From refugees of Blizzard Entertainment, Carbine Studios brings an immense, impressive, and immutable experience that shows the passion that many an MMO creator seem to lack as of late.
There is good reason to shoot at anything that moves in Vlambeer’s Luftrausers. Everything else will shoot back quickly, violently, and accurately. And that is just the way old school gamers like it.
Roguelike, or roguelike-like. Whatever side of the fence a gamer may fall on, will Shattered Planet hold the secret to enthrall them for hours? Read on to find out!
Ever the RPG enthusiast, Imitanis has been playing the latest game to be published by the RPG powerhouse that is NIS America. How does Battle Princess of Arcadias fare on the PlayStation 3? Read on to find out!
Imitanis has been playing the latest game in the Angry Birds franchise. Does the game stand up as an RPG, and is it littered with in-app purchases? Find out inside!
Demon Gaze is a dungeon crawler and the first of its kind on the PlayStation Vita. It took over a year for the game to come to the West, but was it worth the wait?
The GemCraft series of games have been floating around flash portals since 2008. What started as a game that fused tower defence with RPG mechanics became a highly replayable series. Does this latest iteration live up to the standards of its predecessor?
NIS has a long history of producing games from the villains perspective with their Disgaea franchise, but they take it to a whole new level with the titular witch of this PlayStation 3 game. Will the foul-mouthed woman turn players off? Find out inside!
Miley Cyrus hit headlines with some rather famous twerking at the MTV Video Music Awards last year. Imitanis takes a look at a game based on her exploits. Does it match the expectations we have for a star of this caliber? Read on to find out.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is the sixth game to use the South Park license. Is the magic touch of series co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker the ingredient that has been missing from previous games? Or is a good South Park game just a pipe dream?