High Tale Studios' new title Acorn Assault Rodent Revolution is a strategy game that has you battling through the French Revolution as a squirrel, defending your acorns from the greedy king Louis and Marie Antoinutte.
Posted 23 hours ago by Cindy Minguez, 10 comments
Beautiful visuals and smart boss fights come together to make this indie run and gun something special, but it's certainly not without its faults. Plus it's kind of similar to Dark Souls.
Posted 5 days ago by Kevin Tavore, 7 comments
With the imminent release of Halo Wars 2 on the horizon, Halo Wars: Definitive Edition gives players another chance to return to the battlefield as well as possibly introducing new fans to the series.
Posted 7 days ago by Lexley Ford, 24 comments
Crypt of the Serpent King is a port of an Xbox 360 Indie title, a simple dungeon crawler full of stereotypical high fantasy enemies. If you've seen screenshots, you know it looks terrible but does it play any better?
Posted 7 days ago by Sam Quirke, 33 comments
Every shoot 'em up has its hook. In Polarity Flow's Steel Rain X, the gameplay revolves around its three different ship formations. While we're at it, let's toss in some progression and management mechanics.
Posted 10 days ago by Kelly Packard, 5 comments
A perfect blend of action RPG and tower defense, Deathtrap is a game from a developer that clearly loves the genres and the game is nothing short of magnificent.
Posted 12 days ago by Kevin Tavore, 72 comments
Remember Bridge Constuctor? Well, meet Bridge Constuctor Stunts! It's a follow on game that sees you flipping your trucks off bridges, which is fun... for all of two minutes.
Posted 13 days ago by Megan Walton, 11 comments
I know that you've played Farmville on Facebook already, but listen... now there's Stardew Valley, a beautiful game with a lot to experience and it deserves your attention.
Posted 25 days ago by Kevin Tavore, 30 comments
Telltale Games owes a great deal of its success and newfound household name status to their work with Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead. Their third season has arrived and it's a new frontier for everybody.
Posted 26 days ago by Mark Delaney, 19 comments
Difficulty is certainly subjective. While one person may struggle for hours on a game, another may breeze through it. Feist is one such game that fits this criteria. Dare you play and risk the frustration?
Posted 27 days ago by Marc Hollinshead, 11 comments
Taking some of the best aspects of Dead Rising 3 and combining them with Frank West sounds like a perfect match. At times it is, but for all the improvements that Capcom has added, there are a number of missed opportunities.
Posted 29 days ago by Dave Horobin, 42 comments
Billy Goat Entertainment's Her Majesty's SPIFFING is an alternative and fantastical look at the events in Britain following the landmark decision to leave Europe, and its intention is to draw a laugh from you.
Posted 30 days ago by Rebecca Smith, 11 comments
The latest expansion for The Crew allows players to enrol in the police force for the first time. However, as fun as the police chases can be, the missions and new content seems quite limited.
Posted 30 days ago by Andrew Ogley, 15 comments
Making the jump from phone to console for its 10 year anniversary, Sky Force is a fun top down shooter that is easy to jump into and exciting to play at the same time.
Posted 1 month ago by Megan Walton, 11 comments
Steep was a surprise announcement at Ubisoft's E3 conference this year, seeing the publisher take the ailing snow sports genre off piste to new, open-world horizons. A bold move for sure, but has it paid off?
Posted 1 month ago by Sam Quirke, 21 comments
Wand Wars pits you against other magic users in fast-paced battles. Fight over the merlin ball in multiple modes for a maddening challenge in this quirky, funny game.
Posted 1 month ago by Cindy Minguez, 4 comments
10tons is bringing yet another destructive puzzler to home consoles after enjoying success on smart phones. If you've played Baseball Riot then you'll be on familiar ground, but does Tennis in the Face offer anything special?
Posted 1 month ago by Sam Quirke, 8 comments
Over the last couple of months, plenty of Adventure titles have been released. The Little Acre needs something special to make it stand out from the bunch but has it managed to do this?
Posted 1 month ago by Rebecca Smith, 12 comments
Games come in all shapes and sizes nowadays and gamers have seen all sorts on their consoles, both good and bad. Energy Cycle is one such title that may have us questioning why some of these games even exist.
Posted 1 month ago by Marc Hollinshead, 56 comments
Do you like westerns? How about retro-styled games? Do you like role-playing in games that adapt to your behavior? If you're interested in any of that, you'll want to check out Westerado, a deceptively clever indie.
Posted 1 month ago by Mark Delaney, 33 comments
"A Final Fantasy for fans and newcomers alike" they say. No one can deny that this a Final Fantasy unlike any other, but has an illustrious franchise captured the essence of what makes modern RPGs so beloved?
Posted 1 month ago by Kevin Tavore, 107 comments
The dictionary definition of silence is the "absence of any sound or noise." In Daedalic's Silence, it's the name of a fantasy world where everything and everyone are not as they seem.
Posted 1 month ago by Kelly Packard, 21 comments
When it comes to high fantasy, Dwarves are one of the most well-known species, yet they are often relegated to smaller roles behind their human and elven counterparts. How do they fare in the limelight?
Posted 1 month ago by Lexley Ford, 5 comments
Bucking the curse of the middle episode, Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood offers another solid storyline with plenty of supernatural tendencies, setting the scene nicely for the final part of the trilogy.
Posted 1 month ago by Rebecca Smith, 15 comments
Picture that one boss through which you desperately parried and dodged, only to be wiped out by an insane attack that defied your reflexes. Furi takes that heart-hammering frustration and makes a whole game out of it.
Posted 1 month ago by Sam Quirke, 7 comments
The Dishonored series presents a delicious and diabolical opportunity for those who struggle with their inner nature. So the question becomes, "What kind of player are you?"
