Crypt of the Necrodancer is based on the classic roguelike style – you’re exploring a randomly-generated, tile-based dungeon, and enemies move each time you do. Except all that movement is set to a 8-bit techno/disco soundtrack...
Dead Island Riptide is saved, much like the orginal Dead Island, from being a mess of a game by some wonderfully realised melee combat mechanics. Using the analogue method of control brings the whole experience alive, offering...
Bioshock Infinite is the type of game that comes along maybe once in a generation – it is the pinnacle of storytelling in gaming. The yardstick that all others should be measured by. The game is not perfect. The middle third o...
Path of Exile went into open beta on the 23rd January, opening up the action-RPG to a wider audience. While facing some very obvious comparisons to the Diablo series, Path of Exile does have a few ideas of its own, and feels li...
Will Fight For Food offers a nice break for the price and is well worth playing. The graphics and simplicity are not going to satisfy a major game craving but the dialog and relationship system have some value. The ability to p...
Torchlight 2 does little to take the action RPG genre forward. It’s iterative, borrows heavily from its contemporary and suffes from the occasional glitch in its online play. But that could be said of many titles and they se...
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