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.
Mirroring the classic Darkest Dungeon tactical battler, Warsaw puts players in the role of Polish resistance fighters trying to survive during the ill-fated Warsaw uprising of World War II. The odds are stacked against you, but with perseverance and excellent tactics, you might emerge victorious.
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.
Billy is killing time with cats and dogs this week as he journeys through the wonderful adventure that is Cat Quest II on PC. Come see why Cat Quest II might be the purrfect RPG for both kids and adults to play alone or together.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is a wonderful example of how everything can go right with a comic book adventure. A fine plot, challenging gameplay and simple but intense combat makes The Black Order a fun game for Marvel fans, or anyone who enjoys action RPGs.
BIlly is killing time, and monsters, this week with a gacha game for Android called Battle Souls that has some wonderful sprite art and a lot of turn-based combat. Grab an axe and head into Battle Souls this week!
The GreedFall RPG presents an interesting colonial-like setting where factions that master magic, firearms, science or ritual powers are all struggling for control of an island that is critical to their survival. It’s up to your character to decide who is right while shaping this fascinating world’s destiny.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is an excellent turn-based RPG in the vein of Final Fantasy Tactics, Vandal Hearts, Tactics Ogre and others. It strives to add a few new twists to the genre without taking the game out of the realm that turn-based RPGers so love. It’s fun and challenging.
Plagued with problems at launch, Pathfinder: Kingmaker finally is patched up and refined enough to offer an interesting role-playing and kingdom management hybrid game that is as fun to play as it is unique.