The World of Darkness universe comes to the Nintendo Switch, with deep storytelling and plots that up to now, only PC gamers got to really enjoy. We stroll into Werewolf: The Apocalypse as it takes a bite out of consoles.
The only game set 100 years prior to Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity takes many core elements from that game, but presents a more lighthearted, and in some ways deeper, story within this fascinating franchise.
Cyberpunk 2077 is clearly a masterpiece, but also a heavily flawed one. We reviewed it on a high-end PC, which let the game put its best foot forward. But your mileage will vary. It’s almost unplayable on the PlayStation 4, but starts to shine when given enough hardware to drive Night City’s massive world.
Peril on Gorgon is the first of two planned DLCs for last year’s Game of The Year winner, The Outer Worlds. The stupendous sci-fi RPG shooter is back with new missions, a darker story, more exploration and about eight to 10 hours of extended and exciting gameplay.
Torchlight III offers a bright and colorful, easy-to-play hack and slash dungeon diving RPG. You really don’t need a lot of experience in the genre to begin playing, but even masters of this realm will find a lot to love in this more fluffy, cartoon-like role-playing utopia.
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.
We dive into Bless Unleashed, a free-to-play MMO being published by Namco Bandai. While not quite as polished as most paid online games, Bless Unleased is pretty fun to play, and even offers a few unique twists set in an interesting game world.
Not wanting to make their players wait, Larian Studios released a shortened version of their new Dungeons and Dragons based Baldur’s Gate 3 game in early access. And while there is limited content at the moment, the game already feels like a brewing epic masterpiece.
Kingdoms of Amalur was a fun if quirky action RPG when it was originally released back in 2012. It didn’t do great back then, but earned a legion of hardcore fans. Now remade as Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, it gets a second chance to impress RPG-loving gamers.
Hey all you Modern Gamers fans! This your hostess with the mostest back in action with another game review. Like cards? Like magic? Need to go on a pilgrimage but can go too far? Hey this is the perfect way to start the new season with this too hot to handle game called Blind Prophet. Imagine a desolate world covered in sand and broken down ancient (yet advanced) machines. You are a prophet that’s dressed in Buddhist clothes, with a mechanical arm. A small child offers to guild and greets you with “Namaste.” He tells you to open your map, … Continue reading Lead Your Followers on an Epic Pilgrimage in Nowhere Prophet