Posts Tagged ‘pc’

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy is now available

by Charlie Grammeron May 17, 2017
Nippon Ichi Software was happy to announce that Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy has officially gone live on both PlayStation Vita and Steam for North American audiences to enjoy. Europeans will need to wait for May 19, 2017 to get their hands on the Vita version. In addition, the title features several discounts during the […]

Review | Slice, Dice & Rice (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron May 6, 2017
We’ve been given the chance to check out a new fighting game that lacks health bars, Slice, Dice and Rice. Will it pull off the one-hit-kill goal while remaining interesting, or will this work against it? Gameplay Slice, Dice and Rice is honestly a rather simple game, with a diverse cast, but each have three attacks. […]

Review | The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Episode 4

by David Pooleon May 2, 2017
It seems like Telltale Games is back on track with a set schedule despite previous delays. Now The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier is on it’s penultimate episode. After a fairly strong third chapter, this episode left some high expectations. Unfortunately, Episode Four, Thicker Than Water, suffers from odd pacing problems […]

Indygo attempts to get approval via Steam Greenlight

by Charlie Grammeron April 29, 2017
A narrative game featuring elements of point ‘n’ click titles, Indygo, has recently arrived on Steam Greenlight, seeking help to become a reality. The title is a narrative game set completely within a single room, and tells the story of a painter suffering from depression. One of the symptoms is proceeding isolation, and, as such, […]

Preview | Project Remedium (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron April 26, 2017
An upcoming title by Atomic Jelly, Project Remedium’s premise brings to mind the animated movie Osmosis Jones. It places you in the role of Nano+, one of several nanobots that have been injected into a sick patient. The title is rather fast-paced, and you will constantly need to be on the move in combat, but the […]

Review | What Remains of Edith Finch

by David Pooleon April 25, 2017
Giant Sparrow left a nice impression after we previewed What Remains of Edith Finch a month ago. It combined a sense of imagination with an interesting mix of emotions, and that was only from one short story. Now, having played the final game, it’s clear just what kind of story Giant Sparrow was trying to […]

Preview | Prisma and the Masquerade Menace

by Charlie Grammeron April 24, 2017
Shiny Bolt Games is in the middle of developing a new 2.5D side-scrolling platformer by the title of Prisma and the Masquerade Menace. The game didn’t really have any story content in the demo I  was able to preview, but it did give a solid grasp of the dimension-based gameplay mechanics through the first five […]

Warhammmer 40,000: Dawn of War III receives Fragments of War trailer

by Charlie Grammeron April 22, 2017
As Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III approaches release, Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe were thrilled to unleash the new Fragments of War trailer: The above trailer surfaces the defining features of the core heroes. These are Gabriel Angelos of the Space Marines, Farseer Macha of the Eldar, and Gorgutz ‘Ead’unter of the Orks. As […]

Syberia 3 receives launch trailer

by Charlie Grammeron April 22, 2017
Though it was delayed in North America, Syberia 3 will soon be upon us, and, as such, developer Microïds has shared a new launch trailer. This trailer can be seen below: You should prepare yourself as the new chapter will take you into the heart of Eastern Europe, through desolated lands, frozen lakes, unexpected encounters, […]

Review | Castle Battles (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron April 20, 2017
Having had a chance to check out Castle Battles, it’s time to determine if it lives up to its potential, or if it falls short. Is it a strategy game that you should check out, or is it one to avoid? Read on to find out. Gameplay The title is a top-down strategy game, and […]

Review | Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 1: Tangled Up in Blue

by David Pooleon April 20, 2017
Marvel has been taking a bit of a backseat on video game development up until lately. Despite their success with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they haven’t been doing many games based on those movies like they used to (unless you count Disney Infinity 3.0). Seems like they’re trying to make sure their properties get the […]