Its arcade action this week as we review the brand new Pix the Cat game for the PC and PlayStation. Warning: disco ducks, crazy cats and tons of twitch-based gameplay lies ahead!
Welcome Time Wasters! This week I’m returning to one of my favorite series that I’ve reviewed as part of this Time Waster gig, The Last Door. Except that this time around, I’m looking at The Last Door – Collector’s Edition on Steam. If you’ve never read any of my reviews for Season One of The Last Door, here they are. Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Alright, now that you’re up-to-date I can start talking about The Last Door – Collector’s Edition. The Last Door – Collector’s Edition takes the first four chapters of the series and puts them … Continue reading Returning With The Last Door – Collector’s Edition
The GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 headset for the PC has the ability to generate true rumble effects for those dynamic moments in games, and can also hang with professional gear for business applications.
The Long Dark is a beautiful game that challenges players to try and survive alone in the Canadian wilderness where your primary enemies will be the cold, starvation and wolves.
This week our Time Waster checks out Boid, an Early Access game on Steam all about underwater RTS with minuscule creatures. This one is more than worth the price of admission already, and should only get better.
Avernum 2: Crystal Souls is the remake of Exile 2 from way back 1996. It has the same deep role-playing gameplay as the original, but is now wrapped in a shiny new shell ready for modern systems.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel doesn’t do anything to revolutionize the series, instead opting to make smaller improvements and innovations. It’s not Borderlands 3, but a fun game nonetheless, and a fitting sendoff to the older PS3 and Xbox 360 hardware.
This week our Time Waster is drawn in by Nintendo to take a look at the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate demo. What are his thoughts on the upcoming game?
Never Alone is an adventure game that puts the culture of the Alaskan native people at its heart. It may not be perfect, but it’s an important and charming game that we think people will enjoy playing.
Dead State challenges players to keep a small band of survivors together during the zombie apocalypse with a unique blend of turn-based combat and role-playing strategy.