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.
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.
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.
It may seem like a weird pairing, but Dredge successfully combines a somewhat peaceful fishing simulation with a dark Lovecraftian adventure that will find your little trawler bravely journeying into some of the most treacherous waters this side of Innsmouth.
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.
Eschewing the normal linear nature of full-motion-video games, Murderous Muses instead offers up a randomized world where players can put their investigative and puzzle-cracking skills to the test to solve a different murder mystery every time.
Munchkin is a beloved classic card game that is very popular with role-players. It offers a perfect mix of hilarious items, spells and monsters to collect and fight, and highly competitive gameplay. And it’s now available on Steam as Munchkin Digital, with mobile versions incoming soon.
Keeping the narrative side of the Borderlands series alive, New Tales From The Borderlands features all of the irreverent humor from the original title, but is packed with all new characters, exciting storylines and a few nice extras.
Rebirth is the third DLC for Iceflake Studio’s Surviving the Aftermath, where players try to turn a struggling post-apocalyptic colony into a major new city. Rebirth adds a new blighted enemy, a separate research tree for upgrades, new buildings and the ability to finally heal the wasteland.
The Diablo IV beta opened its gates of hell over the weekend so that players could jump in and explore the prologue and Act 1 of the upcoming action RPG. Although there were some expected connectivity issues, the beta itself was incredibly fun to play, which bodes well for the full summer launch.