Hello and welcome to the Bammsters channel I am PFC Calico and today I will talk about last week’s Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By accepting you will be accessing content from YouTube,…
Draconus played the beta for Overkill’s The Walking Dead and give his thoughts on why you might want to hold off purchasing it for a bit.
Polygod or, what the heck is the point of playing anyway? “Polygod is a rogue-like, randomly generated, single & multiplayer FPS with a brutal difficulty curve!” And really that describes most of what you need to know about the…
Daemonical is one of the latest additions to the Asymmetrical PVP Arena. It’s a 5-vs-1 from a first-person perspective. All players spawn into an area as humans at the beginning of the match and by nightfall one of you…
Draconusx takes a look at a City-building/Strategy game called Hexters, from Draconus Entertainment. No relation…no really, we’re serious! This one came to our attention because of their company name and Drac got sucked into it.
The Void Rains Upon Her Heart is a bullet-hell, boss-battling, shoot-em-up with some dark themes and interesting game mechanics. The game is being made by one developer who notes the game contains subject matter based from anxiety, depression, and suicide as well as some light artistic nudity.
We take a look at Darknet, a VR- and PC based network hacking simulator, of viruses, worms and hydras!
A small game by the developer KillerKun, Planet Bash puts you in the moonboots of a small, well, moon, intent on killing the inhabitants of its parent planet.
For the king is an early access turn-based RPG game which resembles other RPGs where you walk through a world and face random encounters while working through a storyline to achieve your quests, earn experience, and gather equipment to help you along the way.
PFC Calico reviews the upcoming game Riskers – A top-down, action-filled story about a Garbage Collection Engineer who finds a suitcase full of cash.
If you’ve watched the TV series Once Upon A Time, with the idyllic township of Storybrook, and the more bloody show Grimm, you’d be forgiven to think Twistplay’s Torn Tales is somehow related to them; It’s a similar premise, but very different faerytale!