Medieval warfare comes together in an interesting enough setting in Legends of Eisenwald, but it's wrapped in a dragon sized mess of questionable mechanics and frustrating scenarios. So while our brave heros could have a wonderful world in which to prove their mettle, we're left with a world in which more of their time is spent waiting around while the player tries to find the right place to click the mouse just to proceed with the simplest of tasks. Read More.
More than anything else I kind of wish Ori would make up its mind. On one hand it’s a gorgeous, emotional experience with some fun and responsive platforming fun. Then on the other hand it feels like a tough as nails platforming hell type game. Both of these games are fun but with it swinging back and forth it really creates an uneven experience that does kind of get in its own way. Read More.
Zany and weird for all of you out there who like that alongside your face smashing and bashing. Or lip smacking and talking. Or...listen, just help our your friends already. Enemies. Whatever, there's a bunch of people and who may or may not like you and you have to help them, whatever it takes and that's just it. And you get to wear a mask. Awesome! Read More.
Double Barreled combines a Wild West movie with the mechanics of Guess Who in storytelling. Read More.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse doesn't quite meet the expectations built up by its previous title, but it remains a fun title to play through. It provides a number of extra collectibles to find, an oddly asymetrical co-op mode, and a number of stages to explore, despite its less-than-stellar story. Still, a recommended title for people who just want more line-drawing, Kirby-controlling fun. Read More.
News and Features
The developer and publisher will now serve as an independent game development studio and will "continue to focus on creating exceptional online games for players around the world, and now as a multi-platform gaming company." Read More.
The collaboration was announced via a interactive browser game called Info Quest II. Read More.
Today during the PlayStation Experience, EA's Peter Moore revealed that players of Sony's consoles and handheld can download free games from their library. Read More.
"PS4 will be the only console this game ever appears on." Read More.
Raymond's future plans are not yet known and it is unclear if she will stay within the gaming industry. Read More.