Amplitude Studios’ latest in the Endless universe takes you into the rogue-like, randomly generated dungeons beneath Auriga.
In the first expansion to Age of Wonders III, Triumph Studios finally adds the halfling race and a slew of new features.
Although Super Time Force is far from the only indie sidescroller on the block, it’s got more than enough time travel banditry to go around.
While Firefall’s compelling setting, gorgeous stylized-look and more involved and dynamic gameplay certainly made a strong case for what MMO’s could become when it debuted, it has been a long four years since then. Now that the game is finally poised to launch on Steam, it’s hard to not wonder if the game still has the same spark behind it or whether its prolonged development has let the fire die out. Read on for our full review.