We braved the radioactive and monster-filled wastes of the Chernobylite adventure game on the PC. And with success there, the game has been ported over to consoles, including next-generation ones. We pick up the action over there in this review.
Void Slayer is a budget shooter with an interesting twist. The arena you fight in expands or contracts based on your health. As you take damage, your play area gets filled with holes, so watch your step out there.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction takes the realistic squad-based shooter into new territory, adding an invasion of space zombies to the world as a new enemy for our elite operators to face in challenging tactical battles.
Call of Duty Vanguard is one of the most polished shooters to come out in years, with many improvements to both the single player campaign and multiplayer action that fans have been wanting. Vanguard puts Call of Duty back on top. It’s number one with a bullet.
The classic Grand Theft Auto titles have been reborn with upgraded graphics and improved controls, but the immersive storytelling and white-hot action remains the same as always. Strap up and rejoin your crew in Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas.
The Legend of the Kestrel Lancers DLC for MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries really improves the core game with new features, new biomes to fight in, new combat mechs and a handcrafted new military campaign that puts your lance on the frontlines of the deadly Fourth Succession War.
Dustwind is a tactical RPG that has been around for a while. After fleshing out both a multiplayer and single player experience on the PC, it moves to conquer the PlayStation. But will the ghosts of bad ports blow a away a good Dustwind experience?
A dachshund with a wheelchair. A deadly pet alligator. A backpack that fires rockets. Giancarlo Esposito. One person taking down a dictatorial regime on a tropical island. Anywhere else, this group would seem strange, but not in Far Cry. Welcome to Far Cry 6.
With one of the most beautifully rendered cyberpunk megacities ever created for a game, you will be amazed just walking around within The Ascent’s sprawling arcology. There are not too many role-playing or story elements, but the combat is smooth and satisfying.
Slicing, burning, skewering, zapping and grinding poor little green orcs is a ton of fun in this silly series. Orcs Must Die! 3 is the long-awaited sequel to this action-packed game. Gamers really love this series, and from the way that Orcs Must Die! 3 plays, you will see why.