In an official reveal, Curse of the Dead Gods and Dead Cells will be crossing over on april 14th, 2021, bringing the world of Dead Cells into Curse of the Dead Gods across all available platforms.Continue reading
Prepare to learn more about Sumo Digital and Focus Home Interactive’s upcoming title, Hood: Outlaws & Legends, in the game’s latest class trailer featuring the Brawler.Continue reading
Necromunda: Underhive Wars takes everything we love about Mordheim and scales it down into something surprisingly fun, but at the same time, surprisingly hard. It’s a strategy game that takes planning and careful execution. Does it meet our expectations though?Continue reading
Developer Rogue Factor and publisher Focus Home Interactive are taking fans deeper into their third-person strategy game, Necromunda: Underhive Wars, with their latest gameplay trailer.Continue reading
The gothic horror tactical RPG from Lightbulb Crew and Focus Home Interactive, Othercide, has received a second dev diary, which gives potential fans a deep dive into the games combat and gameplay mechanics ahead of its official launch.
Lightbulb Crew and Focus Home Interactive are about to take tactical strategy games to an entirely new light with their upcoming title, ‘Othercide’, which is set to release on July 28th, 2020, for PC via Steam.
Focus Home Interactive has released the latest story-driven cinematic trailer for their upcoming title Necromunda: Underhive Wars, giving fans a new look at their upcoming title.
The Surge 2: The Kraken DLC aims to provide players with a new zone, new enemy types, new gear, and equipment to enjoy, but our biggest question yet: Is it a big enough package at its $11.99 USD price point? Let’s find out!
The Surge 2 has finally received some heavy-hitting content, which means, it’s time to see if The Surge 2 is worth picking up in 2020, and if so, why. Let’s find out in our review for The Surge 2 followed by a review for The Surge 2: Kraken DLC.
Spiders is back with a new ARPG for fans to enjoy that includes swashbuckling, spell throwing, and blasting your enemies away when you aren’t exploring the wilds about you, talking to the natives, and making life-or-death choices. But now we have to ask, does it work or are we stuck with another The Technomancer on our hands?