Cooking Witch finds you playing the bad guy role, as you need to use children as ingredients for your potions. This of course upsets the local peasantry, who will call out the militia to hunt you down. As a budget title, Cooking Witch is a fun diversion.
We dive into the console version of the Destiny 2 beta, with the PC version coming in August. For the most part the game looks great and plays smoothly, though it’s very similar to the original. It’s worth a shot if like the sci-fi shooter and MMO mix.
This week Billy is checking out a platformer called Super Cat Bros. that tries its best to emulate a SNES-era game, but does it succeed?
Diablo III may be a five-year-old game, but Blizzard is still supporting it with brand new content, including the just-released Necromancer class DLC. If you stopped playing Diablo III, now is the time to jump back in. The Necromancer is amazing.
Battle against the forces of emperor Helios in your very own customized mechanized steampunk battle suit in the turn based RPG game Acaratus. Use cards to boost mech abilities on the battlefield as you gain new allies in a medieval setting. Come follow Adina and win back the people from Helios.
It’s time for haunted fun with Graveyard Shift, a debut novel from Michael Haspil featuring an ancient mummy and a Roman vampire working as vice cops, keeping their city safe from other undead and hordes of evil monsters.
Plenty of heroic battles and supreme storytelling await players in the Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood expansion. Each new area slowly builds tension and atmosphere, until finally presenting the epic final battle at the end of the 4.0 storyline.
This week our Time Waster is hanging out with the gang from Peanuts in the new match-three mobile game called Snoopy Pop.
It’s a post-apocalyptic world and you are a survivor. But to stay alive, you must build a worthy road warrior vehicle to destroy everyone that stands in your way. This is Crossout, a brand new vehicle-based MMO that is already attracting millions of players. We dive into the beta to put a little rubber on the road, and some punks to the curve.
One of the most unusual games we’ve played in a while, Super Rude Bear Resurrection challenges a bear from East London to use speed, stamina, and piles and piles of his own corpses to escape challenging platformer levels.