Spellforce 3 continues the excellent marriage of real-time strategy and role-playing game that the series is widely known for. Only now, the graphics are incredibly beautiful as you work to conquer this engaging fantasy world by brute force or clever tactics.
Although obviously not written by Jules Verne, Nemo Rising remains surprisingly faithful to the source material, while adding a lot of modern action. Nemo Rising is a great read for any fiction fan.
Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy are both staple videogame versions of the popular television shows. The latest game iterations from Ubisoft come in a dual pack for consoles, upping their game and providing a good value for those who love gameshows.
This week Billy is checking out the full version of Orbital Racer after giving the demo version a look a few weeks back.
We are taking a look at Kingdom: New Lands this week, a new side scrolling strategy game from developer Noio and publisher Raw Fury. You read that right, it’s a side scrolling strategy game. While that might seem odd, the simple controls conceal a bevy of interesting and deadly strategic choices.
It’s been a little while since we covered the October Daye series. Once Broken Faith is actually book ten in the series. This one dives deep into sleazy Fae politics, but also has a quite a lot of action. If you have not been following this series, consider starting with this one.
Based on the classic sci-fi television series, but set before the show during the first Cylon War, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock lets armchair admirals build and command the entire Colonial Fleet in stunning 3D tactical space combat.
This week Billy is checking out a platformer called The Grape Escape and he can’t help but compare it to Super Meat Boy.
SpinTires: Mudrunner is a different kind of mudbogging thrill. Tasked with driving 20-ton behemoths down muddy paths that are barely considered roads, you may only be driving a few miles an hour, but its every bit as exciting as any racer.
Inspired by the future imagined in the 1939 World Fair, the zany Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom: A Novel of Retropolis by writer and artist Bradley W. Schenck is utterly unlike anything else in science fiction.