There is a lot to like about Hellmut, but some questionable design choices means that most of the content will be locked away from the majority of players. That’s too bad, because Hellmut could have been something really special in the Bullet Hell genre.
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.
The long awaited third episode of The Long Dark has finally been released. Crossroads Elegy finds us playing as new survivor, Astrid. It also introduces many much needed improvements and quite a few cool (or perhaps ice cold) gameplay features and quests alongside the continuing story.
The remake of Ghostbusters The Video Game is pure joy for those who love the franchise. Like the original, this one features the same tight story created by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Busting ghosts just looks better and plays more smoothly now.
Telling Lies is a voyeuristic full motion video game where player sleuths try to unravel a compelling and realistic mystery involving sex, lies, terrorism, the FBI and murder. Your tool to accomplish this is a searchable database of video files, all captured without their subject’s knowledge.
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.
In the same vein as Papers Please, Headliner: NoviNews puts you in the role of a normal citizen trying to balance their conscience and their need to survive in a dystopian society. In this world you are a newspaper editor, and it’s a dangerous profession.
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.
Winds of Change takes the normally more comical Furry genre and places it into a much darker world and plot. It’s fairly standard as a visual novel type of game, but it might be difficult reconciling the cute characters with the serious story.