Pook is back with a video review of Dragonball XenoVerse 2. This time, he is doing all kinds of storyline quests, and being cheered (and sometimes jeered) by a special guest – Ms. Pook! Can a family that plays together conquer this anime-themed world?
Mordheim: City of the Damned is one of the toughest games you’ll ever love. Based on a tabletop game by Games Workshop in 1999, you will find yourself leading a warband through a cursed city fighting for supremacy, and facing perma-death down every dark alley.
For those of you looking for something cool to do with your aging Nintendo 3DS hardware, give Monster Hunter Generations a try. Not only is this the best Monster Hunter, but one of the greatest games for the entire platform. Long live the hunters!
Anyone looking for a cool twist on the standard tower defense genre should give Space Run Galaxy a whirl. The game combines deeper strategy with almost twitch-level tactics for a fresh take on a classic mechanic. Just beware the space squids as they can get nasty this time of year.
Crimson Room: Decade is a cute little locked room type of puzzler that can keep you busy for a greatly varying length of time, depending upon the player. It’s based on the classic 2004 title, but makes lots of improvements.
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.