Engrossed by its first anime release, Danganronpa: The Animation, I went further down the rabbit hole of despair that is the entirety of the Danganronpa series.
Perhaps for nostalgic reasons, I have been playing Geneshift recently.
Dawn of War 3 has finally drop-pod landed the franchise back in existence after six years since the last entry.
Back in the ages of Yore, or more accurately, 2012, an independent games developer released a game called Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. That same developer is now working on another title, Mirage: Arcane Warfare. It is currently in
From Games Farm and Kalypso Media, Vikings: Wolves of Midgard brings a mixture of Norse Mythology and fantastical elements together in a delicious blend of brutal hacking glory and furious button-mashing.
When I first heard about this game, the name threw me at first. Death Squared sounded significantly different from what I thought it would be. What it is, in fact, is a cooperative puzzle game from SMG
Author’s note: You know what doesn’t help the feeling of existential angst and dissociation from reality that comes from being forced out of a compelling narrative? Being forced out of a compelling narrative whose core themes involve