Path of Exile

There have been many ARPGs ported from PC to consoles over the years and with my love of the Diablo series I have tried most of them in one form or another. Torchlight 1 & 2, Titan Quest, Marvel Heroes, you name it I’ve probably tried it. However one that never really sparked more than…

Space Hulk Tactics

Warhammer 40k has been around for a while now and it’s a popular enough franchise that is hasn’t evaded my knowledge even if it wasn’t one that I followed closely. Space Hulk on the other hand I had almost no idea about before playing Tactics for this review. Space Hulk was originally a board game…

Hex 2

Sequels can be difficult. You have to change enough to keep things interesting but remain careful to not going so far as to alienate your fan base. It’s a fine balance that needs to be struck for a sequel to be sucessful. Puzzle games have an added difficulty in what to change and not to…

Songbringer

Many games in the past can be considered Zelda clones or have paid homage to illustrious series in some way or another. Perhaps you played Golden Axe Warrior back in the day, or maybe more recently 3D Dot Game Heroes, Darksiders, or Okami. You can see the influence Zelda has provided to these games and…

The Adventure Pals

2d platformers have always had their share of weird. Remind me why I’m jumping on these flying turtles and chestnuts with feet again? Wait, I’m supposed to fling this piece of meat through all those grinders? Massive Monster’s The Adventure Pals is no different from its predecessors in this respect. As a kooky platformer that…

RiME

We’re seen a great variety in new age puzzle games. The Witness, The Last Guardian, Limbo are just a few of the examples of engaging titles we’ve seen in the past number of years. Rime by Tequila Works is no different, a game that draws you in and tugs on your heart strings. The story…

Hex

Indie puzzler Hex is both developed and published by Studio Goya, a small one man operation. The goal of the game is to clear all the tiles off the map (with a few exceptions) by moving from one hex to another. This may seem simple enough but as you progress the game really ramps up…

Raid: World War II

Raid: World War II was developed by Lion Game Lion and published by Starbreeze Studios and 505 Games. In case you didn’t know (like me before reviewing this) these were the guys who worked on DLC for Payday 2 and you can definitely see where they drew inspiration. When I first heard about Raid the…