Our reviewer circles back with Dying Light, a game he gave a nearly perfect score to. This time he takes a look at the Be the Zombie mode DLC, where you get to play a zombie against four humans. Will it be great, or DOA?
Sierra is back with Shiftlings for consoles and the PC, a funny platformer that oozes quality at every turn. Platform players will want to jump right on this one.
Joe’s Diner is a horror adventure game from Germany that challenges players to try and survive the night shift in a haunted restaurant. Come and see if our editor can survive the night, or will he end up on the menu instead?
This week our Time Waster take some time away from his normal games to look at the Google Maps Pac-Man that was released for April Fool’s Day.
Online editor Neal Sayatovich plays This War of Mine, and shares his thoughts and feelings about a game that hits very close to home for someone whose family comes from Serbia-Croatia. Join him as he tries to survive in the game voted Best Story for 2014.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse puts the franchise’s fans directly into the game with their own character, making it an enjoyable experience for huge Dragon Ball fans, and a possible gateway for newer players too.
The Mystery of Neuschwanstein is a puzzle adventure, using the famous, German castle as a backdrop for the story. The game consists of a series of logic puzzles and hidden object games, sprinkled through a mystery adventure, but dodgy voice-acting and a lack of variety lets it down.
This week Billy returns to the Time Waster and he’s celebrating by building his own ride and racing it in Dream Car Racing Evo. But is it worth the time?
As budget follow-up to Beyond Earth, Sid Meier’s Starships is a pretty amazing little tactical space combat simulation that is blessed with all the flavor that payers can expect from a Sid Meier simulation.
While the first book in the Ghost Seer series was a little bit lackluster, Book 2, Ghost Layer, really picks up the pace and the quality in a big way that helps put the series back on track.