Chroma Bends Rules of Platformers

Chroma is a game devoid of power-ups or upgrades. You start the game with a single power, and you keep it the whole way through. There is also only one massive level, with near-full access from the beginning,...

The Literary References Of Dishonored

Dishonored has been continually described as a mixture of different famous tales and artistic directions. From everything like its art style to setting, plot structure to mechanics, a lot of names have been...

A Quick Review of Return to Ravnica

Magic the Gathering just finished it latest block, “Return to Ravnica” with its third and last installment release, “Dragon's Maze” two week ago. The entire three-set block features multicolored cards...

Review: Evoland

Evoland is a game heavily steeped in nostalgia, very heavily in fact, and that’s the games hook. Evoland comes at you fully cocked with a very interesting and unique idea, to take the gamer on a journey...

Not Enough TLC for DLC

Nearly every single game released now eventually has some form of downloadable content released, promising that something extra will improve the experience. Some of this comes in the form of pre-order content,...

Review: Driftmoon

When first faced with a game described as a mix between an adventure game and an RPG, I found myself thinking that the description might be almost unnecessary. Doesn't the roleplaying genre actually include...

Review: Gears of War Judgment

It’s one of those franchises that, being a set of exclusive titles helped build support for the actual system and with its main story conclusion attempted, rather poorly, to fool us into thinking that it was...

Telltale announces The Wolf Among Us

Telltale Games, of Walking Dead acclaim, announced it's new episodic adventure, The Wolf Among Us. The series will be based on Bill Willingham's Vertigo Comic series Fables. For fans familiar with the Fables...