This week out Time Waster took a trip down to Stardew Valley, and we never hear from him again if past experiences hold true.
GiN Reviewer Marion Constante is a Star Wars double agent, showing us gameplay from both sides of the Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC. First, she hops into a TIE fighter to shield Star Destroyers from attack. Then she switches sides and goes head to head with the empire, Rouge One style, in a mission to rescue an important droid.
Destroy All Humans is a re-release of an old PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 game. As such it’s about what you’d expect, now with supped-up graphics and sound for extra alien destruction. All the crazy humor remains solidly inside the game, though that may be a bit of an acquired taste.
In Shadow Heroes, players are put into a world where magic is feared. Players must amass an army to defeat these magical enemies and protect their home from waves of enemy forces. A challenging Real Time Strategy game, the key here is simply to survive.
Halo: Fractures is an amazing collection of short stories set in the Halo universe. Penned by top sci-fi authors and writers who work on the Halo games, the diverse set of tales will appeal to Halo fans and those just enjoy great stories.
An adventurous trip to the parallel world known as the Winter Wonderland of Lunwyn seemed like a great idea for Finnie Wilde, until her twin steps in with other nefarious plans. It’s action and romance in Wildest Dreams this week.
Unlike most role-playing games, Tyranny puts you in the role of a villain working for an even more corrupt government. It’s a refreshing change of pace with a very deep story, lots of great gameplay, and a plot where your choices really do matter.
This week our Time Waster is all about Cthulhu Virtual Pet, which is a throwback game to the days when Tamagotchi ruled the playground.
Pavilion is a hauntingly beautiful puzzle game with a gorgeous art style and some interesting levels, plus a surreal, dreamlike quality. Anyone who enjoyed Monument Valley, or who loves unique puzzle experiences in general, should certainly give Pavilion a go.
Just as great as the original 2010 title, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition also offers a rich ride-along with one of the badass horseman of the apocalypse. The remastered version brings better graphics and few new features to the front for an even better hardcore slasher.