Noo! Not another zombie shooting game, Tom! But, Internet Stranger, Ted By Dawn is pretty good for fans of the genre! How good? Well, good enough to write an article about it. But not good enough to review it? Well…you see…I, uh…I kinda suck at these games. Wait. You? Suck at a game?? Impossible! You’re… Continue reading
Having worked in a grocery store throughout my high school and early college days, I am well aware of the danger that is an old person behind the wheel of an electric scooter. Nothing is safe once they toss their cane in the wire basket, shuffle their old legs onto the platform, and put the… Continue reading
Guild of Dungeoneering is out today, and to celebrate Gambrinous released a musical launch trailer.
Prepare to be humming this tune for the rest of the day.
Guild of Dungeoneering’s official description: “Guild of Dungeoneering is a turn-based dungeon crawler with a twist: instead of controlling the hero you build the dungeon around him. Using cards drawn from your Guild decks you lay down rooms, monsters, traps and of course loot!”
Out now on Steam for $14.99.
FiolaSoft has revealed that the “Secret of Entity” DLC for their puzzle-platformer, Blackhole, not only adds 5 hours of content to the game, but it is absolutely free.
The total list of content added in with the Secret of Entity DLC includes: 5 hours of new gameplay, 12 new levels, 5 new achievements, 2 new dog tags, and a number of undetailed bug fixes and optimization tweaks.
Blackhole originally released back in February, obtaining a “very positive” review ranking on Steam where it’s currently available for $14.99.
Hi-Rez Studios’ free-to-play MOBA, Smite, is absolutely filled with skins for the game’s various gods and goddesses. Most of the skins are only obtainable with Smite’s premium currency, gems. However, each god/goddess has an alternative “recolor” skin (also known as a Tier 1 skin ) that can be purchased with the favor earned from participating… Continue reading
In the latest trailer for LEGO Dimensions, we get to see Gandalf, Batman, Doc Brown, and Wyldstyle run around with the 12th Doctor (played by Peter Capaldi).
I also caught a glimpse of Homer Simpson in the trailer, which I wasn’t expecting to see, but makes sense since there are apparently loads of LEGO Simpsons products available. Who knew.
Catch up on LEGO Dimensions by reading our LEGO Dimensions debut article.
Last Summer, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare took me by absolute surprise. PopCap Games took the original PvZ formula (stationary-based plants and aggressive zombies) and warped it into a team-based shooter that not only was a blast to play, but played homage to the franchise’s origins.
I absolutely loved Garden Warfare and highly reccomend it to anyone who enjoys third-person, team-based shooters. It’s very casual so you don’t need to worry about grouping up, and with tons of fun cosmetic items to unlock, the game offers an impressive amount of customization options that players can tweak.
Now, with the onset of PvZ Garden Warfare 2, we’re getting our first glimpses of all the ridiculous content being added into the sequel. According to the trailer: 100 new characters and 12 new maps.
Expect to see more coverage of PvZ Garden Warfare 2 in the coming months, gearing up for the game’s Spring 2016 release.
Picaresque Studios recently released a gameplay trailer for their upcoming role-playing game, Nantucket. Having spent a lot of my childhood in Cape Cod, I’m excited just to hear the idea of a game set in that area. The game’s trailer shows off its beautiful visual style reminiscent of art from the era. I can only hope that the game’s soundtrack is comprised of similar sea shanties to the one in the trailer.
It looks like Nantucket has a deep roleplaying system involving your crew and ship, with card based combat. Nantucket tells the story of Ishmael after the events of Moby Dick, as he hunts down the White Whale to redeem himself.
Bierzerkers looks like my kind of game.
When I can, I enjoy booting up a good multiplayer game with my friends while enjoying some beer. What’s better than drinking and playing a video game? Drinking and playing a video game where the characters are drinking right along with ya!
In Bierzerkers (pronounced “beer-zerkers”) when Vikings die they ascend to Brewhalla where they get to enjoy plenty of recreational drinking and fighting.
As a multiplayer brawler, players can choose from 5 different character classes to partake in what the developers are calling, “Fast, arcade-style gameplay.” I’m picturing Team Fortress 2, but filled with drunk vikings, —which I am 100% okay with.
Check out Bierzerkers on Steam Early Access.
As a kid, building forts was arguably the best thing to do on a rainy day. Grab some pillows, a blanket, anchor the blanket to the couch and drape it down to the pillows, and boom: makeshift living room tent. I always built the fort because it gave me a cool place to do homework,… Continue reading