While offering an interesting concept and some genuinely enjoyable gameplay, Skyhill is still trying to find it's internal balance. A few tweeks to the gameplay mechanics and some shaping up of the fighting systems and there's a solidly good game with lots of replay value to be had here. Read More.
Lost Dimension seeks to add a few twists into the strategy RPG genre - defer attacks to team mates, balance powerful abilities with costs to sanity, and ferret out traitors amongst your ranks. Though this preview can't go into what goes on beyond the second floor, what I did experience showed some promise, though time will tell if it can come through in the full product. Read More.
Fairy tales and urban legends aren't really real, are they? Because I don't think anyone told that to the urban legend that's kidnapped and probably mutilated loads of small children in this horror/thriller set in the woods of Norway. Read More.
Knights and magic together again, all in this turn based RPG in a medieval setting. Hire your troops, plan your attack and prepare to take back the land from those who'd dare to oppose you. It's up to you and your trusted companions to take what's rightfully yours! Read More.
A little girl with magic powers, a talking bear and an evil witch who wants to capture her for those very powers. Help the sweet, cute and ever so innocent Anna as she tries to save her grandpa and everyone else in this epic adventure that takes place everywhere from dungeons to magical towns. Read More.
Not only is Watch Dogs clearly a technical marvel just days before it's release, it also seems to have completely nailed the meta experience and tone of the game. When a small 15 minute demo offers so many ways to tackle objectives, we can only imagine how much freedom players will have in this enormous cyberpunk world when the game is finally unleashed on PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC on May 27, 2014. Read More.
Honestly it’s kind of hard to really talk about TESO since its name is so indicative of what it is – an online version of any other Elder Scrolls game. While it may be set far in the past it controls much like any of the modern games with the one concession of the other players in the world. There have been gameplay tweaks but the whole thing is just so familiar and comfortable to any fan of the series that it just feels like home. Read More.
All of this is captured neatly by the digital edition. It plays smoothly even on fairly weak laptops which helps this games appeal even more by making it portable. While it might lose some of the charms by losing the ability to move your pieces around on your own all of the convenience captured right here really makes it worth owning. Read More.
Ubisoft is on the verge of releasing the latest chapter in their immensely popular Assassin's Creed series, and we were made privy to an impressive hands on demo of the game's PlayStation 4 version at a preview event at the Amsterdam Brewery on Toronto's beautiful waterfront on October 22, 2013. Read More.
The first time you play a new game in the Dark Souls series you’re immediately going to feel like you’re in over your head. This is doubly true when there’s no instruction manual or strategy guide to pore over. You’re just going to have to figure this old the old fashioned way boys and girls! Luckily this is a game series where anyone who plays it is expecting to die plenty more times. Read More.
The multiplayer is definitely going to be the highlight of Air Conflicts: Vietnam, but the key to its ultimate success will be a large enough community to sustain a good number of rotating matches and varying opponents. Read More.
When Ascaron fell into bankruptcy several years ago following the delayed release of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, fans were left wondering what would become of their many popular franchises. Among them, the wonderful Port Royale and Patrician games were a trading fanatic's dream. Thankfully Kalypso Media picked up both the licenses for these franchises, and formed a relationship with new developer Gaming Minds who acquired much of the talent behind those fantastic games. Read More.
While I personally really enjoyed the shift in tone and direction that Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell series took with the most recent installment in Conviction, a lot of people lamented the shift away from hardcore stealth mechanics towards an action packed equivalent of a Jason Bourne film starring Sam Fisher. With the mixed reactions, Ubisoft certainly seems to be taking a kitchen sink approach to the latest Splinter Cell title, aiming to please those looking for the careful modern ninja gameplay of the original trilogy with the rollercoaster action of Conviction. Read More.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will breathe new life into the campaign. Read More.
The people at Disney remember how it was to play with toys from a toybox. Read More.