Posted 1 month ago by Jonathan Barnes, 29 comments
Yesterday Origins is a game that seeks to bring challenge back to the genre. To be frank, it is the decision that turns out to be this game's saving grace.
Posted 1 month ago by Rebecca Smith, 10 comments
A good, solid and fun title that is just a few niggles short of being a great title. Perfect for dropping in and out of, and hard not to enjoy in short bursts. Crafting and skill tree is surprisingly deep for such an action title.
Posted 1 month ago by Andrew Ogley, 8 comments
It's fair to say that the original Watch_Dogs did not live up to the hype that surrounded it before release. Now, with Watch_Dogs 2, we have a new hacker, a new city, and new expectations.
Posted 1 month ago by Megan Walton, 20 comments
By now, all of us should be well acquainted with remasters. Recently, another was added to the list. Darksiders 2 got the treatment last year but now the original has been polished up. Is it worthy of the title "Warmastered"?
Posted 1 month ago by Marc Hollinshead, 28 comments
Moto Racer 4 is a game with its roots deep in the arcade racing scene of the nineties. With unique racers, shortcuts, and huge jumps, it definitely is what it hopes to be. But can a nineties arcade racer be good today?
Posted 1 month ago by Kevin Tavore, 17 comments
This year, Infinite Warfare has coped with its poorly-received reveal and its competitors, both direct and indirect, releasing to critical success. The game itself is finally here, so how does it fare?
Posted 1 month ago by Andy Mills, 26 comments
Landfall and tinybuild have brought a new title to gamers that challenges them to run, run, run while never touching the ground. Clustertruck will make you look at semis in a whole new way.
Posted 2 months ago by Cindy Minguez, 20 comments
Having only released five years ago on Xbox 360, a remastered edition of Skyrim on Xbox One was a surprise to some. The question is whether the improvements make this remaster worth the money?
Posted 2 months ago by Megan Walton, 27 comments
Super Dungeon Bros is a Games with Gold title for November 2016. While not always true, the case is such this time: you get what you pay for. Click through to see what makes these dungeons so torturous.
Posted 2 months ago by Mark Delaney, 33 comments
Titanfall 2 is everything that you could possibly wish to find in a sequel, answering all of the negatives of its predecessor. A must own for any first-person shooter fan.
Posted 2 months ago by Dave Horobin, 18 comments
The vehicular combat genre is seriously lacking in current times. Developer Gamepires is entering the ring with Gas Guzzlers Extreme, a port of a 2013 PC title. Let's see how they did with their first venture on the Xbox One.
Posted 2 months ago by Kelly Packard, 13 comments
Since Saturday Morning RPG is a video game that is not shy about paying homage to the cheesiness and outrageousness of decades past, we're willing to accept, embrace and even love this cliche.
Posted 2 months ago by Kelly Packard, 14 comments
I sympathize with Bathoryn, the protagonist of Slain: Back from Hell. Many nights I'm also crudely awakened from a peaceful slumber to dispatch foul demons and free the land of their stench.
Posted 2 months ago by Jonathan Barnes, 51 comments
Mordheim has made the jump from the tabletop to video games, but can its turn-based strategy gameplay stand out from the crowd?
Posted 2 months ago by Kevin Tavore, 19 comments
Set during World War 1, Battlefield 1 takes us back 100 years to “the war to end all wars”, providing us with the best Battlefield campaign we’ve seen in years and a welcome evolution to the well-established multiplayer.
Posted 3 months ago by Dave Horobin, 24 comments
WRC 6 is a title that is clearly aimed at fans of the sport, making the rally experience fun and enjoyable regardless of driver level. It's not quite as hardcore as Dirt Rally, but this is for the fans and not the drivers.
Posted 3 months ago by Andrew Ogley, 6 comments
Triangle Studios debuts a game on consoles that is reminiscent of old arcade titles like Super Pang (even Galaga) without being a carbon copy. The Bug Butcher has its own personality as Harry stomps some really big bugs.
Posted 3 months ago by Cindy Minguez, 2 comments
One Hundred Ways is a mobile puzzler ported to Xbox, and reminds us of the dark side of choosing not to curate a digital games store. It's totally avoidable unless you want a somewhat easy, but boring 1000 G.
Posted 3 months ago by Mark Delaney, 12 comments
Every game starts the same way with a barren and lifeless planet. Your job is to breathe life into the world using the four different elemental giants that are at your command, but how does it feel to be omnipotent?
Posted 3 months ago by Lexley Ford, 12 comments
While other top down racers may have failed to deliver, in drifts Mantis Burn Racing. We've been promised "stunning visuals, tactile gameplay and bumper to bumper racing", but does it deliver?
Posted 3 months ago by Megan Walton, 14 comments
When RIDE made its debut last year, it was plagued with long load times and never managed to leave mediocrity. With RIDE 2, Milestone has attempted to thwart these issues. Have they managed to keep that promise?
Posted 3 months ago by Marc Hollinshead, 5 comments
In collaboration with developer Perfectly ParaNormal, Manual Samuel is the latest offering from Curve Digital and it's a game that can make you laugh out loud.
Posted 3 months ago by Cindy Minguez, 5 comments
True nostalgia without the need of rose tinted spectacles. A brilliant addition to the 'Metroidvania' genre packaged in a wonderful homage to the 8-bit origins. A must-have title for the fans of the genre.
Posted 3 months ago by Andrew Ogley, 20 comments
With The Coalition at the helm, many fans are apprehensive as to how the latest title will fare. Will it meet the standards set by Epic's trilogy, or will it be seen as a flop like People Can Fly's Gears of War: Judgment?
Posted 3 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 79 comments
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