Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one of the most realistic, historically accurate RPGs ever created. Journey into a world where you are anything but a hero, and try to scratch and survive as a peasant in a muddy, dirty, impoverished medieval kingdom. It’s actually great fun!
Cedar Games is a five-person studio based in Cologne that is pushing some really big ideas, like an apocalyptic RPG that is customizable enough to be loved by casual gamers, hardcore role-players, PvP warriors and sim-loving crafters. Find out what strange magic is going into the development of their premiere Z-Alert game.
Clearly a labor of love for developer NewHopeGames, Avalon: The Journey Begins features a deep story and some complex space-exploration of an interesting, procedurally-generated universe that more technical players will likely adore, though this is not a casual experience by any measure.
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.
Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy are both staple videogame versions of the popular television shows. The latest game iterations from Ubisoft come in a dual pack for consoles, upping their game and providing a good value for those who love gameshows.
We are taking a look at Kingdom: New Lands this week, a new side scrolling strategy game from developer Noio and publisher Raw Fury. You read that right, it’s a side scrolling strategy game. While that might seem odd, the simple controls conceal a bevy of interesting and deadly strategic choices.
Based on the classic sci-fi television series, but set before the show during the first Cylon War, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock lets armchair admirals build and command the entire Colonial Fleet in stunning 3D tactical space combat.
With 2017 wrapped up, we wanted to take a few moments to dream about some of the titles that have been promised to gamers in 2018. Surely not all of them will live up to their hype, but if at least some do, it will be a great year filled with unbelievable gaming goodness.
Avalon Hill released the highly-anticipated Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate, a new board game based on the award-winning Betrayal at House on the Hill. We get a group of players together and tackle the game for the very first time.
Bomber Crew is the latest game from developer Runner Duck that puts you in control of bomber crew members at the outset of World War II. We take to the skies in the Gameindustry.com Lancaster Bomber with a secret weapon – we’ve painted the plane in brilliant rainbow colors!