Apr
18

REVIEW: Will To Live Online

Will To Live Online is a fairly standard post apocalyptic MMORPG that could improve in the future, but as of now it doesn’t really stand out from the crowd with so many other similar games around.

Apr
17

NEWS: Battle Fleet: Ground Assault

Get Ready to Assemble Your Armored Battalion for Historical WWII Tank Battles in Mythical City Games Battle Fleet: Ground Assault

Apr
17

REVIEW: DragonFangZ – The Rose & Dungeon of Time

Rejoice! Finally, after waiting years, a Mystery Dungeon style roguelike hits the PC. DragonFangZ bares its teeth. Let’s take a look.

Apr
16

PREVIEW: Abandon Ship

Abandon Ship is the closest thing that you can get if you were to mix the FTL formula with an Age of Sail setting, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that this is just a copy of FTL in that context. […]

Apr
16

REVIEW: Band Of Defenders

Band Of Defenders is a promising tower defense with potential that still lacks in balance and progression mechanics, falling short in several aspects.

Apr
16

ARTICLE: Is Nostalgia Still a Good Marketing Approach for New Games?

When it comes to big games, each year the slate of releases rely heavily on the success of games in the past. Granted, some of these may be predecessors in the franchise or the game may be a tonal sequel […]

Apr
15

REVIEW: Bombslinger

Warm yer boots by the campfire friend. I’m about to recount the tale of the legendary Bombslinger. Whose sole mission is to rid the world of rootin’ tootin’ varmints and villians

Apr
15

REVIEW: Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings

It’s time to blend together a few carefully selected prime ingredients and mix up a brand-new thrill-packed, exhilarating adventure!

Apr
14

REVIEW: Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2

Accompanied by your mobster pal in CO-OP, indiscriminately mow down hordes of enemies.

Apr
14

REVIEW: Dead in Vinland

Dead in Vinland applies the successful Dead in Bermuda formula to a Viking setting, making a few changes along the way.