Although Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood has a rich history to pull from in the World of Darkness universe, the resulting game, one of the first to feature werewolves, fails to fully live up to its epic backstory.
We dive into the Xbox Series X to find out what’s new in Microsoft’s NextGen console, and some of the amazing features that help to drive and support the next generation of games. Find out if you should put an Xbox Series X console into your future gaming plans.
Anyone looking for adventure should sail no further than Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. This latest Assassin’s Creed game takes everything good about the series and wraps it up in an exciting and beautiful Norse-flavored package that is packed with brutal Viking combat.
Those who love tennis know that the last great tennis simulation was Top Spin 4, which released way back in 2011. Unfortunately, Tennis World Tour 2 doesn’t change this sad fact, though it does add a few interesting elements to the genre.
While Vampire’s Fall seems like a pretty good idea, with players taking on the role of a powerful vampire out for revenge, the game originally came out for mobile platforms – and probably should have stayed there. Some of the mobile gameplay just does not translate well in this port.
There’s a ton to love in the mountain biking paradise of Descenders. It’s easily approachable while offering a rewarding challenge. And, a spectacular wipeout can almost be as fun as dusting the competition in fierce downhill races.
Supergiant Games has done it again, giving gamers Hades, a game with an incredible art style, brilliant voice acting, stunning music and rock-solid gameplay that’s almost impossible to put down. This is even better than their previous hits like Bastion, Transistor and Pyre.
Although on the surface, Spiritfarer is a management type of game, it goes so much deeper than that with themes about love, loss and letting go. Extremely emotional, the brilliant payoff for your invested time makes Spiritfarer a must play title.
Summer in Mara is one of the latest in the series of casual crafting and simulation games like Animal Crossing, Stardew Valley and Harvest Moon. It’s not a bad game, but doesn’t really do too much to break from the pack. Kind of like the real summer in 2020, its okay, but not nearly the best ever for most people.
Those of you who remember the excellent River Raid game for the Atari 2600 will really appreciate Bridge Strike for the Nintendo Switch and mobile platforms. It’s got the same classic arcade action, but with a lot more bang for your bridges.