Tiny Metal Review for PC

Tiny Metal by developer Area 35 and Publisher Sony Music Entertainment is a Japanese turn-based strategy game where you control various military units to complete the assigned mission goals. As you progress through the campaign, you unlock new units and learn new tactics to better control your army and complete your mission. read more

Heroes Evolved Review for Android

Heroes Evolved by developer R2Games is a fantasy-based MOBA that draws heavily on League of Legends and Dota 2. The game’s biggest strength is that it offers players the opportunity to utilize many different heroes in the fast-paced matches that constitute its gameplay. It also offers a lightweight client, which translates to a quick download so that players can begin their journeys as soon as possible. However, most of the artwork and heroes of Heroes Evolved prove to be very generic for the MOBA genre. It also features aspects that require players to spend money to access, which serves as a detriment for a game that proclaims itself to be free to play. In all, Heroes Evolved is cut from the same cloth as many other MOBAs and does not attempt to create for itself an individual identity. read more

DEAD BY DAYLIGHT A Nightmare on Elm Street Review for PlayStation 4

Ever yell at a horror movie you’re watching? Condemn characters for their poor choices? How about: Wish you could show ‘em how it’s done? Well; if so, this is your chance of a lifetime. Dead by Daylight from powerhouses Behaviour Digital (Far Cry 3 and Shadow of Mordor) and published by Starbreeze Studios (Pay Day 2 and Brothers) is not only the answer for your victim yearning but also the only appropriate way to enjoy killing your friends like a notorious mass serial killer. This one killer versus four survivors online multiplayer won’t fail to feel like your in one of your favorite horror movies. read more

Odysseus Kosmos and His Robot Quest Review for PC

Expertly designed and extremely realistic, Odysseus Kosmos and His Robot Quest by developer Pavel Kostin and publisher Herocraft, is a classic science fiction game that combines lighthearted humor with challenging mental puzzles. In the game you play as Odysseus Kosmos, the lone human crew member of a research vessel space station floating in far away space. The main mission is to survive the dangers of space while also repeatedly repairing your ship, which constantly seems to be breaking down. Although I personally found the pace of the game a bit slow at times, the high quality of the graphics, characters, and gameplay makes it a winner. read more

Super Beat Sports Review for Nintendo Switch

When gamers hear the word “sports,” they tend to let out a little groan. A fair amount of the disdain of these physical contests comes from the sentiment that they’re “boring,” and the marriage of sports and the medium of video gaming has been patchy at best. Some sports games, however, like to spice things up by adding in a special ingredient, and in the case of Super Beat Sports, it’s the universal language itself, music. Super Beat Sports by Harmonix Music Systems is a rhythm party game exclusive to the Nintendo Switch that promises colorful charm and addictive mechanics. If you are a fan of the rhythm game genre and its consistently frenetic gameplay, chances are that you’ll want to pick this up. read more

A HAT IN TIME Review for PlayStation 4

Developer, Gears for Breakfast, has brought the lovechild A Hat In Time to consoles after over five years of development and surpassing a Kickstarter goal by tenfold. Director Jonas Kaerlev saw a depletion of 3D platformers in the gaming market, and wished to revive the Nintendo 64 magic with a modern whimsical journey which did not devolve into a collect-athon. The result is a jovial game packed with meta moments and sneaky dark spells. read more

Assault Android Cactus Review for Xbox One

Twin-Stick shooters have been a ripe genre for downloadable games ever since we got our first taste of games like Geometry Wars, Binding of Isaac, Hotline Miami, and countless others.  This genre’s strengths are in its ability to flood the screen with enemies as you strafe and shoot while avoiding attacks and tight, satisfying shooting.  Assault Android Cactus from Witchbeam delivers these in spades with equally fantastic level design and a varied cast of player characters who cater to different playstyles.  The game was originally released for PC in 2015, but it has just arrived for Xbox One and there has never been a better time to dive in. read more