It’s been over 40 years since the original Space Invaders began assimilating piles of quarters from obsessed players in darkened arcades worldwide. Now, the little high-stepping aliens are back in the gorgeous Space Invaders Extreme.
This week our Time Waster is Duke Dashington Remastered, which is a remaster of a game Billy has reviewed before, but has much changed?
For a game with a tiny price, Sky Force Reloaded has a lot to offer. From its colorful and detailed graphics to its challenging gameplay, responsive controls and a heavy dose of nostalgia, everything about this game screams quality.
Things start off slow for October Daye in The Brightest Fell. But then her mother starts taking hostages, and Daye must work with some previous enemies to solve one of the greatest mysteries still plaguing their world.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a wonderful RPG that checks all the right boxes. It’s got an engaging story, gorgeous graphics, deep tactical combat, detailed characterization, and is even open to player modding. If you have ever loved PC-based RPGs, this one will remind you why.
This week out Time Waster is checking out ShellShock Live, an artillery game that still in Early Access on Steam, but already feels complete.
Fallen Legion+ combines the adventure of Princess Cecille and her enigmatic talking grimoire in Sins of an Empire with the romp through a ravaged continent with Legatus Laendur in Flame of Rebellion. The result is an epic RPG questline.
Mobile gamers live on their screens, but there isn’t always a good place to set them up for extended play. The Filofax eniTAB360 aims to fix that. We took the unique sticky disk type contraption for a spin.
Attentat 1942 is a serious video game that explores the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia during World War II from the perspective of civilians who survived it. It’s a heart wrenching affair at times, but perfectly shows how videogames can tell masterful stories.
The time waster this week is all about a 2D adventure game named Iconoclasts that’s heavy on the story, but really shouldn’t be.