A Metal Slug type flashback to a simpler time. Tribute Games adds an abundance of levels, weapons, and more in this beefed up version of their 2014 Shoot-em-up. Sean Comer has the Mercenary Kings Reloaded Edition Review.
Warhorse Studios makes a bold statement by making a game that takes medieval life seriously, without the fantasy elements of other games. Providing players with difficult combat, a real need for sustenance, and other perils along the way. Stewart Lange has the Kingdom Come Deliverance Review.
Bayonetta 1 & 2 become the latest ports from the Wii U library to show up on the much more popular Nintendo Switch. Stewart Lange gives his thoughts on how the games play on the hybrid console and outlines the new additions to it as well.
Omega Force and Koei Tecmo try adding something new to the Dynasty Warriors series. Unfortunately, the open world only ends up hurting the game and stripping away what makes it fun. Stewart Lange and Paul Leazar have the Dynasty Warriors 9 Review.
Capcom brings a somewhat more streamlined Monster Hunter game to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While still maintaining the gameplay depth and complex systems hardcore fans enjoy. Marc Morrison has the Monster Hunter World Review.
From a Pico prototype to a beautiful masterpiece. The first Game of the Year contender has arrived from Matt Makes Games. As Madeline, you are taken through 30 levels of challenging platforming and left breathless by everything else around it. Randy Isbelle has the Celeste Review.
A brother suddenly finds his sister has disappeared and along with a stuffed doll must solve puzzles and defeat bosses to discover more of his sister’s whereabouts. Stephanie Diaz has the Albert & Otto Review.
Digital Dreams Entertainment LLC created a flawed, but fun alternative to Madden on both consoles and PC. Bringing with it a cheaper price and a more monstrous appeal as well. Daniel Anderson has the Mutant Football League Review.
Destructeam builds a point-and-click adventure that borders on a visual novel set in a Cyberpunk universe. Can the characters handle the consequences of their choices? Wes Harrington has The Red Strings Club Review.
Media.Vision and Bandai Namco made the first really successful Digimon game a few years ago with Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth. Two years later, the return to the series with a side story bearing new characters, but a lot of the same as well. Sean Garmer has the Hackers Memory Review.