Quest of Dungeons developed by Upfall Studios is a game that I fell in love with the moment the first scene loaded. The game brings out the emotions of being a kid and playing with that precious retro console, which ...
Titanfall was going to be an amazing powerhouse of a game. It was going to revolutionize everything the world knew about first-person shooters. You would get to experience a universe of insane wall running, fast paced gunplay, and giant robots that would be used to wreck your enemies in ways we had never seen. So is […]
A shovel, the tool of gardeners and grave-diggers. How many times have you thought that my shovel would make for a great weapon in the instance my friend is transformed into an evil sorceress and I have to save her. I would like to make a guess at, never. Yacht Club Games obviously thinks very differently. Shovel […]
Take the average AAA city builder, remove traffic jams and district zoning and add a bit of urgency and personality. Oh, take away about four hundred years of technology as well. What’s left? That’s Banished. Shining Rock Software hit it home on this one. Not only did they successfully create a city building sim based in […]
A few months ago I reviewed a game called Warlock: Master of the Arcane. Overall the game was decent. It seemed to be very similar to Civilization in the overall gameplay, activities, and goals. Ok, the game was identical to Civilization if you were to add magic and dragons. Warlock was not a perfect game, it was rather flawed. Nevertheless […]
Do you have a unique family member? Maybe one who is fond of castles and smashing furniture with a sword? Rogue Legacy is not your typical retro throwback, “I want to be one of the cool kids” type of games. Yes it has a 16-bit style, yes it’s a “metroidvania” style game. Yes you smash […]