Video Game Previews
Guilty Gear Strive's first open beta has proven that rollback netcode needs to become the future for fighting games.
Postal 4 is a game that many might argue doesn't really need to exist, but does it do enough to justify itself in the modern age of gaming?
Fights in Tight Spaces comes off strikingly unique, even if it could benefit from shaking up the moment to moment. It's stylish, fun and oh so replayable.
The Amazing American Circus combines Darkest Dungeon and Slay the Spire to great effect in its limited demo
It has vikings, Norse mythology, low-poly graphics, and fantasy elements. Still, Valheim hasn't quite captivated me yet, but it is easily one of the most polished, competent titles in Early Access to date.
We explore how to be the world's greatest criminal mastermind in Evil Genius 2, a highly-anticipated sequel to the classic strategy game from 2004.
Chump Team's new narrative puzzler shines due to its central AI character whose approach to "machine learning" is like nothing you've seen before
Zelda Souls is finally real, and the marriage of the two formulas is seamless. But constant crashes and bugged boss fights make Blue Fire impossible to fully experience.
Attacked and left for dead, an ex-detective tries to get her revenge on the people who wronged her. She quickly finds herself in over her head with a vast conspiracy.
Run and tumble through the future in Lunark, an upcoming indie 2D sci-fi platformer with gorgeous retro graphics.
Roguelike deck-builder, Roguebook, offers and interesting Slay the Spire like experience that could do with a little bit more
If there's one thing I've learned from HROT, it's that Czechoslovakia was a weird place in the late 80s. In my time with the first episode of this Early Access shooter, I came across floating, projectile-shooting heads, teleporting, gas mask-clad soldiers, and a rocket-shooting gymnastics pommel horse out for blood. That's just some of the horrors you'll come across in this trip of a retro FPS.
LGBTQ+ Space Opera, A Long Journey to an Uncertain End, offers an enticing, yet fairly stripped back demo
The Upcoming Soulsborne Metroidvania is a Pretty Romp in a Dark World
Everspace 2 is a fast-paced, action-packed spaceship RPG that allows you to explore a vast galaxy while customizing your ship. This Everspace sequel is gorgeously designed and offers plenty for you to explore and do as you battle outlaw spacecraft and mine distant asteroids. The Everspace 2 release date will be available soon, in the meantime take a look at our thoughts on the Everspace 2 gameplay and customization options.
Coming up on almost a year since the Japanese release of Persona 5 Scramble we're now a month away from Persona 5 Strikers gettin
As simple as it looks on the surface, Loop Hero is the kind of experience that grows on you. It's a game that isn't so much about playing out the hero winning so much as you making it possible for them to win in the first place. As for whether or not that idea can fully sustain this game until the credits roll, that remains to be seen.
Bleak-core should probably be its own genre at this point.
Deicide is a surprisingly common event in video games.
If you’re anything like me, the King’s Bounty series has been known as a fun romp through a series of games that were highly inspired by t
When I had the chance to play Scavenge
Have you ever found yourself in a supermarket with a compelling urge to just push all the shelves over?
Pop Culture is filled with excellent games, shows, and movies that follow a group of kids in a small town biting off way more than they can chew in
Let's not beat around the bush, World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth was one of, if not the worst, expansions for the longtime MMO.
The ocean is a great setting for video games. Since Sid Meier's Pirates!, people have been settings games on the open sea.
I think it’s fair to say that rogue-lites are a hard balancing act.
In 2007, the company 5th Cell, back in the days before they became known for Scribblenauts, developed a 2D platformer known as Drawn t
In September 2020, in a move we probably should have seen coming, Amazon
Peanut butter and jelly. Milk and Oreo’s. Strawberries and cream.
The 90s may have been the era of guts and gore thanks to games like Doom and Blood, but if Doom 2016 proved anything, it