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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Seems Set to Give the Series a Shot in...

With its fancy graphics and new features, Earth Defence Force: Iron Rain might just prove to be the best Earth Defense Force game yet.

Black Future ’88 is a Promising Neon Nightmare

Black Future '88 is a procedurally generated neon-tinged nightmare that will have you reaching for your laser blaster and leg warmers.
Warhammer Chaosbane

Warhammer: Chaosbane is Set to Make the Wait for Diablo 4 More Bearable

After playing Warhammer: Chaosbane, it's now one of my most anticipated releases on 2019. It's a Diablo-clone that does things right.

The First Two Hours of A Plague Tale: Innocence Promise Something Incredibly Special

I've just played through the first three chapters of Asobo Studio's upcoming A Plague Tale: Innocence and I've been absolutely blown away.
Trident's Wake 1

Trident’s Wake Captures Some of Housemarque’s Twin-Stick Shooter Magic

Whether playing alone or with friends, Trident's Wake will put you on edge as you wrestle for control of a colony ship infested with aliens.
Fury Unleashed 1

Fury Unleashed is a Roguelite to Keep on Your Radar

If you're after a roguelite that's packed full of action, Fury Unleashed shouldn't disappoint. It's available now via Steam Early Access.

Guard Duty is a Point and Click Game Stuck in the 90s (in the...

If you're a fan of the point and click genre, make sure Guard Duty is on your radar when it releases on PC later this spring. 
Outward 4

Outward is a Demanding Action RPG That Seems Full of Promise

Set for a PC release on 26th March, preparation seems to be the key to success in Nine Dots Studio's Outward, an action RPG with survival elements.

Anthem’s Demo Was Promising, But Messy

Anthem is, when it’s firing on all cylinders, a visually striking, hectic, rewarding, and exciting adventure.
Degrees of Separation 2

Degrees of Separation is a Beautiful and Challenging Game For Two

Degrees of Separation, coming to PC and consoles in February, is a beautiful and challenging platform game designed to be played with a friend.

Rapture Rejects, The Cyanide & Happiness Battle Royale, Needs More Players

I remember Rapture Rejects’ announcement, but had no idea that it entered early access in late November. Seems like not many others did either.
Generation Zero 1-min

Generation Zero Might Just Be The War of the Worlds Game I’ve Always Wanted

Set for release next year, Avalanche Studios' Generation Zero might be the game that The War of the Worlds fans have been waiting for.

Preview: Tropico 6 is The Most Ambitious and Challenging Yet

Right from the offset, El Presidente promises that Tropico 6 will build bridges instead of walls. And after spending some time with the game's beta earlier this month, this really couldn’t be more true.

Overkill’s The Walking Dead is, Surprisingly Enough, Payday With Zombies

The good news is, it's Payday with zombies. The bad news is, it’s Payday with zombies.
Jump Force 1

Bandai Namco’s Jump Force Makes a Mighty First Impression

Set for release in February 2019, Bandai Namco's Jump Force seems likely to be another must-have fighting game for anime fans.
Override Mech City Brawl-min

Override: Mech City Brawl Might Just be This Year’s Sleeper Hit

If you like mechs and lighthearted brawlers that you can play with your friends, Override: Mech City Brawl should definitely be on your radar.

Media Molecule’s Dreams is a Digital Scrapbook of Delightful Games

Demoing Dreams at EGX 2018 has left me more intrigued than ever, and I can't wait to find out more.
Travis Strikes Again 2

EGX 2018: Hands On With Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

We jumped at the chance to try out Travis Strikes Again at EGX 2018 and discovered that it's a promising co-op game with the usual Suda51 flair.
Diablo 3 butcher

Diablo III On Switch Performs Admirably But Isn’t Much of a Looker

At EGX 2018 this past week, I got hands on with Diablo III on Switch. Its graphics are a little disappointing, but it performs surprisingly well.

Getting Hands-On With Jump Force Left Me Feeling Like an Anime Fighting Master

Jump Force may well be the definitive fighting experience of this generation if it manages to expand on the amazing anime spirit it has captured so far.
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