Game Review

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia Review - The House Always Wins

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia

Strategy RPGs are a genre that requires dedication, focus, and the ability to think three steps ahead. It’s not for everyone, but for those who can get into the mindset of a digital chess match, there are few things more rewarding than the taste of victory after a hard-fought battle.

Chicken Police - Paint it RED! Review: A Murder Most Fowl

Chicken Police - Paint it RED!

The noir style of crime mystery is one that works incredibly well when it’s done right. The gravelly narration, the black and white color scale, the occasional pop of color, and the allure of it all. It’s easy to get swept up in everything. Of course, these days you need to go beyond a pulpy mystery to turn heads, so why not turn your entire cast into animals?

Amnesia: Rebirth Review - The Price of Fear

Amnesia: Rebirth

When the subject of horror games comes up, it’s not long before you’ll hear about Amnesia: The Dark Descent from Frictional Games. This classic still holds up years later, but the developer is back with the official sequel in the form of Amnesia: Rebirth (A separate title called A Machine For Pigs was released, but is not a direct sequel to the first game like this one.)

World of Van Helsing: Deathtrap Review - A Gory Maze of Possibilities

Deathtrap

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing is a solid action RPG series for PS4 that spans across three games and offers up a rich gothic fantasy world to explore. The creature designs, and sharp writing were some of my favorite elements, but one thing I didn’t expect to enjoy was the tower defense minigame it included.

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