Capcom has been extremely supportive of the Monster Hunter franchise. The official Iceborne DLC is rolling out to yet another platform, but new items and content are released all the time. Our reviewer Matt Jones goes over the state of Monster Hunter so far.
Children of Morta is a rogue-like action RPG that puts you in charge of a family of monster hunters and wardens of a fantasy world fighting an evil corruption. Its got a surprisingly good plot, smooth combat and is pretty much all around a delight to play.
Billy’s taking a look at his last Time Waster before his grand finale next week and this time around its an Early Access game called Wildermyth.
Gamers starved for great Vampire: the Masquerade content can sink their fangs into the amazing Coteries of New York game, a narrative adventure dripping with the delightfully dark atmosphere of White Wolf Publishing’s classic World of Darkness.
Billy’s exhausted this week after playing Virgo Versus the Zodiac for the Time Waster and who can blame him with such a mentally-taxing game?
Disco Elysium is easily the most stylish, interesting and unique RPG to come out this year. Make no mistake, this is a weird game, where you can die from either physical or physiological trauma. But diving into this surreal adventure is so worth the price.
Dripping with atmosphere, snark and charm, The Outer Worlds has a unique flavor that blends classic Buck Rogers style sci-fi with modern dystopian storytelling. An instant classic, The Outer Worlds is a definite must-play for those who love RPGs or exceptional science fiction.
Digimon ReArise is the focus of Billy’s time wasting this week as he looks to fill that Digimon love he’s had since childhood.
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.