The first quarter of any year is generally pretty slow as far as big-name titles go. Not all is lost however, the slow period can be a great time to release potential gems on the indie or smaller front. I believe I’ve dug up 10 such games releasing over the next three months. Hopefully, by the end of the list, you have found at least one game to be excited about.
It’s that time of year again where every single person, alien and dog creates an end of the year style list, contributing to an ever-growing pile of lists that slowly but surely dilute the increasing pool of game of the year awards. Progressively draining away the significance of the term until it will eventually become a meaningless concept to join the cemetery of dead things that will somehow be blamed on young people despite the fact that the age of the average gamer is 35!
This isn’t a review of Foxhole, but I want to talk about it anyway. I discovered it through a friend a few days ago and picked it up on a whim because it’s currently on sale for 10.99$ On Steam. I’ve got so much more to experience in Foxhole, but I can say it was already money well spent.
I am a very loud advocate of difficulty settings in games. Having access to a wide variety of user-controlled settings guarantees the best possible experience for the player. I myself […]
I’m 31, I’ve been gaming since I was a wee-lad. In that time I’ve witnessed all kinds of debates about gaming as a whole. This is one of the strangest. I never thought I’d need to write an article where I say that Video Games need to be fun. That’s kind of assumed? Cars need to drive, Boats need to float. Entertainment products need to entertain.
The last quarter of every year is usually packed with big-name titles. But in between your Death Strandings, Outer Worlds and Call of Duty’s some legitimately interesting titles can fall to the wayside. I’ve compiled a list of 8 recent or upcoming games you may have missed!
Paradox Interactive let fly a ton of new game announcements at PDXCon. I’ve compiled a list of them together with their trailers and some of my thoughts.
Worbitals console version is nearly identical to the PC version. My review of the PC version is completely relevant to the console version and I recommend you check it out if you haven’t already. The biggest difference is the control scheme. Thankfully Worbital works great on controllers. I had no trouble adapting to it, despite having put in hours upon hours of Worbital with a keyboard and mouse.
There is something attractive about a game that tosses you into a hostile world and simply says, survive. The genre isn’t for everyone but I find the concept of attempting to survive against dangers that can have permanent consequences thrilling.