Captain Picard and the Enterprise-E are in for some dimensional shifting in the riveting Star Trek: The Next Generation: Headlong Flight novel. This is classic sci-fi with Star Trek Next Generation action and storytelling at its best.
Filled with political intrigue and deep dialog, Treachery’s Tools is a fine read for those who prefer a more cerebral fantasy story. It’s also the tenth book in the series, so you may want to go back and read the originals to get full enjoyment here.
A Canadian boy named Lucas learns of an Alien invasion from an alternative universe by a crazy scientist. It is up to him to save the cubic world with only grappling hooks to destroy the giant bouncy alien heads. A 2D platform game, Spheroids is a lot of bizarre sci-fi fun.
This week Billy is switching gears from Time Wasting to checking out an alpha version of a new Mega Man X-inspired game called Android Hunter A.
For Honor, with its crazy samurai versus knights versus Vikings combat has got a lot of people talking. We dusted off our longswords, katanas and axes to jump into the recent beta and discover how this unique Ubisoft title was coming along.
Now that the episodic HITMAN game is available on a single disk, we thought we would re-release the review we did of the entire series. The final episode concluded with an epic final level in Hokkaido, Japan that seemed like something out of a James Bond movie. But now gamers can pick up all six of them in one swoop. Should they?
Play as the Space Wolves and battle the Ork armies in Warhammer 40K: Sanctus Reach. Defend and take back Sanctus Reach and Alaric from the Orks with chainsaws, ballistics, flamethrowers, and grenades. Come and rally the troops in this fun and fantastic 3D turn based strategy game.
Star Trek: Prey: Book 1: Hell’s Heart begins a Star Trek Next generation trilogy. It’s action-packed and has a great story, making it a must read for Star Trek fans, particularly those partial to Klingons.
Desdaemona is the first entry in a new urban fantasy series. It offers an interesting environment and some scary scenes, but hasn’t yet found a way to break out of an increasingly crowded genre. Then again, perhaps it’s just getting started.
Beholder tells the tale of a society whose paranoid government has gone out of control. As an appointed snitch and landlord, you must spy on and report your neighbors for every minor infraction, or find a way to somehow walk a different path.