The Sanator: Scarlet Scarf game is a graphic novel with a dark story where you make decisions that affect the main character and the game’s world, sometimes in definitive ways. But it also has a unique mechanic that forces players to eventually see all possible paths, plus one hidden ending.
The second official DLC for BATTLETECH, Urban Warfare brings fighting mechs into the big city, where everything is destructible and games of cat and mouse using the new ECM warfare modules can last for hours on end. It’s a brief but good addition to the core game.
Fracter is one of the most interesting and artistic puzzle games that we have reviewed in a long time. Telling a haunting tale mostly only using light and shadow, the game challenges players to figure it out, and what is actually going on in its unique world.
Set in the dark streets of Paris and seen through the rainy windows of a busy night shift taxi, you play a driver with a silver tongue in the Noir-like adventure Night Call. Talk to your passengers. Observe the world around you. And don’t get framed for your own attempted murder.
What happens when you take a real-time multiplayer battlefield type game and add a single player story mode? That’s what Dustwind did, and we find out what happens next in our review.
The billions of zombies in They Are Billions gave the bite down to many PC gamers, and now this hardcore RTS masterpiece is marching over to consoles. The game is solid there, but the real enemy might be managing a difficult war against the undead with an Xbox or PlayStation controller.
With smooth controls, slick artwork, unique gameplay mechanics and an engaging story, Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries could be one of the best 2D platformers that we have played in quite some time.
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.
Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition is a Nintendo Switch port of the classic vehicular zombie slaughter title of the same name released for the PC back in 2009. The game has aged fairly well, but never had too much depth in the first place.
We brought in our Fire Emblem expert to review the new Fire Emblem: Three Houses game on the Nintendo Switch. After hours of gameplay, the verdict was clear. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the best game of the long series, and may change the way you think about RPGs.