Death’s Gambit

As the game’s title first appeared onscreen and the music started to play, Death’s Gambit immediately had my attention. After waiting so very long to play what I knew to be another “Souls” styled game, I was happy to see this game was ready to show me what it was doing differently right away. The…

Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr

What can be said about the Warhammer franchise video game offerings, both fantasy and 40k, that hasn’t been said before? Over the past few decades there has been more than a healthy amount of releases spanning multiple genres. Primarily the focus has been on strategy but we have also witnessed a generous offering of shooters,…

Phantom Doctrine

Phantom Doctrine is a stealth-heavy turn based tactical game from CreativeForge Games and published by Good Shepherd Entertainment. It oozes the style and atmosphere of 80’s espionage and delivers a tight, tactical gameplay loop that feels just as good as a bigger budget game like X-Com 2. The graphics are great, the music and sound…

Rainbow Skies

Rainbow Skies combines an RPG overworld, turn based strategy combat, fourth wall breaking dialogue and monster taming into this indie style game which seems to have all the elements for a retro yet unique take on the genre. The game itself is well executed, combat is fluid and you can pick or avoid battles as…

Dead Cells

It wasn’t that long ago that zombie games were all the rage. You couldn’t fire up a video game system without tripping over the undead menace. Now, it seems like the industry has latched onto the freight train that is rogue-likes. So how do you stand out from the crowd when you are one of…

Enlightenment

Roguelikes are all over the place right now. Englightenment by developer LizardKing is a game that is attempting to stand out from the crowd with a more dark and gritty atmosphere and a top down shooter like gameplay. Style however is not the most important thing, let’s see if the many other elements necessary to…

Ant-man and the Wasp

The sequel to Ant-man is a change of pace from the cast heavy Infinity war as we follow Scott, Hank, and Hope’s attempts to return to the quantum realm. The Pixel crew is joined by longtime “acquaintance” of the group and movie aficionado, Ben to discuss how Ant-man and the Wasp stacks up.