Hades Review

HadesSupergiant Games Supergiant Games has always had a penchant of developing games that garner critical acclaim from both critics and fans alike. Bastion (2011), Transistor (2014), Pyre (2017), and now their latest digital offering—Hades. Like their previous games, Hades sports over-exaggerated, almost cartoonish graphics that are virtual kaleidoscopes of color. The vibrant menageries on display…

Crying Suns Review – A Great Science Fiction Roguelike Romp

  Crying Suns Alt Shift / Humble Bundle Certain titles throughout the PC gaming industry have been powerhouses in that they totally jump-started their own niche in the market or reinvigorate older ones. For instance, visionary games such as in the Dark Souls series created their own “Soulslike” subgenre. Meanwhile, Red Hook Studios’ Darkest Dungeon…

Iratus: Lord of the Dead (Early Access) Review – Are You Using That Body Part? ‘Cause I Could Sure Use it

Iratus: Lord of the Dead Unfrozen/Daedalic Entertainment There are many video games out there that allow you to play as the bad guys. For instance, in most fantasy strategy or role-playing games, you usually have the option to play as dark elves, orcs, and undead, along with the usual roster of humans, high elves, and…