This year apart from the amazing multiplayer, DICE have crafted an emotionally rich and powerful Battlefield 1 single-player experience.
If you are a fan of puzzle games, you owe it to yourself to play Adam Wolfe.
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, what is up with that? I mean, it’s another year so it’s another Call of Duty. Love it or hate it, it doesn’t really matter, everyone is playing it. So what is the point of even trying to “review” it? What’s the point in listing what’s new, what’s the campaign all about and how did they screw up the multiplayer this time around? I know it, you know it, everybody knows it, but I still have an obligation to the amazing folks of PR to write this review, so let’s just power through it.
Aragami it’s a good game, but it kinda overstays its welcome.
Burly Men at Sea is a weird game, if we can even call it a game, but it’s cool nonetheless.
I really enjoyed my time with Metrico+, liked challenges it posed, but when the game got too hard, my brain just threw in the towel.
Kerbal Space Program is just some silly awesome fun if you give it enough love and time!
Excubitor is one of the more clever takes on old-school, top-down shooting we’ve seen in some time. After a few minutes with the game, its mix of classic arcade-style gameplay with modern tower defence mechanics seems so logical, you’ll wonder why there haven’t been more attempts at this cross-genre combination. In the 22nd century, a wormhole…
Overwatch is beautiful to look at, perfectly balanced and fun for everyone who is going to play it!