Steins;Gate first came out for the XBox 360 in 2009. It was shortly thereafter adapted into a manga and, later, an anime series and an animated film. It was recently ported over to Steam* for Windows. Steins Gate. Some know it as Fate; to others, it is the will of God. The game starts off… Continue reading Butterfly Effect: Steins;Gate Review
7 Days to Die is a voxel based “survival horde crafting game” with a tower defense feel being developed by The Fun Pimps. Set in a post World War 3 apocalyptic world where a new virus causes dead human beings to return from the dead as zombies, you must gather resources and the knowledge to use them to survive. And right now, it looks to be one of the best, if not the best, zombie genre games ever.
Think survival horror meets Minecraft and you've got a good idea of what this game is like.
If you're like me, you love the zombie genre, but are sick of all the half-assed attempts at zombie survival games out there. Well, be sick no longer, friend. 7 Days to Die is the elixir you've been waiting for!
The first thing you're going to notice when you start up your first single player game or multi-player server is the huge amount of customization available in the setup menus. Whether you want a Walking Dead style game experience, 28 Days Later type, or something in between, it can be done in the setup menus. I assure you though, the first thing you're going to want to do when you start up is to turn the difficulty and zombie spawn rate down.
This game can be very unforgiving at “normal” settings. You've been warned.
So I’m back playing World of Warcraft again. Even though I swore I would never be back again. I did pretty well though. I stayed away for around 3 years. Why I’m back is a story for another time. Why the fact that I am back is relevant to a review is this: I… Continue reading Review: World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor
About two months ago, I got a text from our editor, Ryan, telling me I should check out this game called Spellfall. I generally listen to Ryan's suggestions since he's pretty good at identifying mobile games I'll enjoy. On top of that, I was in the market for a new game to play on my… Continue reading SpellFall and the Problem with Pay to Win
For those not familiar with Telltale’s The Walking Dead games, in the first installment (or season), you play as Lee, a man who was on his way to prison, who comes across a young girl named Clementine shortly after the zombie — or in this world, “walkers” — outbreak. Clementine is about eight and has… Continue reading Choice and Morality: The Walking Dead’s Clementine
This week we review the new free to play MMORPG from Perfect World Entertainment, Swordsman. This epic MMO is inspired by the novels of Louis Cha and is set in the Ming Dynasty. We talk about avatar development, graphics, gameplay, Group play, story and the game interface. We received copies of the Heroes Pack… Continue reading Episode 125 – Swordsman Review
Recently I received a gift of Divine Divinity and Divinity: Original Sin on Steam as a belated birthday gift from one of my best friends, David. He had been keeping watch on Divinity: Original Sin while it had been in development and thought I might like it. I had never heard of the series nor… Continue reading Review: Divinity: Original Sin
When I hear a game is free to play I think “yeah, but....” The “yeah, but...” being me wondering is it going to be worth trying? Will I have a fun experience, or will I run into a pay wall straight away? Will I enjoy the aesthetics of the art and the game design,… Continue reading Review: Warframe
Let's just say that when I heard that ZeniMax Online Studios were developing an online Elder Scrolls game to be published by Bethesda Softworks, I was less than excited. I felt that the aptly named Elder Scrolls Online seemed like a cash grab using an intellectual property that was better than that. Don't get me… Continue reading Review: The Elder Scrolls Online
Age of Wonders III was released at the end of last month by Dutch developer Triumph Studios. Please allow me to share my thoughts about it with you. Let me start right now by stating that I really enjoy Civilization V. The Heroes of Might and Magic series isn't bad either. All of this being said,… Continue reading A Review of Age of Wonders 3