The last decade or so of Zelda games haven’t had the same spark we saw in the late 90s and early 2000s. Thankfully, Breath of the Wild is possibly the best Zelda game ever released, – a welcome franchise shakeup after so many years.
Atelier Firis will either completely charm you or drive you mad.
Beamdog resurrects the role-playing classic for a new generation of gamers. The concept of videogame remasters is a strange one. Some, like Activision’s Marvel: Ultimate … Continue reading “Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition review”
Check out the latest trailer for Aven Colony — a sci-fi city building game with a large survival component.
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King, a Steam game from indie developer Castle Pixel, is a throwback Zelda-like in the vein of A Link to the … Continue reading “Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Quick Look”
The Collectible Card Game (CCG) market has grown rapidly since the release of Blizzard’s Hearthstone. With so many games drawing from the same well of … Continue reading “Faeria review: Card collecting and strategy mix in this slick free to play Steam game”
Crossy Road is a landmark in the development of mobile gaming. Hipster Whale fused the endless runner and Frogger to make a runaway hit notable … Continue reading “Twisty Sky review: This iOS climbing game doesn’t quite reach Crossy Road’s heights”
Splody, a Bomberman-like multiplayer extravaganza, has just arrived on Steam. It comes from a small team called Dashing Strike. Despite limited resources, the developer has … Continue reading “Splody review: An indie Bomberman game for Steam that plays like the real thing”
Soon you will be able to control entire armies and conquer Mordor in the latest open world action/adventure game from Monolith Productions.
Resident Evil 7 debuted in January, breathing new life into a franchise whose last few main entries hadn’t been well-received. Although some people have taken … Continue reading “Resident Evil 7: Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC review”