Death Trash Review (Early Access)

Death TrashCrafting Legends Death Trash is a new action role-playing game (ARPG) that has recently been released into Steam’s Early Access program. It’s set in a variation of the post-apocalyptic settings you’ve probably seen in other genre franchises such as Fallout and Wasteland. But instead of having to contend with mutated creatures (and humans), you’ll…

Jupiter Hell Review

Jupiter HellAmplitude Studios/Sega Back in the day, I used to play a lot of fighting games. If I could have crawled into a Street Fighter arcade cabinet and lived there, I would have. Then Doom came along and became my next obsession. The now-classic shooter that is Doom has had such a far-reaching effect on…

The Ascent Review

The AscentNeon Giant / Curve Digital Developed by Neon Giant and published by Curve Digital, The Ascent is set in a dystopian cyberpunk world called Veles. You, the player, step into the well-worn work boots of an Indent—which basically makes you part of the indentured servant class. All of a sudden, the megacorp that you…

Mortal Shell Review

Mortal ShellCold Symmetry It seems that every time I turn around, there’s another game coming out that is trying to copycat the magic that FromSoftware created with their Dark Souls franchise. Having played as many of these copies, dubbed “Soulslikes,” none of them really came that close to emulating any of the Dark Souls titles—at…

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor Prophecy Review – A Massive Step in the Right Direction for an Already Great ARPG

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor Prophecy Neocore Games Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr debuted back in June of 2018 and many people thought that it played similar to a Diablo-like ARPG (action role-playing game), only set within the Warhammer 40K universe. Unfortunately, it also came loaded with its share of nasty, almost game-halting bugs and a fairly…

Titan Quest Anniversary Edition Review – The Version We’ve All Been Waiting for

Titan Quest Anniversary Edition Review Ironlore/THQ Nordic Ever since my early days I’ve been a fan of pen and paper RPGs. In fact, I still am, as nothing can quite compare to their organic feel as you play through a campaign, whether it be set in a post-apocalyptic, western, science fiction, or fantasy settings, with…