Who says there's no more originality in the zombie genre? Sure, we've been overrun with first-person shooters, side-scrollers, and tons of movies, books, and parodies featuring our undead friends. Enter Do My Best Games' The Final Station, a zombie shooter that
"This won't work on VR," said tinyBuild Games' CEO Alex Nichiporchik. That was his response when I made the comment that their game ClusterTruck would look great on the Oculus. Seeing players jump from truck-to-truck at a fast pace, in the
I died a lot playing [adult swim games] and FOREGONE's DESYNC, and I mean a shit ton! It's not often I come across a first-person single-player experience that has me wanting to bang my face onto the keyboard with maddening
A couple years ago the folks over at Zoink! Games brought forth Stick It to the Man, a side-scrolling adventure with an amazing personality and a calcium-filled funny bone. Continuing on with this repertoire the Sweden-based developers decided to take
Pharaonic, a side-scrolling, action RPG set in ancient Egypt, has been release for the Macintosh, Linux and PC on Steam today.
Retitled Brick Breakers, the cult favorite returns Everything old is new again, even if that thing is the venerable game Breakout. The classic game, which originally showed up in arcades for Atari in the 1970s, now is being called Brick Brealers
At a pivotal point in the Titanic movie, the character Jack Dawson stands at the front of the ship and proclaims, "I'm the King of the World!" That's how you'll feel when you stand at the helm of an ocean-going vessel in the video game TransOcean 2: Rivals.
In my youth I remembered fondly playing some of the first 3D first-person shooters on my old IBM PS/1. The Wolfenstein 3Ds, Dooms, and Blake Stones of my time were filled with some great memories, even though I was technically
For the last two years I've been keeping a watchful eye on Ackk Studios' YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG. The game has grown from your average run-of-the-mill turn-based RPG title to an Earthbound-esque monster that's filled with attitude and a good
Here I am once again in a dark room, I thought to myself. The computer staring back at me had the sequel to a familiar game on its bright screen: Red Barrels' Outlast II. I remembered when I demoed the first game