The best post apocalyptic pen & paper RPG yet?
Endzone, a game that does nothing perfect but still feels like a pretty good game.
Odyssey to the West is an enjoyable story-driven title reminiscent of the adventure games of days past, and inspired by the legendary Journey to the West.
A second part in a casual point-and-click series about a post-apocalyptic society ruled by robots.
Call Of Pripyat is the last and overall best entry in the series, that refines gameplay mechanics to a shine, and doesn’t surpass the first one only story-wise. An excellent conclusion to a legendary series.
Originally released for WiiU, ZOMBI is a porting not without flaws, but that manages to be carried by its excellent atmosphere and unique mechanics despite the problems.
Guerrilla Games delivers a superb open world action adventure with exceptional levels of polishing, great content variety and masterfully designed mechanics. Despite a rocky launch plagued by technical issues, Horizon Zero Dawn is now in the best shape it’s ever […]
Humanity has survived the apocalypse. It’s now time to wake them up from cryo sleep and start anew.
This is what happens when XCOM is set in a dark, horrific world full of angelic women and hideous creatures.
Calling this the Dwarf Fortress of 4X games would not be entirely wrong