Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is actually quite a surprising game. Given that many crowd-funded games haven’t lived up to expectations, fizzled out or just flat-out crashed and burned; it’s surprising that Regalia contains some of the warmest characters, delightful story elements and stylish gameplay that many expected to be in the bigger crowd-funded games. Just from the outset of the story, I kne...[Read More]
Vikings are often noted as being some of the more badass historical figures, and Expedition: Viking exemplifies this to the utmost degree. Feeling as if it was pulled straight out of the first season of Game of Thrones, Expedition: Viking throws players right into the thick of things from the get-go. But while the tone and feel is absolutely nailed throughout the game, I often found there to be wa...[Read More]
To simply say that Beholder is a simple adventure game would do it a great injustice. It’s ambiance, characters, and it’s reliance on the player’s own morality and ethics to make decisions allow the game to stand out. Not only were there multiple times that I found myself questioning whether or not I should turn in an individual to the government (or The Ministry), I felt a distinct uneasiness kno...[Read More]
Call of Duty jumps into the world of sci-fi; a dark, somber, dirty universe.
A solid sequel to last years DragonBall Xenoverse, but plays it a bit too safe in areas that count.
WAGGHHH! Translation: Finally, a Warhammer Fantasy game.