This week we review a disturbing visual novel called Raging Loop, modeled after one of those expose-the-werewolf type games. Don’t expect any relaxing slice of life stories or romance with this one. Raging Loop is all about blood, gore and horror.
This week The Skirmisher is racking his brain trying to figure out why so much effort is being put into remaking Final Fantasy VII when there are so many other worthy contenders that would make for a more fun experience. You know, like the game with the foul-mouthed squirrel and all the blood, or the best JRPG ever made.
Join the Modern Gamer Melissa Pierce as she talks about how she helped a mentally ill girl escape an even crazier psych ward with her talking rabbit. All it took was some chewed up toenails. Of course we are talking about Edna and Harvey: The Breakout 10th Anniversary Edition.
BIGBEN and Big Ant Studios are thrilled to announce that AO Tennis 2, the second game in the official Australian Open game series, is now available for PC in North America and will be released for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on February 11. Released to coincide with the Australian Open, the first major tennis tournament of the year, AO Tennis 2 offers an unprecedented level of depth and an extensive range of customization options for a tailor-made gameplay experience. In the brand-new narrative-driven career mode, you’ll be able to dominate the court, build your reputation, climb to the … Continue reading AO Tennis 2 Now Available
The aptly named Dead Dungeon is like a fun master class for platformer experts. It requires pixel-perfect movement in order to traverse its 50 levels while gathering deviously placed collectibles along the way. You’ll also probably die in this one, a lot!
Neal Sayatovich grabs the reins of his new Skirmisher column this week, taking over the retired Hardcore slot. And for his first time out, he’s taking on his beloved Nintendo Switch in an ‘The emperor has no clothes’ moment of either insanity or clarity. Come on in and see what kind of fun Skirmisher Sayatovich will get into on his new regular soapbox.
Neo Cab is a cyberpunk narrative adventure game where a feisty cab driver has to drive the electric blue neon streets of the Los Ojos metropolis while trying to both survive in the big city and solve a mystery involving the disappearance of her best friend.
Gamers starved for great Vampire: the Masquerade content can sink their fangs into the amazing Coteries of New York game, a narrative adventure dripping with the delightfully dark atmosphere of White Wolf Publishing’s classic World of Darkness.
Still There is a sci-fi puzzle game that features some really difficult scientific challenges. It’s earning a lot of rave reviews on other platforms, but the portable Switch screen might be a little too tiny for Still There’s many fine details.
The Cardpocalypse is here and the biggest enemy Billy has to face is this Time Waster is the game crashing at unexpected points.