Sometimes a gamer needs a break from the fast-paced action games that have been very popular in the past and still continue to be to this day. Usually after a long adventure game or a heavy RPG with a steep learning curve, I need something more casual to chill out while watching anime or martial arts … Continue reading Wallet Crusaders – Kingdom: New Lands
As a huge fan of physics-based games, Human Fall Flat immediately caught my notice. I bought it, downloaded it, and then accidentally forgot about it. After hearing news about it coming to consoles in the near future, I figured I'd boot it up and give it a shot. Human Fall Flat is a challenging physics … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Human Fall Flat
Participants from the Closed Beta, as well as the unfortunate few that were unable to play For Honor when it went live January 26-29, will have another shot! Open Beta access will be live on February 9th - 12th for Playstation 4, Xbox One & Windows with the full game launching on the 14th! These are … Continue reading For Honor Open Beta will be live soon!
If you aren't familiar with The Walking Dead, you probably don't get out much, as it consists of a comic book series, books, video games, and a television series. It all takes place in the Unites States of America, mostly in Georgia, during the zombie apocalypse. Told episodically with three seasons to date, Telltale Games's The Walking Dead is … Continue reading Telltale Games: The Walking Dead Season 1
Welcome back, gamers! Today I'll be discussing Starbound; an affordable indie gem that I've been following throughout it's development. After launching a Kickstarter-style pre-order on the Humble Store and Steam back in 2013, Chuckle Fish Games was able to raise over 2 million dollars. After a few years, Starbound was released from its early-access beta. At the moment, Starbound … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Starbound
Having launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, Rimworld set some very high expectations for itself. I'm often quite weary of Kickstarter and Early Access Steam games, and avoid playing them until many of the kinks have been smoothed out. This time around I decided to give it a try due to the fact that it reminded me … Continue reading Early Access Review: Rimworld (Alpha 16)
With Torment: Tides of Numenera currently in Early Access on Steam, I've been extremely anxious to dig back into the realm of Planescape. Since the last few Early Access games I purchased were somewhat underwhelming, I decided to reinstall the original cult-classic Planescape: Torment and get reacquainted with the planes. Originally released for PC in '99, Planescape: … Continue reading Retro Throwback – Planescape: Torment
Dead Space is a science fiction game that served as the grounds for the survival horror series that developed after over the years. We follow space engineer Isaac Clarke as he and the rescue crew of the USG Kellion are sent to a distress call from a planet cracking starship called the USG Ishimura. What … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Dead Space
DOOM's newest and last DLC, Bloodfall, will be featuring new maps, features and more! The 3 maps announced were: Outbreak, Boneyard and Empyrian. New additions that were revealed during the trailer were the lateral thrusters, grenade launcher, new armor (the cultist) as well as new taunts. We even see a brand new demon called the Spectre … Continue reading DOOM’s newest DLC Bloodfall gets a trailer!
Square Enix not only announced a release date for Nier: Automata during the PSX Experience on Saturday, but they also leaked a date for the demo! Nier: Automata is a sequel to Nier, an action RPG, and besides the little bit we were given during the press release there really hasn't been an indication of … Continue reading Demo for Nier: Automata gets released later this month!