Minecraft Dungeons – An Exciting New Recipe

Rarely do games in a franchise ever branch off outside of their assigned genre in a successful manner. Halo Wars and PvZ: Garden Warfare are good examples of series making mostly graceful transitions. The same can be said for Mojang Studios and Double Eleven’s hack-and-slash…

Review: Kings and Heroes (Steam)

Kings and Heroes is a classic MMO ARPG style game, with solo or co-op available. It left early access last November, but saw a very rocky start with frequent server restarts and such. As such, I decided to wait and…

Review: Mulaka (Playstation 4)

Mulaka is a game that came across the ethereal surface of my existential desk recently. I had been following the development cycle for Mulaka a little, and was definitely interested to see how this game would play out. On the…

Review – Titan Quest: Ragnarök (Steam)

Introduction Who would have expected a DLC pack for Titan Quest in 2017? I sure didn’t. True, Ragnarök is a new expansion for the Titan Quest Anniversary Edition, but keep in mind that this is the remaster of a 2006…

The Witching Hour ’17 Night Six: Isometric Horror

The shadows gather around us once again. Take our hands and wander with us into the darkness where the monsters gather. We’re bringing you 31 horror reviews in October. Whatever you do, don’t let go of our hands lest you…

Nioh: Complete Edition / 仁王 Complete Edition Finds Its Way to PC on November 7th

I’ve seen people asking for this repeatedly on Steam over the last six months at the very least, and it seems Koei Tecmo was listening. Nioh: Complete Edition / 仁王 Complete Edition officially releases on Steam on November 7th! There isn’t…

Review-Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (PS4) An Epic Lost World Tale

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana is the latest in the long running and popular Ys series. I’ve played some of the previous games in the series and enjoyed them, but they weren’t on the top of my personal favorites list.…