Robert, Nathanael, and Erik drop by before Thanksgiving to discuss more Fallout 4, Star Wars Battlefront, 20 years with Rayman, World of Warcraft, PS2 Backward compatibility, and more!
King Art Games attempts to revive the point and click adventure games on consoles with their latest release, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2. Does this 20-hour adventure have what it takes to keep you clicking? Find out in this review!
There's a very easy test to see if you'd like Sublevel Zero, the new PC game from Sigtrap Games. I'll even link it here. Go on. I'll wait. All right, did you like what you saw there? Then congratulations, this is the game for you.
PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate is an arcade style, twin stick shooter, puzzle game where you control a mining ship that heads deep into the planet to rescue survivors and collect gems whilst killing various enemies and avoiding deadly traps. Check out The Digital Gamer's review on PC
Bounty Train is a unique game from Daedalic Entertainment. With its own unique take of the train simulation genre, you must strategically plan and maneuver between trade routes in order to complete missions and build a new rail route. Check out The Digital Gamer's PC review here.
Kromaia Omega releases today on PS4. This new take on SHMUPs finds you piloting a nimble spacecraft in full 360 degree space dogfights reminiscent of oldschool StarFox, with gargantuan bosses and unlockable spacecrafts that provide new challenges going through previous levels. Ryan Johnson at The Gamer's Lounge got to sit down with the game and gives his review.
One Upon Light is a new indie top down puzzle/suspense game that puts you in the shoes of a scientist that, due to a series of unfortunate events, finds himself unable to set foot in light, and must slink through the shadows to get back to his lab to figure out what happened and how to reverse it. Ryan Johnson of The Gamer's Lounge helps you decide whether to let this one slink back into the shadows or shine some light on it, though those two descriptions may be backwards from what you think...
Join John as he demonstrates and reviews PureGaming.org Retro Game Collector Apps for iOS.