This week Billy is diving back into smartphone gaming with a new entry in the Tales series called Tales of Link. Does it match up to its bigger siblings?
Launching into the popular action and shooter-oriented MMO genre, Tom Clancy’s The Division has the superb combat, beautiful environments, cool loot and a unique Dark Zone mode to keep it fun and relevant for a very long time.
Novelizations of videogames have been hit or miss, but Cam Rogers’ Quantum Break book grabs readers from the first page and never let’s go until the exciting conclusion. If only all videogame novels were this good.
Telling a human story without any humans is always a difficult concept, but developer ColdWood does just that with Unravel, a game where you have to use the limited fabric of your character’s yarn body to traverse a gorgeously rendered world.
Billy is back again this week with an updated version of PolyRace, and he’s glad to say that he now has a proper experience with the game. Race on in and find out how fast a game of PolyRace on one of its millions of tracks actually goes.
People who enjoy imbibing on the paranormal will find much of what they enjoy here in this snowy somewhat-true horror story set in the Ural Mountains. Casual fans, however, are unlikely to be converted to Kholat’s specific idea of play, especially given its serious imperfections.
The role-playing world of Pathfinder is the setting for Pathfinder Tales: Pirates Prophecy, a high-seas adventure novel filled with intrigue, evil plots and gratuitous swashbuckling. Come experience the hiss of foam, the creak of wood and the occasional flap of canvas in this seafaring tale.
Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation is the amazing final title that completes the three-course Fire Emblem Fates series. Revelation ends things with a satisfying bang, though you should probably go back and finish both Birthright and Conquest first for maximum enjoyment here.
Billy wanted to play a great Time Waster this week, but instead he got PolyRace and he’s not exactly happy with how he spent his time gaming this week.
Released for the first time in episodic format, Agent 47 returns in HITMAN, a single player assassination game with strong online support. New levels will be available monthly for about $10 each, but to kick things off, we head to the Paris fashion show for some really big hits.