Video Game Previews

Unavowed Let's You Unravel The Past on Nintendo Switch

We take a look at the port report for Unavowed on Nintendo Switch and see how well this gem of a game holds up on the console.

God Of Riffs Starts Shakily in VR

While there is some enjoyment to be had, God of Riffs is far too limited and imprecise to really stand out

Such Art: Genius Artist Simulator Made Me Feel Good For Making Bad Art

Such Art: Genius Artist Simulator has just launched into early access and it brings with it tonnes of charm and genuine moments. Here's our preview

The Sky Is Calling In Black Skylands!

Airships have become a accepted form of air travel from convenient flight to sky piracy. However, many times this is just a fun novelty or gimmick to enjoy. If you want your own airship and sky-high sea to explore, jump into Black Skylands.

Looking At The Casing of Encased

Humans are naturally curious and this drives us to explore and discover. So, if a huge dome with its own environment appeared out of nowhere, we'd probably want to investigate it. Take the role of such an investigator who goes into Encased with no chance of coming out.

Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy is Already Incredibly Ambitious

Unexplored 2:The Wayfarer's Legacy has just arrived in Early Access but it already has the foundations to be one of the best indies of the year

Wanting To Keep Knocking on Death's Door

We got our hands on Death's Door which shows promise with engaging combat, unique characters, and interesting worldbuilding.

Hot Wheels Unleashed Is Definitely a Racing Game

Hot Wheels Unleashed is an upcoming game from masters of the genre Milestone, featuring realistically rendered Hot Wheels cars and tracks.

Naraka: Bladepoint Gets To The Point

Naraka: Bladepoint is one of the few battle royale games that not only stays true to its genres roots, but also provides enough meaningful and fun gameplay mechanics to make itself stand out alongside its contemporaries.

Playing Indiana Jones in Phantom Abyss

Phantom Abyss is a new Early Access procedurally generated title that managed to nail it's unique "one-run" mechanic.

Terra Nil Preview

From the developers of Broforce, Terra Nil is a "reverse city builder" about restoring the environment.

Dreamscaper Brings Moodiness to Roguelites

At E3 2021, we had time to check out the latest developments on the lucid and surreal roguelite action RPG, Dreamscaper and how it has grown.

To the Rescue is Ruff but Incredibly Charming

To the Rescue is an animal shelter simulator coming out later this year. Here are our thoughts on what we've played so far

Tower Rush Combines Medieval Tug of War and Unit Upgrading Gameplay

Tower Rush combines Tower Defense/Tug of War gameplay with resource management keeping players on their toes. Upgrade your army as you develop strategies.

Graven is Making Some Grave Mistakes

Visually, Graven looks like one of the best retro-inspired games in recent memory, but the gameplay leaves much room for improvement.

Wolfstride: A Turn-Based Demo Of Robot Demolition

You could argue that the spectacle of giant robots fighting is never going to lose its shine. There are plenty of adventure and action giant robot games, but what about a turn-based fighting game? Well, Wolfstride answers that.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood Welcomes Players Back to Cyrodiil

With an all new adventure in a fan favourite setting, there’s never been a better time to jump into The Elder Scrolls Online.

Viscerafest is a New FPS True to Its Name

Viscerafest, an appropriately named Boomer shooter now in Early Access, has so much style, originality, and makes me feel giddy at the thought of blowing aliens up.

Humankind Gets Cultural in Course of Human History

Humankind offers more depth and a new take on the popular 4X genre with the additions of culture and avatar creation that looks to add more creativity and mechanics to the formula.

Scarlet Nexus' Promise Outstrips Any Warning Signs

The way Scarlet Nexus handles its storytelling across two protagonists and technical performance are the sticking points, but it offers glimpses of an exciting action game.

The Hand of Merlin Has a Hand in Fate

Sometimes even the most powerful beings need a helping hand and that's why Merlin is extending his. Take control of a handful of warriors picked by you and Merlin to fight against the invading cosmic horrors. Use strategic thinking and hope luck is on your side to try and reach journey's end.

Owlcat Games Goes Mythic in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is a different beast when compared to Kingmaker. This, however, showcases the strength of the franchise and the skill of the developers in positive ways.

Almighty: Kill Your Gods Is No Where Near Ready For Prime-Time

Almighty: Kill Your Gods is an ARPG/City Builder hybrid game that puts you in the shoes of a recently resurrected demi-god with a chip on their shoulder.

Void Arena Shows a Promising New Design for RPGs

Void Arena aims to be a better kind of RPG with no player levels, attribute points, or skill points. Can it deliver on that promise? Read on to find out!

Chivalry 2's Beta is a Perfect Taste of What is To Come

Chivalry 2's closed beta showed what is shaping up to be a a gory, chaotic, and all around exhilarating multiplayer experience that is bound to make a big splash upon release.

We Are the Caretakers is in Very Early Access, but Has Potential

We are the Caretakers is a neat hybrid real-time/turn-based strategy game with an Afrofuturism twist, but is still in extremely early stages.

War Mongrels is a Promising but Unsteady War Story

War Mongrels is an isometric real-time action game that puts you in the jackboots of two German deserters during the final days of World War II.

Boomerang X is Pure Gravity-Defying Action Bliss

If you're looking for a pure burst of action with thrown blades and impossible physics, Boomerang X delivers the pure thrills.

Judgment: The Next-Gen Difference

Judgment on next-gen consoles is a surprisingly high quality remaster that fixes every technical grievance from the PS4 version. The hardware is no longer constraining the game's vision, making it far more enjoyable.

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne Is Just As Difficult As You Remember

We take a first look at the HD Remastering of the PS2's Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster. Dive into a post-apocalyptic world filled with demons.

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