As the upcoming sequel to Hugo Award Winner Wendy N. Wagner’s Skinwalkers, Michael takes a look at Pathfinder Tales: Starspawn this week. Be ready for pirates and adventure, because even though hero Jendara plots a path of peaceful atonement, it won’t come anytime soon.
Coffin Dodgers seems to have a lot going for it, with a funny plot and a Diddy Kong-like gameplay, but frame rate and stuttering problems on the PlayStation 4 should make this one a definite pass for nearly all players.
The Battle is Joined! On the anniversary of D-Day, we take a look at the new DLC for the Order of Battle Pacific strategy game, the US Marines. If you thought the war was hell before, try conquering the campaigns that the Marines had to manage. This amazing sequel should appeal to armchair generals everywhere.
This week our Time Waster is checking out a mobile game called Dark Sword that borrows a little too heavily from the Dark Souls series.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End may be flawed, but its moments of brilliance far outshine those niggles. This is a series that’s going out, when it’s still at the top of its game.
While the first episode of the new episodic HITMAN was a little bit of a mixed bag, the second one, set it Sapienza, Italy, is practically a masterpiece, and quite a big hit. Plus, it can be purchased as a standalone game or as a DLC for the main title.
After a bit of a slow, and somewhat annoying start, the audiobook for What a Ghoul Wants picks up with excellent ghost hunting, which is why the series is so widely read. More of the latter part with this one, please.
It’s a rare thing, but occasionally an adventure game comes along with the exact right mix of immersive environment, brilliant writing and well-constructed puzzles. Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet is one such game. Come along as we dive into this fun pirate-themed romp, with voice acting from Tom Baker.
This week out Time Waster is a little under the weather, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying his time with a rhythm game called Melody’s Escape.
The latest remake of DOOM has come to play, and it’s one wild ride, offering a blistering ten-hour single player campaign plus thousands of hellish snapmaps created by players using the new creation tools. Grab your BFG, because DOOM is a BFD.