Surviving the Aftermath is one of the best apocalypse-themed city building titles available right now. With story elements, quests, civilization-like diplomacy and combat, this is one nuclear hot title for those who like to build or rebuild a shattered world.
The world is a very dark place in Endling: Extinction is Forever, and it is the player’s responsibility to try and keep a mother fox and her cubs safe in an environment where everything is stacked against them. Brace yourself for feelings of happiness and heartache with this title.
As Dusk Falls offers narrative-based gaming where players have to make hard choices as they try to influence the story. But unlike most other games in this genre, As Dusk Falls is designed from the ground up for multiplayer fun. So, you’ll want to bring some friends along for the ride.
GiN first looked at Mr. Prepper when it was in beta on Steam. Since then, the developers have finished the game and recently released it for the Nintendo Switch. See how this base-building adventure game turned out in the end this week in Marie’s Modern Gamer review.
Fresh off of the high that was Fire Emblem: Three Houses, one would expect that Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes could also be a masterpiece. And the game is fun to play, but several missteps will probably keep it from ever becoming a hallmark title for the series.
The I’m On Observation Duty series presents a horror game in a unique way, putting players in the role of a security guard monitoring for the supernatural. Players gaze at haunted places through surveillance cameras, and then must try to fix dangerous anomalies as they occur.
Balloon Flight is a surprisingly challenging romp through the sometimes not-so-friendly skies. You’ll navigate through amazing obstacles and perform soaring stunts using only a wooden raft and the power to inflate and pop balloons.
Our reviewer Vincent Mahoney was able to obtain one of the amazing new Steam Deck gaming devices. He immediately loaded up his massive Stream library and put the Deck through its paces to find out if everyone should be adding a Steam Deck to their gaming collection.
The GWENT: Rogue Mage Single Player Expansion provides gamers with a stripped down, fast paced and rogue-like experience using the classic GWENT cards. It’s not going to appeal to everyone, but is a good choice for a quick game of powerful card versus card battling against the computer.
Our Modern Gamer grew up watching reruns of the Zorro TV show, as well as the 1990s remake. So, getting the chance to finally don the black mask and ride for justice was a dream come true. Find out about the amazing Zorro: The Chronicles adventure this week in our Modern Gamer review.
Role-playing games have seen a huge resurgence in recent years, with titles like Pillars of Eternity and Pathfinder Kingmaker setting a high bar. The Waylanders does not quite reach that level, but this clever adventure gets pretty close.
It’s pretty clear where the developers of Rustler got their inspiration, as comparisons of the medieval adventure to early Grand Theft Auto games are obvious. But beyond that undeniable hook, Rustler offers a lot of depth not normally found in 2D adventure games.
Animals are very popular in video games right now, with titles like Endling – Extinction Is Forever and Stray capturing everyone’s hearts. But beyond those two well-known titles, there are quite a few others that might be of interest for animal lovers. Michelle shares her own list of recommended titles in this week’s Fresh Look Column that’s filled with paws, claws and fluffy tails.
Michae Blaker’s back with a look at a series from the past season for this week’s Anime Sunday. It’s his “Mobuseka” Episode 01 Impressions!
Michael Blaker’s Bookish Wednesday: “Mother of Learning Volume 01” by Domagoj Kurmaic
Synth Saturday: Chapters 11-20 from the Potter Fic “Price of Being Noble” by Driftwood
Fan Collective Unimatrix 47: The Orville New Horizons “Shadow Realms” Episode
Michael Blaker’s Video Game Tuesday: Thoughts on PlayStation 5
Thousands of people came together over the weekend for BLERDCON 2022, a fun and safe space designed to celebrate people’s diversity in color, culture, gender and sexual identities. And the convention just keeps getting bigger and better every year.
In this week’s Save State, Vincent enjoys some low-poly retro gaming goodness with Ex-Zodiac, a game that is still in early access on Steam but shows worlds of promise as you fight to free the worlds of the Sanzaru Star System from their oppressors in intense early-1990s arcade action.
Vincent Mahoney’s Save State: Going Hog Wild with Sonic the Hedgehog Series
The Return of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Pixel Perfection Meets Film Noir in Point and Click Adventure Game Lacuna
Visual Novel Sakura Wars Brings Mech Combat, Substance and Style
Gary and Darius thought they had Katz convinced to review the game Stray, and the day has arrived for the live stream of their Game Over Gang’s podcast. Is Katz all prepared to share his live review of Stray in just a few minutes, or will there be a last-minute cat he has to let out of the bag?
Wow, part three of the Scodysk Stream of Omori was exciting, but just wait until you see what he and his friends NickySimss, T0BContinued, Tree_Weenie, EdenPenguin007 and ArticArticuno get into in part four this week of their amazing streaming adventure!
Scodysk and His Friends Advance to Part Three of the Omori Game Stream
Trek Trivia with Trekker’s Delight!
Scodysk and Friends Go Exploring in Part Two of the Exciting Omori Game Stream
Trekker’s Delight Covers “Star Trek IV”
Ubisoft announced that it is giving away the new Roller Champions competitive eSports game for free on the PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and for the PC through the Ubisoft Store.
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.
A Timely Repair For A Busted PlayStation
How the Game Industry can Support the Black Lives Matter Movements
Honest Conversations About Minority Representation in the Game Industry
Pandemic: Boom or Bust for the Game Industry?