20 years after the original Age Of Wonders, the franchise has put out its fifth game, Planetfall, doubling down on mixing 4X and Tactical Turn-based combat, this time in a futuristic setting.
Experience the life of a man from infant to Bringer of Yellow Light, through a series of magical challenges that takes you repeatedly into a dark realm
Gibbous is a delightful Point-and-Click with a visual style that reaches back to old classics of the genre, and a richness and softness not completely disconnected from that of the Animation Renaissance
Beautiful scenery, minimalistic UI, haunting score, and puzzle mechanics that have you soaring as a literal bird one minute and playing as a child the next – What is not to like about Vane? Well, a few things…
Surviving Mars and its initial DLCs came out last year, and while we’ve been getting into it on the PC platforms, we decided to review a console version, specifically the PS4 release and the first DLC, Space Race. Before we…
Grimshade is a party-based RPG with a turn-based combat system that takes place in a world at war. There are monsters and magic, in the form of a substance called Ether, and anthropomorphic creatures you’ll encounter, some that will fight alongside you throughout the story.
Drac reviews Video Kid on the Nintendo Switch.
Project Hospital is the latest in the recent flurry of hospital themed games and sims, going hard on the sim-part, and easy on the Nitrous-Oxide.
It’s 30 years in the future, and humankind has effed up the planet’s environment so badly that they decide to microwave it from space. This of course goes wrong, something fails and you’re sent alone to the moon 5 years later to investigate! Yup, us humans just ain’t getting smarter in the next couple of decades.
I adored this game and I am going to replay it. Perhaps I’ll choose the mage this time around, new story, new play style and best of all new challenge.
Good story, vibrant world, interesting characters and challenging. What more do you need?
This second installment into the Mexiverse from Drinkbox games features some amazingly visually vivid levels, 4-player Co-op, new wrestling moves, sassy new bosses, twice the enemies, and apparently quite a bit more “fowl” creatures than the previous one. Unfortunately I…