Console gamers who crave the precision offered by a keyboard and mouse can look no further than the Razer Turret, a newly minted, precision gaming keyboard and mouse designed exclusively for the Xbox One. And all those fancy colored lights are a cool bonus.
Billy is back to mobile gaming this week after his short break away. For his first time back out, he straps on his climbing gear and goes for the summit with a climbing simulation callled Hang Line: Mountain Climber.
In the Outward RPG, you’re not really special. You’re not a hero. And you certainly aren’t the chosen one. Yet you must still venture forth and overcome incredible odds with no handholding. Not every player will make it, but if you like challenges, you might thrive.
Wild is for sure an adult read, though the main plot involves a woman who can take the form of any animal at will. Once a month the full moon transforms her into a fierce wolf-like creature without a human conscience, which tends to make her relationships difficult.
We take a look at Cannon Arena in beta this week, a tank versus tank combat game that attempts to blend single and multiplayer modes, and do something a little bit different for this classic genre.
The Time Waster this week has Billy taking a break from mobile gaming as he checks out a PC game called Cuboid Keeper with an interesting take on shumps.
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.
Although a little cliched with a plot about a young teenager becoming a superhero in a time of crisis, Scales, Spirits of Chaos Book One is nonetheless a pretty good read for those who enjoy the superhero and young adult genres.
Billy is checking out SpellForce: Heroes & Magic this week and it’s a mobile game that brings the strategy of a PC series with it.