Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground Review

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm GroundGasket Games/Focus Home Interactive Games Workshop’s Warhammer, specifically its Old World setting, has been loved by its fans for many years. But the venerable miniature wargame that has always headlined the franchise, Warhammer Fantasy Battle, was comepletely upended back in 2015 when the company decided to reboot the entire setting.…

Last Epoch Impressions

Last EpochEleventh Hour Games Diablo 2 pretty much introduced the whole action role-playing hack-and-slash genre to the gaming masses. But that was back in 2000. Since then, people have been hungry for something that captured that special feeling that Diablo 2 delivered. By most accounts, its successor, Diablo 3, didn’t quite scratch that itch. And…

Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous Beta Impressions

Pathfinder: Wrath Of The RighteousOwlcat Games As an old-school tabletop Dungeons & Dragons geek, I’ve admittedly never delved much into its cousin, the Pathfinder series. Unfortunately, I’m a little too busy these days to organize a Pathfinder tabletop group to play with, so Owlcat’s digital representation of the game makes it much easier to explore…

Hobo: Tough Life Review

Hobo: Tough LifePerun Creative Homelessness is a subject that is rarely explored in video games. And sadly, the irony is that the common person out there is usually affected by homelessness in some form or fashion, whether directly or indirectly (i.e. seeing homeless people around their areas, being asked for change, etc.). Whereas, with most…

Genesis Noir Review

Genesis NoirFeral Cat Den Would you attempt to move heaven and earth for the one you love? That overarching question is posited by developer Feral Cat Den’s new title, Genesis Noir, a cosmic point-and-click adventure that is just oozing with artistic flair. It’s about a detective who is ensnared within a love triangle involving his…

Legend of Keepers Review

Legend of KeepersGoblinz Studio I’ve never really delved into dungeon management games, not because I had anything against them, it’s just that there really aren’t that many out there. Apparently, one of the classic ones is 1997’s Dungeon Keeper and a more modern take on the genre is this year’s Evil Genius. Also this year…