Sam’s Story follows our favorite US Marine from Metro Exodus in his quest to find a ship to take him back to America in the flooded and violent ruins of Vladivostok. It’s one of the best DLCs of the entire Metro series, and not an adventure to be missed.
Frostpunk: The Last Autumn takes us to a time in the award-winning game when the frost has not yet killed the entire world. But we know what is coming, which makes your building and people-managing skills all the more critical.
Our reviewer is a huge fan of tennis simulations, so he really wanted to love AO Tennis 2. And at times, he did. But this game’s potential glory is ultimately lost in a sea of questionable choices by the developer and outright buggy gameplay.
Skellboy is an action RPG where your hero is able to swap body parts to change out their abilities and skills. It features decent artwork and nice hack and slash gameplay which might be enough to help it shine in a crowded field.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War is an amazing shooter that never takes itself too seriously, and in fact goes out of its way to achieve oddball greatness. Killing Nazi zombie hoards in the middle of World War II was never so satisfying. It’s a ton of fun by oneself, and a total star for multiplayer.
Here Be Dragons is a comical ship-based combat game set in the time of Christopher Columbus, where hapless captains battle against mermen for control of the high seas. The story is impressive, but the game falters a bit in its fundamentals.
Tank Mechanic Simulator takes the popular mechanic simulator series and turns it towards a mission of finding and fixing up historic tanks that served in World War II. Some of these wrecks are in terrible shape, but your tools, skills and elbow grease can make them ready to roll again.
This week we take a look at a brand new visual novel series focused on adventure and romance that is coming to both consoles and mobile platforms. The first story is called Code Realize: Rebirth of the Guardian, so let’s dive right in.
Almost no series has quite as strong a fanbase as Dragon Ball Z. And while there is a lot for longtime fans to love in the latest release, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, this is also a perfect jumping in spot for those who want to check it out for the first time.
Cord cutters who want to get ultra HD television and the ability to stream the latest games can look no farther than the new NVIDIA Shield TV device. Our reviewer puts it to the test for both games and television, and comes away highly impressed.