Tag: local co-op

Apr
18

REVIEW: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Although it can feel boring and repetitive sometimes, it’s still a fun game to play.

Jan
04

REVIEW: Haven

A romantic stroll through a bizarre sci-fi future, Haven offers a casual co-op experience that’s decent enough, though it may be too corny for some and too light on feature for others.

Dec
22

REVIEW: G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout

Cobra la-la-la-la! Or is it Yooo Joe? Whichever you pick, ready yourself for the fight and lead your forces against the enemy to establish your dominance or protection over the world and its people.

Nov
08

REVIEW: Unrailed!

Unrailed! offers the most fun when you play with your friends, whether online or in person. However, in spite of having 4 different game modes, there’s little variety in the gameplay, so it’s worth holding out on a sale to […]

May
31

REVIEW: Kingdom Two Crowns Dead Lands

A strange crossover, Miriam is now much weaker, but the monarch is now more powerful, if blessed with less good horses.

May
04

REVIEW: Mana Spark

Plunge into the depths of this challenging roguelite

Feb
13

PREVIEW: Nom Nom Apocalypse

A scrumptious looking roguelite to whet your appetite

Oct
22

PREVIEW: The TakeOver

An old-fashioned beat ’em up that takes a great deal of inspiration from the classics and still manages to secure its own place as a unique and worthwhile experience in modern gaming.

Jul
17

REVIEW: Mercenary Kings Reloaded

When the evil forces of an organization called CLAW have occupied a secret island, it’s time to tie your bandanna and free the world of another menace.

Aug
19

REVIEW: Solstice Chronicles: MIA

You will have to find a way past all the hordes of mutated people and creatures and make it back alive. The premises sound simple, but this game has surprising variety and content, as you will soon read about.