On the surface, the horror game Choo-Choo Charles seems a bit odd, with a demonic train engine crossed with a giant spider being the main monster. But it’s actually a really fun and unique title that can also prove quite terrifying at times.
Beach Invasion 1944 is a WWII FPS title that tasks players with defending beach fortifications against invading forces who are attacking with troops, tanks, planes and more. It’s ultimately a losing battle, but skillful players can try to hold out for as long as possible.
The original Resident Evil 4 was a highpoint for the popular franchise, and now Capcom has remade the classic survival horror adventure from the ground up for a thoroughly modern take that is pretty close to perfect for fans of the genre.
There are not too many survival horror titles on the Nintendo Switch, which is why those who like the genre should give Remorse: The List a try, an indie title that has already been enjoyed by many on Steam and the Xbox platforms.
Certainly one of the most unusual shooters to come out in years, High On Life is a title that features an incredibly detailed and bizarre world filled with weird, angry and downright hilarious aliens where even your guns come armed with snarky comments and witty banter.
While Evil West does not really break the mold in terms of combat-oriented titles, it does offer a fun and adrenaline-fueled romp through an old western type of twisted universe where cowboy gunslingers take on undead vampire hordes with fists, gadgets and guns.
We’ve covered the awesome Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II multiplayer action, and now it is time to dive into the single player campaign. Sometimes the single player side of Call of Duty games gets shorted in favor of multiplayer, but not this time. The single player campaign is one of the best of the entire series.
Zero Sievert is an Early Access post-apocalyptic shooter and exploration game set in Eastern Europe and made with colorful pixel art. Taking inspiration from games like Stalker, Metro and Escape from Tarkov, it nonetheless blazes its own trail.
Resident Evil Village is a masterpiece of horror gaming and storytelling. Now the Winter’s Expansion lets the fun keep going with the continuation of Rose’s story, a new third person game mode, and a temporary return visit to Village’s amazing settings and creatures.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is finally here, and lots of gamers are lining up to play with both the single player campaign and the multiplayer battlefields. We are splitting our review for this title up into two parts: multiplayer and the single player campaign. First up, we drop our reviewer Michael Blaker into the fierce multiplayer combat.