Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’
  • Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on April 14, 2014 under Featured Review 2, PS4, Reviews
    Assassin's Creed Freedom Cry is a standalone DLC for Black Flag; it places  you in the role of born slave Adewale, a pirate who finds freedom aboard the Jackdaw as Captain Edward Kenway's second-in-command. Fifteen years later, Adewale becomes a trained assassin and ends up shipwrecked in Saint-Domingue with no ship or crew. As our hero's story unfolds, he must slip through the shadows to liberat... more.
  • WazHack (Review) PC

    Posted by on April 14, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    The roguelike that was a major success on mobile devices has finally made its way to Steam. Wazhack is a cross between the roguelike and platform genre. For those of you not familiar with roguelikes, here’s the rundown - you are only given one life to survive. If you happen to die, you will lose everything and the game will end. The dungeons randomly generate when you start a new game; this guar... more.
  • AirMech Arena – Coming to Xbox Live

    Posted by on April 7, 2014 under Euro, News, Xbox 360
    Today, Ubisoft announced a partnership with Carbon Games to bring AirMech Arena to Xbox Live online entertainment network from Microsoft. The fast-paced, free-to-play competitive game will be available for download on Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft this summer. "As an indie developer, AirMech has been our passion for the past several years, and we are thrilled to partner... more.
  • Divinity: Original Sin (Review) PC

    Posted by on March 27, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Still in the Early Access stage on Steam, Divinity: Original Sin is the latest release in the Divinity series. Like its predecessors, Original Sin adopts the classic turn-based combat system and the 'choose your own destiny' gameplay that has made the series popular. But instead of limiting your conversations and destiny to NPCs, you can now “role-play” with the characters in your party. The n... more.
  • The Castle Doctrine (Review) PC

    Posted by on March 27, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    The Castle Doctrine is a unique experience that places you in a scenario where you have no choice but to survive. You must stop at nothing to protect your family and the things that are precious to you. You start with only two thousand dollars, a wife and a few kids. The main objective is to build a home security system to protect your family and any money you have in your possession. Sounds easy,... more.
  • Blackguards (Review) PC

    Posted by on March 27, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Blackguards by Daedalic entertainment plunges you into the world of the Dark Eye. Based on pen and paper Dungeons & Dragons, Blackguards’ story is a compelling tale of darkness and deceit that spans across five chapters. On the surface, Blackguards is a dark, gritty role-playing game that is based on strategy and tactics. Combat occurs on a hexagon-type grid much like pen and paper D&... more.
  • Journey of a Roach – Now Available on Steam for Linux

    Posted by on March 7, 2014 under Euro, Mac, News, PC
    Linux gamers can now delve into the post-apocalyptic world of Journey of a Roach. The point-and-click adventure created by the Swiss development team of Koboldgames and Daedalic Entertainment is now available for the Linux OS on Steam. This comic-adventure takes players to an end-time spiced up with black humor: Jim the Roach and his sidekick Bud are making their way through a nuclear bomb shel... more.
  • Darkout (Review) PC

    Posted by on February 22, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Darkout offers a fresh, new approach to an overused concept - it’s an open-ended, sandbox-style survival game. You must harvest resources that will help you craft and survive, among other things. Darkout is far from being an easy game -  you have crash landed on a rogue planet in the middle of nowhere, with only a few basic items to help you survive. With so many games like Darkout springing... more.
  • This Game’s Quite The Odd Bird – The Raven (Review) XBox 360

    Posted by on February 22, 2014 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    In this day and age of action-packed "in your face" games, it's not often I come across a different kind of puzzler that I can take a breather with, giving my trigger finger reflexes a rest -- not to mention easily kill time away (which came in very handy while I was laid up sick for awhile, shortly after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season). The fine folks at King Art Games excellently... more.
  • Terraria (Review) PSVita

    Posted by on February 22, 2014 under Portables, Reviews
    Released on the PC in 2011, Terraria is an open sandbox platformer that places you into a 2D pixelated world where you dig, build, explore and survive. Since its initial release, Terraria has been referred to by many as a 2D Minecraft, and for good reason - to survive, you must dig a lot of dirt, chop down countless trees, and battle hordes of nasty monsters. You are also required to build a shelt... more.
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