We Are the Dwarves is a unique real-time strategy game where your Dwarven astronauts must explore and use tactics to conquer a previously unknown planet that is teeming with creatures and sci-fi dangers of all kinds.
Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation is the amazing final title that completes the three-course Fire Emblem Fates series. Revelation ends things with a satisfying bang, though you should probably go back and finish both Birthright and Conquest first for maximum enjoyment here.
World’s Dawn is a Kickstarter-funded effort to create a fun life simulator game that is styled very much after the Harvest Moon series. So how close does it come, and yea, is it actually any good? We create a character and find out.
The original Homeworld game broke new ground in 3D space RTS combat. Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak tries to do the same thing for ground pounders, and for the most part, greatly succeeds. Mount up for intense, real-time desert combat!
Hard West offers an excellent turn-based strategy game that includes supernatural elements, cults, and even the devil himself. Playing Hard West is thus a non-stop rollercoaster of events that still manages to be interesting despite some being told in Choose Your Own Adventure Style.
Remaking a classic game like Turok is sometimes hit or miss, but Iguana Entertainment and Night Dive Studios have done a great job breathing new life into the original dinosaur hunter. Yes, there are a few issues, but incredible level design and pure nostalgia more than make up for it.
Players who enjoy rewarding combat systems and progression with a strong focus on exploration will more than likely love Xenoblade Chronicles X, the latest in this series to hit the Nintendo Wii U as an exclusive adventure on that console.
Going old school with your RPGs can be fascinating with Swords and Sorcery: Underworld, especially if you enjoyed the classic Wizardry series. Unfortunately, the game still crashes quite a bit under Windows 10, so it’s a bit of a rocky marriage between new and old.
Originally released in 1994 as a rogue-like ASCII text adventure, ADOM, or Ancient Domains of Mystery, has evolved to offer a decidedly modern take on the title and genre while keeping the extremely challenging gameplay intact.
Although Animal Gods has an interesting concept, and gameplay that can be compared to the original Zelda, it unfortunately also seems to bend and eventually break under the weight of its own concept. Still, if you are looking for a cute and short diversion, you could do worse.