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Motor skill disorders can often be a deal-breaker for people who want to get into more complex games. Then again, do they have to be?
Running a town by yourself? Tough. Doing it with a gaggle of incompetent citizens who literally can't prioritise to save their lives? Borderline impossible.
Just because you CAN get your players to invest more time in your game, doesn't mean you SHOULD. Especially not when it involves lying to your biggest fans.
Immortal Planet looks, sounds, and plays a lot like Dark Souls, but there's a bit more going on under the hood in this sci-fi action game.
Don’t let the name fool you, though; this bundle comes with much more than a few zany adventures in Stilwater.
Redout made me laugh, scream, and shout in disbelief, but all the while, it never stopped being fast, beautiful, and absolutely delightful.
There were a lot of grim and realistic games at E3 2017. While that's certainly not a bad thing, sometimes a bit of cuteness is needed to lighten things up.
Come and sit down; I’ve a tale to tell, of a game whose mechanics were boring as hell.
Hell Warders made an awful first impression. Upon loading it up, I was quickly greeted with clipping assets, overflowing lists that disappeared off-screen, a non-functioning...
The Lorax meets SimCity in Block'hood, a city-builder that puts environmental sustainability over profits and resource production.
Big things come in small packages, and much like its levels, OVIVO shows that it’s not about getting caught up in the details; it’s about looking at the bigger picture.
Five years is a long time in the world of gaming. Five years ago, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 only existed as prototypes. Games...
City-building strategy games have a storied history of complexity, offering a plethora of options for players to take over the world or run their...
Immortal Redneck plants its tongue firmly in cheek and plasters all sense of seriousness against the wall with a well-placed shotgun blast.