Devolver’s been known to publish incredibly unique games over its short existence, and in all honesty, Ape Out is probably one of my favorites.
My patience for the “hardcore” brand of platformers (think Super Meat Boy) has waned a lot over the years. At one time, I was willing to put up with the intense challenges they posed, that forced me to constantly try to perfect each jump to navigate their ever-increasing levels of difficulty. But now, the thought…
Dirt Rally 2.0 provides one of the most thrilling racing experiences you’re likely to find.
For as tiring as the formula’s starting to get for Far Cry, there’s absolutely no denying that these games can be a whole lot of brainless fun.
Souls-likes walk a fine line. How far do they go to capture the essence of Dark Souls while still making something their own? It’s not an easy task. Games like Salt and Sanctuary answered that by more or less adapting their inspiration onto a two-dimensional plane, while others like Hollow Knight instead used it as…
I really dig what Chucklefish has done with Wargroove. It manages to be a double-sided coin that serves a painful reminder that it’s been eleven years since a proper sequel to Advance Wars.
While I wouldn’t say that this Definitive Edition is perfect, it’s still the best way to play Tales of Vesperia.
If Ace Combat 7: Unknown Skies is any indication, there’s still plenty of fuel left in the tank for the flight sim genre.
I’m surprised by the overall quality of this season, and if things keep going the way they are, I’m sure its finale will prove to be as emotionally charged as the season has been so far.