Triangle Strategy is an excellent Strategy RPG addition to the Switch library, offering a more balanced experience than many others available on the platform. It also features deep storytelling where choices really do matter.
In Kaiju Wars, you get to play as those really outclassed military units that are famous in Japanese monster movies for acting as cannon fodder for Godzilla and his friends. Will you fare better, or just taste better?
The Rune Factory RPG series from developer Hakama has a long history of providing gamers with a platform to fight, farm and craft their way to victory. Rune Factory 5 continues that grand tradition in style.
Warpips offers quick and tactical battles where two cartoon armies clash over a deserted no-man’s land sitting in between. It’s one part tower defense, one-part real-time strategy and one-part unique wargaming fun.
City building games are all the rage these days, but they can sometimes become just as stressful as wargames. That won’t happen with Dorfromantik, a board game like experience which offers one of the most relaxing builders around.
We braved the radioactive and monster-filled wastes of the Chernobylite adventure game on the PC. And with success there, the game has been ported over to consoles, including next-generation ones. We pick up the action over there in this review.
The barriers to entry for anyone looking to get into streaming video games or starting their own Twitch or YouTube channel can seem pretty high. But the Toucan W100 offers a low-cost, high-quality camera to anchor those efforts.
This week our Modern Gamer takes a look at another so-called walking simulator game, The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna by developer Tonguc Bodur. This one is interesting, but is definitely not for everyone.
The Strategic Mind series has always been known for its attention to detail when it comes to World War II tactical battles. The Fight for Freedom game takes that action to the Western Front where the Allies fought many pivotal and storied battles.
Trivia and game show lovers will be in heaven with the release of Trivial Pursuit Live 2, a title which takes the classic Trivial Pursuit board game and elevates it to a stadium-worthy competition featuring an epic battle of the brains.
Scrapnaut is a clever, cartoon-like survival and base building game set in a colorful steampunk world. And because of the variable difficulty levels, it can also be a combat sim too, or a more chill hunting and gathering type experience.
Beholder 3 asks some tough questions, like how far you would go to save yourself and your family when your entire society seems to be aligned against you. It’s a dark game for sure, but another bright spot in this critically acclaimed series.
Our intrepid Fresh Look columnist takes a gander at eight very impressive upcoming games that she didn’t know she needed to play before she found out about them. Perhaps you all will find a new gem to add to your own list this week.
Picard and Guinan must talk their way out of FBI custody while Seven and Raffi pursue the escaped nascent Borg Queen. Rios continues to romance Teresa, and Q comes sort of clean. This week: “Mercy.”
What started as a gathering of a few friends and musicians at the Southern California Renaissance Faire has turned into one of the most popular RPG podcast networks, the now famous Happy Jacks.
Created by the acclaimed team behind the Danganronpa series, Death Come True is an interactive movie and a thrill ride about a man who wakes up with no memory, and a whole lot of problems.
Gary’s interviews continue. So, you know how sometimes job interviews just go badly? This would be one of those times.
Let’s get caught up on the latest, brand-new Trek installment with the TD Crew’s thoughts on the first two episodes of Strange New Worlds!
Team-based esports is back on the field: GIANTS Software kicks-off Farming Simulator League (FSL) Season 4. The first tourney begins on May 14.
Roll20 is one of the best platforms available for playing role-playing games remotely with friends. But it could always be better, and that is just what COO Corey Rosemond is working on right now. We find out what’s up on the platform, and what is coming soon.
BurnBryte is the first roleplaying game made for the virtual tabletop world of Roll20. Just like how Amazon, Netflix and Apple TV went from streaming other peoples’ content to creating their own shows, this is Roll20s first original content. We chat with the show’s creators.
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