Halo Wars 2

The first edition in the subseries, Halo Wars, was released right around eight years ago for the 360. That was a joint venture between the then named Microsoft Game Studios and Ensemble Studios. It coalesced basic real time tenants within the Halo-verse realm. With the odds stacked against (usual RTS-on-console control mismatch, melding facets of a shooter to fit a completely different genre, et c...[Read More]

Dead Rising 4

I have fond memories of the original Dead Rising game. I played the demo (remember those?) repeatedly until the day came when I picked it up after its full release. It was everything I wanted it to be and then some. There were masses of zombies and a myriad of ways to dispatch them. Added to the mix were fellow survivors in need of being rescued and some rather unhinged people who needed to be dea...[Read More]

Super Dungeon Bros

I’ll be honest, when I saw that Super Dungeon Bros (SDB) was to be launched and become instantly a Games with Gold I was a touch worried. It’s like seeing a sequel to a movie you liked being direct to DVD release, you instantly meet it with a tinge of doubt. For me, at least, it sends a message that either the game isn’t that great or, more likely, it’s filled with microtra...[Read More]