One of last year’s most beloved games has arrived on Sony’s and Microsoft’s consoles. How well does it hold up?
They aren’t quite the Ghostbusters. Here’s Leviathyn’s review of the visual novel/strategy RPG Tokyo Twilight.
Developed by Dennaton Games and published by Devolver Digital, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is the much-awaited sequel to the critically-acclaimed top-down shooter from 2012 that combined hyper-violence with a weird narrative involving a mass-murdering animal-mask-wearing dude in a jacket and the Russian mob.
Following last year’s surprise hit, British developer Roll7 gives us an exciting sequel that improves upon the excellent foundation set by its predecessor.
Do you want to be a gaming hero but find you are a sickly beast? A wonder on your feet and a weeper in the car? If you get motion sick playing free-roaming video games it can be hard to find something to play that is equally as awesome and doesn’t want to make you vomit. Here’s my favourite top three side-scrolling platformers to play so that you can continue feeding your gaming addiction.
Cry Wolf is an episode that ultimately tops of the series with a high note, though for some it may fall short of the high expectations that the series premiere set last October. Read on for our full review.