The Gamer’s Lounge asked their community what their Game of the Year was, but to make it more personal it didn’t have to be a 2018 release. This was the title that “made” their 2018 perfect for gaming.
Storm Boy is hard to review as a gaming website. Storm Boy the Game is more of an interactive telling of a classic Australian children’s book that’s been translated to film twice. The game can be relaxing and zen-like if you take your time through it, but it can also be plowed through in about twenty minutes. Parents should review the game beforehand to prepare for the questions their kids might have at the end.
Spintires: MudRunner-American Wilds does an excellent job of something not many vehicle games do: recreate the sphincter-tightening thrill of being on an unstable road for the first time in your driving career, when you suddenly realize that you aren’t one hundred percent in control. While the jobs don’t sound that thrilling, the challenge of getting from point A to point B is more than you may imagine.
Earth Defense Force 5 continues in the tradition of the series with no real regard to story besides “There’s monsters, blow em up!” While a little rough around the edges, EDF5 provides some good mindless gaming, something missing in today’s modern gaming society.
Call of Cthulhu has been around for a bit, in novels, in tabletop board games, books and a few video games. This latest entry from Cyanide Studios focus on a mystery with the intent to scare gamers. Does it succeed? Is the game worth $60?
We’ve all been there, where a game didn’t meet expectations, a peripheral didn’t do what you wanted it to, or a console failed to live up to the hype. What is your biggest gaming disappointment? This week’s Gamer’s Lounge Community Question asked just that. Hit our Facebook page to join in for next week.
For nearly two decades after its initial release, Corpse Party has remained unique in its design, characters, and perception of horror that is still unparalleled to this day. From the ever evolving lore to the personalized experience each game gives you, Corpse Party sticks with those that play it with tailor-made playthroughs and memorable moments that are as shocking and sad as they are mysterious and profound.