The final book in the Steeplejack Trilogy, Guardian, gives readers an incredible ending that not only tells a great story, but makes a great bit of social commentary about the world today. Our reviewer loved this one more than just about any other book series.
Rainbow Skies is an adventure game that combines tactical turn-based fighting, deep dungeon loot diving, a little bit of Pokémon, and some light role-playing into a fun little adventure whose only flaw may be trying to do too much.
This week’s Time Waster is a game called Trial And Terror that Billy promises will challenge players that are looking for some fun puzzles to solve in their spare time.
On the surface Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom seems like a whimsical fairytale, full of anthropomorphic animals, genial sky pirates and a young king coming of age. But just below that surface is a much deeper game and story that is not to be missed.
Following on the heels of The Battle Begins, we find our hero, sick in real life but a master in the Bushido Online game, leveled up and fighting as only a samurai Ronin can. For anyone who ever wanted to get lost in a game, this tale will tantalize.
Looking great on the Nintendo Switch, Castle Heart is a unique little platformer about a brave but tragic knight who is slowly turning to stone. Developer 7Levels has done a masterful job on this one, which may capture your own heart as you play.
This week’s Time Waster is a browser puzzle game called FL!IP that mixes up the genre with some intersting mechanics and ideas.
Man the cannons and hoist the mainsail, as one of the best RPGs of yesteryear comes sailing back with a nautical and pirate-themed sequel. Pillars of Eternity: Deadfire is more fun than a barrel of grog, and should become an instant classic.
Barely three weeks after catching her biology teacher and mother’s killer, Erin and her friends are back at work, and up to their elbows in forensics projects. But this time it’s with the full approval of the appreciative authorities.
With Jeff Goldblum warning you not to try it, Jurassic World Evolution challenges players to build a park that will display thrilling dinosaurs for an adoring public, but without getting everyone eaten in the process. But is the pace of this simulation a bit too Jurassic?