The Pit: Infinity Kerberos Productions There is an emerging subgenre of first-person shooters called looter-shooters that is becoming quite popular since one of the biggest ones, Tom Clancy’s The Division, debuted a few years ago. In The Division and other… Read More »The Pit: Infinity Review – A Decent Budget Shooter
Narcos: Rise of the Cartels Kuju There have been many, many TV shows that have been adapted for the silver screen. Take the original Star Trek TV show (the one from the 60s), which although was pretty hokey, had some… Read More »Narcos: Rise of the Cartels Review – Good Concept, Bad Execution
Age of Wonders: Planetfall – Revelations Triumph Studios / Paradox Interactive Having played all of the Age of Wonders games, I was really cautiously optimistic about how the latest game—called Age of Wonders: Planetfall—would fare. Luckily, it was a critical… Read More »Age of Wonders: Planetfall – Revelations Review – A Masterful DLC Worth Playing
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Respawn Entertainment / EA Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest in a long line of Star Wars games to be released over the past couple of decades. But does it have enough going… Read More »Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review – Can it Carry the Star Wars Mantle?
Red Dead Redemption 2 Rockstar Games Around this time a year ago, Red Dead Redemption 2 debuted to much fanfare on consoles and it was all well deserved. People were practically doing back-flips in their gushy admiration for this title,… Read More »Red Dead Redemption 2 Review – Was the Hype Well-Deserved?
Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack Paradox Interactive Being a fan of science fiction as well as an author of the genre, Stellaris has been a source of constant joy for me. Not only is this game ripe with a multitude of… Read More »Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack Review – Stony Cold Killers
Moons of Madness Rock Pocket Games / Funcom Science fiction has always been a natural fit for horror because the settings are usually within the isolation of cold space. There are countless movies and video games that feature this coupling,… Read More »Moons of Madness Review – An Unsettling Trip into Insanity
Mistover KRAFTON Red Hook Studios’ Darkest Dungeon was such a trendsetting game that it became rather iconic since its inception back in beginning of 2016. Being an icon in the gaming sphere can mean that there will be loads and… Read More »Mistover Review – A Unique, Anime-inspired Dungeon Crawler
Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare KK Game Studio KK Game Studio’s Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare game had an interesting concept when I first spied it back in early 2018. Although it was still in Steam’s Early Access program, you could not only manage… Read More »Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare Review – A Brilliant Combination of Genres
Hell Let Loose Black Matter Pty Ltd / Team17 Digital Ltd Back in June of this year, I previewed Black Matter’s Hell Let Loose, a gritty World War 2 shooter that I said at the time was “one of the… Read More »Hell Let Loose Review – Does it Live Up to the Hype?