Does Lara Croft's third adventure in the revival trilogy live up to expectations, or fall short in the face of a Mayan apocalypse?
Author: Lori May
A look at Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the latest (and possibly greatest) chapter in the Assassin's Creed franchise.
A worthy addition to your Steam library.
An intriguing, subtly competitive romp with up to four players.
Fans of the genre might find enough in this Indie experience to merit its addition to their library, but unless you’re a die-hard fan of these elements I suggest looking for a more complete, polished Rogue-lite package.
A look at SOS, an online competitive Multiplayer game with Co-Op elements that puts players into a Reality TV Show inspired deathmatch.
A look at Distortions, a surreal Adventure game with strong musical elements, fantastic monsters, and questionable camera angle choices.
A look at Rise of Insanity, a Psychological Horror title with complex atmosphere and a mystery to solve.
A look at Ninja Tycoon, a Simulation/Management game that focuses on the development of a small village complete with hired ninjas.
A look at The Chronicles of Nyanya, an adorable, surprisingly endearing jRPG featuring a cast of feline characters and plenty of quality chaos to enjoy.