Posts Tagged ‘Don’t Miss’
GamesFiends fight momentum, gravity and frustration in the XB1 release of Ludum Dare 29's winning platformer.
GamesFiends grinds their way through mobs in the first few hours of Runewaker's early access ARPG-MMO - how does it stand up?
Faster, more depth, better looking and brimming with polish, Respawn should be proud of the work they’ve achieved with Titanfall 2 - it really is quite spectacular.
"Risk life and limb fighting mercenaries, for the chance to handle hazardous materials!" Not the most convincing job advert around, but one GamesFiends answered anyway to look at Mordheim: City of the Damned.
Battlefield 1 finally stops chasing Call of Duty and DICE produces one of its best Battlefield entries in a very long time...
GamesFiends get behind the wheel of VooFoo Studios' newly released arcade racer.
Engaging in parkour across moving lorries with a seeming mass-deathwish through outlandish traps seems like an activity to shorten any lifespan. Clustertruck proves this hypothesis correct.
A good sign after a preview is you wanted to play more, for the credits not to roll and that's exactly how I felt with Forgotton Anne.
More so than something like Unfinished Swan, The Collage Atlas felt like a game you could indulge in for refuge or self-meditation and reflection.
What Broken Fence Games are creating has a certain “soul” to it that can’t easily be captured in words or pictures.
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