Review | Little King’s Story (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron August 29, 2016
At the start of this month, Little King’s Story was released on PC. How well does the port stack up? Story The story of the game follows the young Corobo, who, after running into the woods after some mice, stumbles upon a glowing crown...
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Review | King of Fighters XIV Wants the Fighting Game Crown

by Josh Boykinon August 29, 2016
2D fighting games have a storied history in arcades, but they’ve also been a big presence in the console market. Street Fighter V’s release on PS4 and PC made a splash, but broken netcode held it back from larger succe...

Review | GoGroove BlueVIBE FXT Headphones

by Adam Larckon August 17, 2016
While plenty of headphones still have gamers wired to a controller or computer, it’s nice to run into a pair of Bluetooth headphones to allow for more freedom. What normally bogs down Bluetooth sets, though, is the cost. A good Blue...


Review | Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

by Adam Larckon August 14, 2016
I was hesitant on Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Previous Lego games had either focused on three movies or an entire series. Now, we had an entire game trying to focus on one movie. While Traveller’s Tales did what they could to tr...

Review | Duelyst

by Adam Larckon August 14, 2016
To call Duelyst just a Hearthstone spin-off would be a disservice to the game by Counterplay Games. The team put a lot of work into balancing cards for different groups and to try and get players deeply invested in each duel. Oh, and each game plays like a strategy RPG with cards. ...


Review | Drawful 2

by Adam Larckon August 14, 2016
Jackbox Games has had a huge success with their party packs. One of the standout titles to play with friends on mobile devices had to be Drawful, where friends could trace out a hint to show everyone how terrible their mobile drawings are, allowing for plenty of laughs and inte...

Review | Pac-Man 256

by Adam Larckon August 13, 2016
Pac-Man 256 was an entertaining endless running on iOS, and continues to hold my attention on Xbox One. The title is based after the infamous glitch of Level 256, and sees a glitch continuously come at you from the bottom of the screen as you keep racing up, trying to get a...

Board Buzz | Scythe Review

by Adam Larckon August 13, 2016
Stonemaier Games’ Scythe may be one of the best tested games that I’ve run across in a while. Based on a universe drawn by Jakub Rozalski, Scythe lets players take control of one of five countries and jobs to try and build and harvest enough to come out on top a...


Review | Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode One: Realm of Shadows

by David Pooleon August 4, 2016
Earlier this summer, Telltale Games allowed us at GotGame to preview their newest adventure game, Batman: The Telltale Series. Now that the first episode is available, fans of the Da...
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Review | Chime Sharp

by Josh Boykinon August 4, 2016
I’ll admit that I’m a sucker for music puzzle games. When the Playstation Portable came out in North America in 2005, I wanted the system to play one game: Lumines. It felt like Tetris set to music, and the reward of the music responding to my plays just did something pheno...
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Review | Steamworld Heist

by Josh Boykinon August 4, 2016
2016 has been a year for great turn-based strategy games. Both XCOM 2 and the new 3DS Fire Emblem titles were great additions to the genre, but a small indie title from Image and Form International AB deserves recognition as well. Adding the 2D side-scrolling fl...