Kalypso has an eclectic, uneven publishing history. Tropico is a great series, but does anyone remember The First Templar? They might be a bit hit-or-miss, but for those on the fence, Immortal Realms is right in the pocket of Kalypso’s strongest releases.
This past weekend, the folks over at Bandai Namco held a closed beta test for the upcoming Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme vs. Maxiboost On. It’s currently in Japanese arcades but, barring any issues due to current world health events, it will be making its way to PS4 later this summer.
There’s an abundance of ultra-bloody 3rd-person shooting in RE3, making it a gory pleasure to play for fans of the series and genre, but is it accessible to people who aren’t that familiar with survival horror? Here’s a video guide to just how accessible Resident Evil 3 is for casual […]
Shortly before the world changed, the
pre-release build of World of Horror by indie developer Panstasz arrived
on X-Box game pass for PC. The 1-bit title screen immediately filled me joy.
Eldritch tentacles, mysterious cults, supernatural architecture, and creepy
lighthouses flashed onto my screen and I knew this game was going to sink its
scaly claws deep into my flesh.
As a videogame editor, most of my free time (of course!)
goes to videogames, but now that I’ve got a son old enough to actively
participate and a wife who’s all about any kind of games, I’ve recently gotten
back into boardgames as A Thing We Do.
The title of this article says it all, but I would like to give credit where credit is due and say that this piece was ultimately inspired by @CoreyMotley and @StephenTotilo. Custom art by @Alex_Connolly!
This isn’t a best-of list. There’s no reason to bother with one of those, since I’ve already been clear about the fact that the best game of the last decade is Deadly Premonition, and there’s no reason for me to spend time trying to justify the obvious truth of that statement.
Rustler’s alternate title “Grand Theft Horse” lets players know almost everything they need to about the premise. As a classic-GTA throwback offering a top-down camera and random, bloody violence, Rustler puts players in control of a petty criminal who elects to work his way up through the bleak medieval world he’s been born into via a series of thefts, murders, and extravagant pranks.
Welcome to This Is Not A Review. In these articles we discuss general impressions, ideas and thoughts on any given game, but as the title implies, it’s not a review. Instead, it’s an exercise in offering a quick recommendation (or dismissmal) after spending enough time to grasp the ideas and gameplay of a thing without necessarily playing it from A to Z.
The subject of this installment: the Revelations DLC for Age of Wonders: Planetfall, developed by Triumph Studios and published by Paradox Interactive.