It took Todd a long time to review Prey: Mooncrash, one of the most challenging but also rewarding DLCs to come out for a core game in a long time. Come see why this is one DLC that is practically required playing if you dare to brave the core Prey game.
We Happy Few is one of the most unique adventure games ever created. Set in an alternative history where Germany conquered England and then left again, the 1960’s happy façade is easily cracked, revealing some terribly dark elements just below the surface.
If you were hoping that Destiny 2: Forsaken could rekindle some of the amazing glory of the original game, then you are in luck. Almost everything about Forsaken is done right, and that includes the new Gambit gameplay mode, which is insanely fun to play.
Unexplored: Unlocked Edition is a slam dunk if you’re hankering for another title in the Roguelike genre, even if it isn’t the most visually appealing game to play on the big screen. The gameplay though is smooth and fun, and enables nearly endless play.
More of an experience than just a game, The Mooseman draws heavily on tribal cultures and ancient wisdom to create a truly unique, and at times breathtaking, experience where videogames meet and embrace art.
Packed with stunning visuals, an engaging murder mystery, interesting characters that are a cross between humans and animals, deep combat and a world shared with Stories: The Path of Destinies, there is a lot to love about Omensight’s unique gameplay and story.
If you miss the golden age of cooperative videogame playing, then Pode for the Nintendo Switch may bring back some of that excitement. See if our two reviewers enjoyed Pode’s beautiful little romp of co-op goodness straight through to the end.
Tales of Broken Wings takes place in a quirky and colorful cartoon world populated with air pirates, aeronautical inventors, belligerent blimps and fantastic flying fish. Jump into the cockpit if you enjoy a good twin-stick challenge.
Although it doesn’t offer much beyond the ability to peek under the skirts of a few schoolgirls, the Gal Gun series has earned a cult following. Gal Gun 2 won’t do much to change that, but does provide a bit more campy fun.
Although interesting in concept, with a soul trying to escape from a beautifully rendered Hell, Agony has a surprisingly dull story, and takes to falling back on it’s gore factor, sexual innuendo and shock value to try and keep things interesting.