Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is something of an unexpected spin-off, but that does not prevent it from being a creative delight. Ethos reviews the game after the click.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has finally arrived, but Ethos has already been playing it for three weeks. Therefore he wrote a review for anybody hoping to confirm their hype for the game. The only thing left to do is click and read.
Weyland-Yutani is up to their HILARIOUS antics again in Alien: Isolation, reviewed by everyone’s favorite Bup! Expect lots of ACME-made contraptions, safes falling on heads, and terrifying alien creatures skewering people with spiked tails.
Mel reviews the newest entry in Nintendo’s brawler franchise as it has been adapted for the handheld environment. How has the gameplay transitioned and how does the new content on offer fare? Give it a read and be better informed!
“Objection!” “Hold it!” “Get over here!” Wait, wrong game. Sorry!
Martial Arts take a lifetime to truly master, but with One Finger Death Punch, any of them can be used at will to demolish scores of stick figures with complete and utter impunity!
What is worse than the taste of orange juice just after one has brushed their teeth? Why, the final episode of the Bioshock: Infinite saga, of course!
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!