A review of Hector: Badge of Carnage – Episode One: We Negotiate With Terrorists from Telltale games, wherein heavy handed sophomoric humor is salvaged by some clever puzzles and art style.
Sanctum is a unique mix of strategic tower defense and first person shooter which blend together surprisingly well for such an ambitious blending of genres.
With great power comes great responsibility. Therefore, it logically follows that being invincible is a royal pain in the ass. Read the full review of Who’s the Flying?! aka WTF?!
If you’re a fan of tower defense games and like the retro-minimalist art style evident in the screenshots you’ll be in gamer heaven with Revenge of the Titans.
Bennu is something that is a bit hard to nail down. One part physics puzzler, one part action platformer, or, in this case, swinging platformer. Read on…
A review of Dino Run SE is the Slightly-Evolved Edition of Dino Run, a very retro-styled 8-bit flash-based 2D side-scrolling platformer from independent developer Pixeljam. Get the full scoop…
Big Fat Alien’s three-person team releases its impressive 2D platformer “BEEP”. Looks like Wall-E, tastes like awesome.
As a college student, it’s time to learn some valued life skills, like how to preserve life from flesh-eating zombies or how to let go of a friend for the greater good. Generic zombie survival skills 101. Read the full review of Trapped Dead from Headup Games.
An independent review of the sequel to Bioware’s hugely successful Dragon Age franchise. Can DA2 rise to the challenge?
Half-Life mod Natural Selection 2 is all growns up. Read about the beta and how you can pre-order it now.
If I had to use one word to describe the first episode of the A.R.E.S. series of games it would be slick. While it certainly pays homage to the classics that inspired it, there is a modern level of quality that you rarely see in an indie title.
Elements of War, a real-time strategy game where players’ armies use both conventional and climate-control weapons to devastate the enemy, has gone gold and will be released to North American retail outlets and via digital distribution on April 12.
AI War: Fleet Command is a staggeringly rich RTS and tower defense mashup in own right, but with its 3rd expansion, Light of the Spire, it makes new recruits cower in fear. Read the review…
APOX is a strictly online multiplayer game. So much so that even the tutorials and handful of single player missions require you to log in to a server to play. Can an RTS multiplayer game that has no single player campaign work? Read the full review…
IGF Finalist “Dinner Date” from Stout Games is a nice proof of concept that video game design can be art, but does this game serve up the goods?