I normally write about new releases. Hitman Go isn’t exactly new as it released back in 2014, but a recent sale from $5 down to $1 was enough to entice me. It’s the first of Square Enix’s series of Go games, which now includes Lara Croft Go and Deus Ex Go. Based on how much … Continue reading
As I patiently wait for the next Destiny expansion to launch next week, I found myself looking for a short game that I could complete in one or two sittings. This list from Kotaku was exactly what I needed and, after looking at a few, I landed on Valley. The premise of an archaeologist on the … Continue reading
I joined the Battlefield 1 open beta this past week for the same reason I tried Rocket League out last summer — by seeing a ton of cool clips on Reddit and wanting to see the game for myself. I wasn’t expecting the same level of pure fun that came with Rocket League, but a free … Continue reading
I was a huge fan of the original Banner Saga when I played it earlier this year. All of its pieces worked together so well: the hand-drawn visuals, the tactical combat, the decisions with actual meaning. Luckily for me, the sequel came out a few months back and with a small lull between now and the upcoming Destiny … Continue reading
The dog days of summer may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to stay inside with the AC and play some board games. I’ve got a couple of unique ones on the list today. Shall we?
Hello Games shocked the world when they announced No Man’s Sky back in 2013. It sounded too good to be true –a procedurally-generated space exploration game with 18 quintillion planets made by a team of roughly 10 people. I, like thousands of others, have been eagerly awaiting it’s release ever since. After years of an … Continue reading