Point-and-click adventures are having a bit of a renaissance and The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a solid entry. The only trouble is it’s a comedy, which riffs off gamer and nerd culture, but our reviewer just didn’t enjoy the humor too much. Still, someone else might love it.
This week Billy checks out Chroma Squad! It’s a tactical RPG all about a group of stunt actors that try to start up their own Power Rangers-inspired show.
Hoi Chummers! Let’s Play the first few single player levels of Shadownrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown with a rat shaman named Herr Maus at the head of the team.
This week Billy returns to The Last Door with the newest episode, My Dearest Visitor. Does it stack up to previous entries in the horror series?
White Night is a stylish noir, survival horror, that gets so much right, but is let down by the writing. Traditional survival horror fans may be disappointed by the lack of scares in a game that’s best described as an interactive fiction or walking adventure.
The focus with new strategy title A Druid’s Duel on capturing tiles and formulating a territory, rather than simply routing the enemy, is a pretty interesting concept and, most of all, is quite fun.
Independent developer Full Control today announced the second expansion for Space Hulk: Ascension is available now for Windows PC, Mac and Linux on Steam.
This week we take a look at Gear Up from Doctor Entertainment, a free to play game on the PC that packs a surprising amount of destructive fun into a small, multiplayer package.
Sushee entertainment recently announced that their new horror adventure game, Goetia, is almost through it’s kickstarter campaign.
Welcome Time Wasters! This week I searched around until I discovered a game in development called Shiny Gauntlet. The protagonist of the game is a spirit that is trying to escape a dungeon. Shiny Gauntlet is an indie game that has rouge-like elements to it. The game drops players in a randomly-generated, unlit dungeon and has them run around as different classes killing monsters and collecting loot until they reach the end. What makes Shiny Gauntlet a little different from other rougelike games is that players don’t permanently have a class. Instead, the player’s class is affected by what weapon they … Continue reading Finding a Shiny Guantlet