Wartales RPG Offers a Massive Medieval Open World With Intense Tactical Combat

Wartales gives players a massive medieval open world to explore with a company of mercenaries looking for fame and profit. With a great mix of exciting turn-based combat, detailed company management, exploration and character development, Wartales will be the next big adventure for fans of advanced RPGs.

DARQ Is a Bright Spot in Horror and Puzzle Adventuring

DARQ has received a huge collection of awards since its original release several years ago. Now, the puzzle horror title is available in an ultimate edition for all platforms that includes every single DLC.

Topsy-Turvy Dreaming in the Surreal Puzzler Superliminal

This week our Modern Gamer Marie Brownhill stretches out her brain with Superliminal, a title that has players trying to escape a surreal dream by solving some really complex puzzles.

Terra Nil: An Exciting and Environmentally Friendly Puzzle Adventure

In Terra Nil, players are tasked with bringing life to a diverse series of environments that were turned into wastelands by pollution. In addition to using technology to build sustainable ecosystems, players also eventually need to recycle everything they’ve built and leave the environments pristine for their new animal inhabitants.

Getting Caught in the Web of the Free Ghostwire: Tokyo Spider’s Thread DLC

Those who enjoyed the supernatural Ghostwire: Tokyo adventure got a surprise update from developer Tango Gameworks, a free DLC called Spider’s Thread that includes a new 30-level dungeon, added combat abilities and new creepy monsters.

Painting the Town Red (and Lots of Other Colors Too) With Painter Simulator

This week, Modern Gamer Marie Brownhill looks at Painter Simulator, currently in Early Access on Steam that lets players paint by numbers, animating those objects once they are fully colored in. The title also offers some others interesting activities, and the more painting that is done, the more special missions that can be unlocked.

Leaping Into a Lovecraftian Metroidvania Adventure With The Last Case of Benedict Fox

The Last Case of Benedict Fox offers up a Lovecraftian adventure with a Metroidvania-like interface. And while it stumbles in places, it’s worth exploring for those who are looking for something unique in horror adventuring.

The Diablo IV Server Slam Was a Striking Success

Fresh off the rocky but successful open beta, Blizzard asked players to jump into another free weekend of beta play for Diablo IV, calling it the Server Slam event. It went surprisingly well with no issues for our reviewers who played on multiple platforms during the entire event, which all bodes well for the full launch in June.

Forget the Season’s Rising Temperatures With Snow Plowing Simulator

With spring here and summer on the way, Modern Gamer Marie Brownhill looks back at the winter season while driving a giant snow plow in Snow Plowing Simulator. The title has players keeping roads and parking lots clear in a cold and snowy winter wonderland.

Choo-Choo Charles Puts Terror on the Tracks

On the surface, the horror game Choo-Choo Charles seems a bit odd, with a demonic train engine crossed with a giant spider being the main monster. But it’s actually a really fun and unique title that can also prove quite terrifying at times.

Building Up the Troops With Cadence and Character in Full Metal Sergeant

Developer CarloC is back with another innovative wargame, this time enlisting players to fill out the big combat boots of a tough drill sergeant tasked with turning soft civilians into solid soldiers in just twelve weeks of intense training.

Battling at the Atlantic Wall in Beach Invasion 1944

Beach Invasion 1944 is a WWII FPS title that tasks players with defending beach fortifications against invading forces who are attacking with troops, tanks, planes and more. It’s ultimately a losing battle, but skillful players can try to hold out for as long as possible.

Enrolling in the Miskatonic University Podcast

The Miskatonic University Podcast has been ongoing for over a decade and features some of the top names related to Call of Cthulhu and other horror RPGs. Every new show is an event all to itself, and not one that fans of Call of Cthulhu or other weird and horrific RPGs will want to miss.

Enjoying the Cult Classics Style of Horde Shooter Outer Terror

Referencing all kinds of great movies from the eighties and nineties like The Evil Dead and Terminator is just one thing that drew Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney to Outer Terror. There are also side quests, comics, power-ups and plenty of horde-slaying weaponry.

Porkrine Attempts to Write the Cartoon

With the Writers Strike continuing, Porkrine decides that he will write this week’s cartoon.

Critical Hits with Roll20’s Corey Rosemond

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.

Burning Bryte With A Brand New Game System

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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