Previews

Our Disappointing First Hours with Dark and Light

Dark and Light has been a very unusual sort of game to play. Granted, this game has just been released into early access and with that, there will be issues everywhere. I didn’t expect it to be as bad as it is now though. Typically, I hate to be very negative when it comes to early access game but when you load into the game, you are met with some extremely annoying issues right off the bat. Snail...[Read More]

Tangledeep: Our Early Access First Impressions

If you go down to the woods today, chances are it will not be a total picnic if you end up in Tangledeep. Bandits, treasure, and 16-bit adventure await you in this new title from Impact Gameworks. The latest in a long lineage of rogue like dungeon crawlers goes live on Steam July 19th and promises to pay homage to a golden age of gaming, when titles like Chrono Trigger and Secrets of Mana were bar...[Read More]

Razer Panthera Ready to Fill the MadCatz Void for PlayStation 4

For a while now fans of Razer’s Atrox for the Xbox 360/One have been hoping that they’d be able to get the same treatment for their PS4. Well, fortunately the wait is now over and the Razer Panthera has hit the market. And now that MadCatz is no longer in the picture, it looks like they’re in a great position to fill the void left behind, so to speak. There’s a lot to like about the Panthera and j...[Read More]

Splatoon 2’s Single Player Mode Is Worth the Purchase Alone

Since late last week, I’ve been playing Splatoon 2’s single player mode non-stop. I know, I know – I’m lucky. I only played a bit of the original Splatoon, as I didn’t own a Wii U (I’m ashamed, I admit it). But I loved the bit of the creatively non-violent shooter back then, and I’ve been counting down the days since the Switch’s launch when Splatoon...[Read More]

Atlas Reactor: Kitten Kabooming into Season 3 Chapter 3!

There is a whole lot of hoopla this week as TRION WORLDS team based arena battler Atlas Reactor launches Chapter 3 with the newest Freelancer. Nev:3 – The Kitten Kaboomer New Evolutionary Variant number 3, fondly known as Nev:3 pounces into the city of Atlas as Evolution Solutions (EvoS) Trust’s Community Manager. Known for her “catastrophic cattacks” she is the lab technician recruited by D...[Read More]

Lovecraftian Call of Cthulhu E3 Preview

It’s always perplexed me that there aren’t a ton of title that draw from the dark and cryptic works of H. P. Lovecraft. But, besides the Alone in the Dark series and a small handful of titles, there’s been very little direct Lovecraftian influence and the ancient ones.  Fortunately for fans of dark entities older than time itself that will one day devour the world the devs at Cyanide are taking an...[Read More]

Dragon Ball FighterZ May Be the Next Great Fighting Game

Dragon Ball FighterZ may be the next great fighter title. Not just for the Dragon Ball franchise, but for the genre in general. Gameplay wise things control similarly to other DBZ fighters, but there seems to be an added element that gives everything a hint of Marvel vs Capcom. The matches we played were 3v3 last man standing rounds and gave off the same high-intensity energy of the show’s fights....[Read More]

Aven Colony is Much More Than SimCity in Space

People have been saying it for months, Aven Colony is SimCity but in space. While that is true, it’s also an unfair blanket statement. It makes it sound as though it is a clone with an extraterrestrial backdrop. In my short time with Aven Colony so far, this is not a game of balancing economic booms with woes and the occasional disaster. This is survival far away from home. More is at stake ...[Read More]

Building Your Kingdom in Ni No Kuni II

Ni No Kuni II has a lot to live up to. The first was critical darling that was consistently praised for its brilliant art direction, captivating soundtrack, and deliciously traditional JRPG gameplay. And while Ni No Kuni II will feature a lot of what made Wrath of the White Witch so great, it is definitely taking itself in a different direction in a lot of interesting ways that will hopefully work...[Read More]

Hands On with Far Cry 5 – It’s Living Up to Its Pedigree So Far

Ubisoft’s latest installment in their long-running open-world FPS series, Far Cry 5 has already stirring a lot of talk. Mostly it’s been about the controversy surrounding the game’s plot; a rural area of Montana overrun by radical religious fanatics. But what about the gameplay itself? Fortunately we got some brief, but enjoyable hands on time with the title while at E3. Hands On Far Cry 5 First o...[Read More]

Star Trek Bridge Crew: Virtually Worth It! Check Out Our Hands On Preview

I have always been a fan of anything related to Star Trek, so a VR game of the name immediately caught my attention.  The fact that it’s everything I had expected Star Trek Online to be once upon a time added a lot of emotional texture to the experience.  For those paying attention to the industry all those years ago, early concepts for STO seemed to suggest that players might take on individual r...[Read More]

It Sucks Having an Insatiable Lust for Blood – Vampyr E3 Preview

You know, it sucks having an insatiable lust for blood and being an undead creature of the night. Imagine you’re a physician who’s been recently turned into such a beast and you decide to feast on a couple patients to satisfy your hunger. But your heinous and desperate act attracts the attention of an ancient faction of Vampire hunters who would love nothing more than to find you and put a stake t...[Read More]

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