Ground Breakers is an indie turn-based strategy game developed and published by UnitedIndie. The game released from Early Access June 15th, 2016. Ground Breakers offers players a few unique... by Damien Smith2 days ago
Mighty No. 9 (MN9) was released earlier this week, and it would be quite the understatement to say there's been a lot of news surrounding it. The game was developed by Inti Creates and Comcept,... by Jeffrey Rousseau14 hours ago
While gamers have been celebrating Resident Evil's return to its horror roots, Capcom is still trying to experiment with a multiplayer adventure.
Sadly, Umbrella Corps is just another failed... by Stan Rezaee2 days ago
Take a moment and imagine that it's the near future, and you are a broke bartender working in lowly hole-in-the-wall bar named VA-11 HALL-11 (affectionately called Valhalla) trying to make ends... by Evangelio Arencibia1 day ago
NeoWars is a 3D real time strategy game. And it's a great game to play to pass the time; it's so easy to get into.
The graphics in NeoWars are pretty crisp. It looks like the planets... by JunaeBenne2 weeks ago
Announced in the January of 2013, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is the collaboration between Nintendo studio Intelligent Systems, and Atlus - the developers of the Shin Megami Tensei series. While it... by D. W. Fisher3 days ago
Hard Reset Redux is a special kind of shooter that takes the simplicity of the genre and blends it with a cyberpunk setting.
Shooter games are always fun to play but it’s a genre that has been... by Stan Rezaee5 days ago
The Star Trek universe spans 50 years of TV series, movies, comics, countless novels and a galaxy of video games. Those games over the generations ranged from challenging strategy contests to... by Amazon Eliza Steel4 days ago
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, there wasn’t a clash between the dark side and the light side. Oh no, what existed was the fledgling Tibrim race struggling to form a new galactic... by James Leeder2 weeks ago
Remember playing "escape the room" puzzles? If you're like me, you probably played a lot of them in the computer lab of your middle school while you waited for class to start. The Crimson... by ChrisDeCoster1 week ago
Death is the only guarantee in Neon Chrome. With ever-changing levels and countless ways to meet your demise, death is the only way to learn and grow stronger as the game's heroic hacker. This... by Daniel Lopez1 week ago
Glitchspace is a nifty little puzzle game by Space Budgie, where you play in a digital world and use programming to manipulate objects to get to the next area. But you don't even need to know any... by HaruOfTime2 weeks ago
Lumo is a charming puzzle and platforming indie game developed by Triple Eh?, where you play as a wizard and explore a maze-like dungeon full of puzzles, obstacles, and traps. One of its most... by HaruOfTime2 weeks ago
The master global war simulator known as Hearts of Iron recently launched its fourth version, and Hearts of Iron IV continues to prove Paradox’s grand strategy games reign supreme. With many... by Jim H. Moreno1 week ago
Anomaly 1729 is a puzzle platformer with roots in the Portal series and The Talos Principle. You play a character discovering its own story; you wear a tool on your arm remarkably like that in... by Ray Hachey2 weeks ago
It's funny looking back now to our roundup of the most anticipated horror games of 2016, where we featured the asymmetrical titles Friday the 13th and The Last Year dueling it out: neither of... by Ty Arthur2 weeks ago
Ah, Warcraft. It's a series that has been in gamers’ hearts for over 20 years, from its roots as a real-time strategy game to the legendary MMORPG millions are familiar with. After remaining an... by Jack Einhorn (skullkid)2 weeks ago
Hello and welcome to another RR-sama Review! Today we'll be returning to the world of Pop Star in Kirby: Robobot, the latest Kirby title to grace the Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo has been quite... by D. W. Fisher2 weeks ago
I first played This War of Mine a few months ago, and can honestly say I had a lot of fun with it. That being said, I can absolutely see how this game would not appeal to the masses, and can... by Jack Einhorn (skullkid)2 weeks ago
It's the quiet moments in The Way that really shine through. The opening, which features almost no dialogue whatsoever, does more to communicate the worldview of Tom, the player character, and... by ChrisDeCoster2 weeks ago