The Long Journey Home is a sci-fi space epic where you must lead your crew through millions of miles of uncharted space while trying to survive long enough to get back home. Think Star Control or Starflight, but on a modern platform.
To cap off our week-long celebration of all things Pokemon, we proudly present a first look at Generation 8: Pokemon Sword and Shield. Our full review is coming soon, but for now, here is what to expect from the latest and greatest Pokemon release.
The long awaited third episode of The Long Dark has finally been released. Crossroads Elegy finds us playing as new survivor, Astrid. It also introduces many much needed improvements and quite a few cool (or perhaps ice cold) gameplay features and quests alongside the continuing story.
The remake of Ghostbusters The Video Game is pure joy for those who love the franchise. Like the original, this one features the same tight story created by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Busting ghosts just looks better and plays more smoothly now.
Telling Lies is a voyeuristic full motion video game where player sleuths try to unravel a compelling and realistic mystery involving sex, lies, terrorism, the FBI and murder. Your tool to accomplish this is a searchable database of video files, all captured without their subject’s knowledge.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is the huge expansion to the core Monster Hunter World game. It features bigger monsters, longer hunts, better equipment and basically more of the same excellent crafting and fighting gameplay that makes the Monster Hunter series so special.
There is something amazing about a game that lets players add to the innovation and fun, and Super Mario Maker 2 does that and then some. In addition to a solid core game, the player created levels are practically professional, and unlimited in number. It’s another winning title for our favorite plumber.
The stealth thriller Church in the Darkness takes place in 1977. Your nephew Alex has joined a religious cult and moved with them to the South American jungle. It’s up to you to sneak into the commune to try and get him back.
The deceptively simple FAR: Lone Sails game will have you lumbering across a beautiful but dead world in your behemoth of a vehicle, just trying to make it to the end of the road, wherever that may be for your little, lonely main character.
Set in the dark streets of Paris and seen through the rainy windows of a busy night shift taxi, you play a driver with a silver tongue in the Noir-like adventure Night Call. Talk to your passengers. Observe the world around you. And don’t get framed for your own attempted murder.