Crash Bandicoot and his wacky friends at Crash Team Racing have always been a great choice for kart racing games. Now with the second Grand Prix Season: Back N. Time, Crash is going back in time to move his game forward.
Featuring a strong buddy tale of two Nazi-hunting sisters, Wolfenstein Youngblood attempts to take the series into a more modern era. With beautiful graphics, a smooth cooperative mode for two human players, a great story and plenty of action, it’s mission accomplished.
With more than a little bit of a nod to H. P. Lovecraft, The Sinking City adventure game provides one of the truest representations of a Call of Cthulhu pen and paper role-playing game, and all the positives and negatives that entails.
Warhammer: Chaosbane has been plagued with little bugs since launch, but now finally seems to have worked out the kinks to reveal a good action-oriented RPG that dives into some deep lore and good storytelling to create a compelling experience.
Song of Memories is a coming of age tale about a boy who has to grow up fast. Things get weird though when a mysterious band of beautiful girls arrive and vow to protect him from roving monsters…by dancing. Yes, it’s very odd, but also kind of cool.
Warlocks 2 offers the somewhat rare local cooperative gameplay that can make a hack and slash title a lot of fun. But weakness in the combat engine and overall gameplay shortcomings make it a bit too clunky to be overly valuable for single adventures.
Professor Lupo’s shady dealings in black market space creatures have finally caught up with him. But as his not so faithful intern, it may be you who pays the price as you struggle to save a space station that’s been overrun by pet monsters.
The Kaliber Gaming HVER PRO keyboard and the Forkus II mouse combination from IOGEAR look amazing, and are designed to help gamers shred their high scores without also breaking their wallets. They also happen to brighten up any gaming setup.
The new Shadowbringers Expansion for the Final Fantasy XIV game is by far one of its best expansions, and that is saying a lot for a role-playing game that has consistently had some of the greatest new content rollouts. Check out where Final Fantasy XIV is going with Shadowbringers.
When Deponia originally came out, way back in 2013, it offered an interesting puzzle adventure game with commentary about a world with too much garbage and disposable goods. Now remade for the Switch, it’s message is even more clear today.