recording or just watching a film, then you can’t go wrong with the Sennheiser GSP 350 headset.
Billy turned to his smartphone this week for the Time Waster and he discovered a neat game called Beat Stomper that isn’t rhythm based.