Much like Episodes 1-4, the current tale is a perfect continuation of what is a casual "choose your own adventure".
A fantastic psychedelic adventure which gives a whole new meaning to using your head.
A bit of a mixed bag unfortunately, but there are still elements of Tom vs the Armies of Hell that could make it worth a look in.
A sea-based rogue-lite RPG. Overfall is certainly an interesting game, and much deeper than its simplistic presentation would suggest, but it leaves something to be desired all the same. Read our full review to find out more.
Following successes Warcraft/Starcraft, Blizzard are fiercely introducing new properties. While MOBA Heroes of the Storm is proving popular and card battler Hearthstone is dominating, but what is next? A team based FPS naturall...
Gearbox Software are back. After a Nukem sized tumble in 2010, big glob of acid to the knee with Aliens Colonial Marines and now finished with DLC/pre-sequel/current gen re-release of Borderlands 2 they return with a new game.
Stories: The Path of Destinies presents a very interesting concept in combining choice based narrative and action RPG, but does it offer enough to really make an impact?
The first episode of this Noir thriller garnered a guarded positive response - rough, yet full of potential. But does the second episode build on the positives or perpetuate the negatives?
Soul Axiom is a rather interesting game, to say the least. A sort of sequel to the 2013, and similarly curious, Master Reboot, Soul Axiom is set in a digital world.
Review of the surreal adventure game Between Me and the Night.