The Classic Assassin’s Creed III game jumps to the Nintendo Switch, where players can pull some amazing American Revolution era assassinations, plus some awesome naval combat, in a more portable format. Find out if this remake is worth floating with over to a new platform.
Dark Rage is the Time Waster for this week and Billy can’t help but notice that the game is trying to be a 2D Dark Souls.
With a wintery world, beautiful graphics and horrifying monsters, Fade to Silence could have been one of the most unique survival titles in years. Unfortunately, poor design choices and outright bugs condemn it to being a decidedly less than average adventure.
Don’t Escape: 4 Days to Survive is an old school style point and click adventure that tries to stay grounded with real world solutions to the game’s many problems, while also presenting a compelling and somewhat epic sci-fi story.
A Plague Tale: Innocence is one of the most engrossing (and sometimes simply gross) adventure titles to come out in a long time. Set during a time of plague, it finds a vulnerable young French girl and her little brother trying to survive invaders, angry peasantry, the Inquisition, and billions of very hungry rats.
Into the realm of rogue-like adventure games like ADOM, Shiren the Wanderer, Nethack and others, we can add the delightful Tangledeep, one of the best RPGs of this type that we have ever played. Get tangled up in this great dungeon delver.
Although not particularly unique among stealth action games, Aragami: Shadow Edition is a solid title that will thrill those who like sneaking and stabbing in a semi-realistic cel-shaded environment. Give this one a whirl.
The new Mortal Kombat 11 launched with a robust single player mode in addition to the normal battle arena combat that gets the lion’s share of the focus and attention. While our reviewer will be looking at the whole package, we thought you might enjoy a detailed video of the single player adventure.
After stumbling a little bit in episodes two and three, The Council comes back really strong in its final chapters, cementing it’s legacy as a great narrative journey that perfectly balances storytelling, puzzle solving and meaningful dialog choices in a tight adventure game.
You will die far more than twice in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, a challenging game that has no difficulty setting other than hard. It’s a beautiful tale rooted deeply in Japanese folklore that also looks amazing. If you want some nearly impossible challenges and the resulting rewards, Sekiro is your game.