This week we take a look at Plantera, a beautiful piece of art that might also qualify as a video game, though we think that for Plantera, it may take the Casual genre a bit too far, removing the player form the equation all together.
Launching into the popular action and shooter-oriented MMO genre, Tom Clancy’s The Division has the superb combat, beautiful environments, cool loot and a unique Dark Zone mode to keep it fun and relevant for a very long time.
Crashlands is an amazing game that seamlessly combines crafting and action RPGs in such a way that fans of both genres are going to be in heaven when playing. Simple controls and deep playability rounds out this bright picture.
When diagnosed with cancer, Sam Coster decided to not only fight it, but to get together with his brothers to create the massive open-world, crafting RPG Crashlands at the same time. Sam beat cancer, and his game is winning over thousands of players.
The remastered for next-gen consoles version of Darksiders 2: The Deathinitive Edition doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel because Darksiders 2 was a great game. However, anyone who missed the original or who wants to take another run at it will find a lot worth liking here.
Extreme Exorcism changes the platformer genre a bit by having the monsters learn player tactics and mimic them. So the great tactic you used in one level can become a player-killer in the next. Choose your strategy carefully.
Almost nothing can bring back the nostalgia of rifling through your childhood toy chest as the Toy Soldiers: War Chest game. Pitting waves of themed toys against one another is brilliant and fun; it just doesn’t go quite far enough.
Endless Legend is a fantastic strategy game that recently expanded with the Guardians DLC, a $10 expansion that adds great depth to an already fantastic experience. Whether your are an expert with the game or just getting started, adding Guardians can help boost your enjoyment.
Borderlands: The Handsome Collection includes remastered versions of both Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, built specifically for next-gen consoles. Ready to rumble, again?
The old adage says two heads are better than one. There doesn’t seem to be a well-known phrase about keeping track of two heads, though. Fortunately for the gaming world, the developers at Press Play heard all of your (complete lack of) concern for this missing proverb and came up with a plan to address it in the form of Kalimba. On the mystical island of Kalimba, an evil villain has slain a benevolent shaman and scattered the heads of an all-important totem pole. But fear not, for the shaman has realized that she can posses the totem heads and … Continue reading Kalimba Proves Two Totem Heads Are Better Than One