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Aegis Defenders Review | Hop, Skip, Build, Die
Aegis Defenders is a fun and intriguing mix of 2D platforming and tower defense. It creates an intriguing world, lovable characters, and stunning art, but its difficulty scaling requires co-op play, which can break the game for solo players.
Fanatical Five | Five Reasons We’re Excited for 2018
It’s a new year which means new games! Everyone’s excited about Red Dead Redemption 2 and Far Cry 5 but what about all the other games coming out this year? There’s a ton of gaming to be excited about but here are a few things that have us counting the days.
Vostok Inc. Review | On the Money
Vostok Inc. is a combination of twin-stick shooter and capitalism simulator that fully succeeds as both and proves to be one of the most addicting games of the year.
Floor Kids Review | Back To The Beat
Floor Kids from MERJ Media is a break dance battle game. With hand-drawn animations, a soundtrack from Kid Koala, and a unique rhythm-based dance system, Floor Kids is a must play for hip-hop and rhythm game fans
The Surge: A Walk In The Park Let’s Play | Donut Boy Destruction
Sci-Fi Soulslike, The Surge, recently dropped its first DLC pack, A Walk In The Park, which brings players to the dilapidated amusement park, CREO World. …
Caleb L’Etoile’s Top 5 Games of 2017
Caleb L’Etoile’s year end list of the Top 5 Games of 2017! And it’s also probably the best year to ever happen in video games ever.
A Hat In Time Review | Hatters Gonna Hat
A Hat In Time is a nostalgia-fueled 3D platformer where you travel to colorful worlds and find hats that give you new abilities. It suffers from issues with pacing and some gameplay elements but ultimately proves an enjoyable time.
Battle Chef Brigade Review | Hot Stuff
Battle Chef Brigade, from Trinket Studios and Adult Swim Games, is a loveable mishmash of genres that supersedes the sum of its parts to be one of the year’s most unique and enjoyable experiences. While there are some minor annoyances, they’re easy to look back with a winning gameplay formula, a strong cast of characters, and a world that’s easy to get lost in.
Wulverblade Review | Brawl or Nothing
Wulverblade is an update to the classic brawler formula that proves bloody and enjoyable. The world and art style is stunning, and the gameplay makes for an ideal Switch experience.
Watch: MOTHERGUNSHIP Interview | Guns Guns Guns Guns
At this year’s Pax West, we were able to check in with Joe Mirabello from Terrible Posture Games to talk about his latest game, MOTHERGUNSHIP.
Golf Story Review | One Golf To Rule Them All
Golf Story is a fun and unique approach to sports and RPG games that proves a unique and enjoyable blend of the genres dressed in a nice looking retro skin.
Echo Review | Killing Yourself To Live
Echo is a game from developers Ultra Ultra that pits you against yourself. It’s a tough stealth game that let’s you teach and un-teach your enemies how to kill you and treats each scenario like a puzzle.
Watch: Fortnite Interview on Game Modes, Loot, Guns, and More
We visited Pax West this year and stopped by the Fortnite booth to speak with Zak Phelps from Epic Games about Fortnite, new modes, his favorite guns, and more. Watch it here.