About a month ago I reviewed Super Star Path from DYA Games. Super Star Path caught me off guard, I was simply not expecting to have as much fun with the game as I did. I enthusiastically awarded the game 5 out of 5 stars, and recommend it to anyone who enjoys classic arcade titles, or those looking for something new, affordable, and straightforward to play for a few nights.
Dearest Mother, Verdun is a very tough video game, It all began as I was crouched in a muddy crater, having just spawned into Verdun for the very first time. My buddy, Steve, was the squad’s officer/mobile spawn point, and was crouched next to me. He had his map out and was trying to figure… Continue reading
I managed to get through the past Steam Summer Sale without spending a penny. I played the little Monster Clicker game long enough to realize I didn’t like it, and that was that. Kind of a dud sale for me, but clearly plenty of gamers thought otherwise. I first saw this chart on Polygon, and… Continue reading
If you’re a long-time reader of Epic Brew, you’ll have picked up by now that I really enjoy first-person, narrative-driven adventure games. From The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to A Story About My Uncle, I really enjoy exploring worlds that developers have constructed to be played through the eyes of a particular character. Kholat is… Continue reading
So this is kind of cool. I used to work late nights/early mornings and as background noise I would watch a Twitch streamer named Thorlar tinker around in Minecraft. His streams were super relaxed, positive settings, and I just generally enjoyed listening to him talk about what he was doing, answer questions from the viewers,… Continue reading
Even though it didn’t make it into my Top 5 Things of E3 2015 list, what was shown of Rise of the Tomb Raider at E3 was super impressive. To further whet gamer’s appetites, a nearly 15-minute gameplay demonstration is available for viewing on The Tomb Raider Chronicles’s YouTube account. The video (above) shows Lara Croft pulling off some impressive physical stunts in the Siberian Wilderness.
Visually, Rise of the Tomb Raider looks amazing, and while I have not yet played the rebooted 2013 version, I’m eager to install the game after watching this super intense bit of gameplay.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 later this year. Additional platform releases are expected.
As is the case every year, there were tons of great new titles announced at this year’s E3 event. From expected behemoths like Fallout 4 and Star Wars Battlefront and The Last Guardian, to many little surprises along the way, it was a blast watching these games debut along with the rest of the world…. Continue reading
So far we’ve given you a total of ten great indie games that are currently discounted during the Steam Summer Sale (List 1 and List 2, in case you missed them). Now we’re about to double that number, by adding in 10 more indie games to the accumulative list. All of these games hold… Continue reading
The other day I started playing a point and click adventure called The Silent Age. About ten minutes into the game I ran into a scene that upset me so much I had to stop playing. After thinking about it for a bit, I decided to write this article on something that, to some people,… Continue reading
Through the Woods blipped on my radar yesterday as I was cruising through Kickstarter looking for cool new games. Usually I’m not one for horror games, simply because I don’t think it’s scary —nor fun— to play a quiet game in a poorly lit environment with loud noises being triggered every so often. That’s just… Continue reading