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Rad Rodgers review: A f*ckton of swearing with nothing in between

Rad Rodgers review
Vulgar and loaded with video game references, Rad Rodgers fails to be the fast-paced action platformer it wants to be due to cumbersome gameplay. Conker, Commander Keen, and Jazz Jackrabbit are three beloved characters from cult classic action games of the 90's. We love them for their non-stop action, iconic characters and occasional weirdness. These are precisely the games Rad Rodgers...

Monster Hunter World review: Fantastic monsters and where to hunt them

Thanks to Monster Hunter World, hunting monsters is now one of my favorite things to do, and I'm already planning my next hunt. The Monster Hunter series has been around for years, and while I was aware of its existence, I was never compelled to play it. The gameplay has always looked too sluggish, and the character development too complicated. Everything...

The Blackout Club looks like the horror co-op game of your nightmares

The Blackout Club
In a small town somewhere it Noth America, teenagers are waking up in strange places with no memory of how they got there. Some have even gone missing. No, this isn't the result of an exceptionally rowdy Saturday night. It is the premise of The Blackout Club - a new horror co-op game by indie developer Question. Welcome to the Blackout...

The Red Strings Club review: A sip of the human spirit

The Red Strings Club review
A short exploration of an intriguing, strangely hopeful Cyberpunk future populated by diverse and endearing characters. I take a long look at the corporate lawyer sitting across the bar. If I want her to spill the beans about her employer’s sinister plans, I’m going to have to get her in the right mood. I mix vodka, tequila and a couple of...

Fear the Wolves is a new Battle Royale game by S.T.A.L.K.E.R devs

Fear the Wolves
Do you need more nuclear radiation and deadly mutation in your Battle Royale games? Fear the Wolves says you do. The game drops you and 99 more players in the radiation-ravaged wasteland that was once Chernobyl. You'll face off against other players, dynamic weather, and deadly anomalies to secure your place as the last person standing. Players will endure the harsh environments of...

Codemasters’ ONRUSH is smashing its way to consoles this June

Onrush
Codemasters is known for making quality racing games, so it's exciting to learn their newest game, ONRUSH will be coming out later this year. I've been a huge racing fan for as long as I've been a gamer. From the good old days of Lego Racers and Hot Wheels to F-Zero, Burnout, Trackmania, Split Second and the more recent RedOut. But...

New Fable game in the works at Forza Horizon developer

Fable
The Fable series might not be dead after all. There's a new Fable game in development by Microsoft and Playground Games. That is if you believe the rumors, and we really, really want to believe the rumors. According to a report by Eurogamer, Microsoft isn't giving up on the franchise. Playground Games, known for the Forza Horizon series, will be developing a...

Best horror games of 2017: The families, cults and book clubs you shouldn’t join

Best horror games of 2017
2017 was very kind to us horror fans (or cruel, depending on how you look at it). We had some truly amazing sequels, terrifying multiplayer experiences and a variety of different reasons to lose sleep. The indie horror scene way also very prolific this year, giving up some of the most interesting and twisted games we've played in a long time....

Best indie games of 2017: Dark, sad and funny as heck

Best indie games of 2017
With every passing year, it seems that indie developers get better and better at delivering intense, emotional and, above all, fun experiences we don't really see in AAA games anymore. We absolutely love it. Some of our "best of 2017" lists already include some great indie games, like Cuphead and Divinity: Original Sin 2. However, this list is made especially for...

Seven: The Days Long Gone review: Of demons and thieves

Seven: The Days Long Gone review
It may not be a perfect game but despite its flaws, Seven: The Days Long Gone is a pretty decent stealth game that manages to keep you captivated. Seven: The Days Long Gone is an isometric open world RPG that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world and focuses on stealth mechanics. You play the role of Teriel, a master thief...

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