Originally released in 2015 in the west, Lost Dimension is a curious game. Blending turn based strategy with a traitor system that changes up every playthrough, it’s certainly not like [ … ]
MachineGames’ debut title Wolfenstein: The New Order revived the aged series and stayed true to its roots. The New Colossus continues this course and surpasses its brilliant predecessor in every way. In an [ … ]
Kickstarted games certainly haven’t gotten the best reputation over the past few years. Even with successful projects like Divinity: Original Sin and Darkest Dungeon, the high profile failings of Mighty [ … ]
2012’s release of Dragon’s Dogma was an absolute surprise: action-packed combat, a complex and especially fun class system and unique design decisions elevated this game from the contemporary market standard.
The Dark Knight may have kept Gotham save in Telltale Games’ Batman series but in Season Two it’s Bruce Wayne’s job to keep the streets clean. And those are pretty [ … ]
Coming after both the disappointing Ultra Despair Girls and Danganronpa 3, Danganronpa V3 marks a return to form for the series. It may not be the perfect sequel that people [ … ]
Life’s tough on Sebastian.
In December 2009, a game with the title Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors started a craze in Japan. Critics loved the mixture of visual novel and escapist gameplay, its [ … ]
Atari is naturally present on the gamescom 2017 as well. We take a peak at three upcoming titles.
Nippon Ichi Softwares America, better known as NISA, showed us their very diverse line-up at the gamescom that we do not want to withhold from you.
Russian publisher 1C Company with its European business conducted through the Czech Republic doesn’t only show off action and simulation games, at gamescom we take a look at three other [ … ]
We were able to spend some time at SEGA’s Gamescom booth and play two sequels to two very iconic game series and we’re willing to share the information – isn’t [ … ]