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‘John Wick Hex’ Arrives On Switch, Steam, and Xbox

Pandemic time might make it seem like it’s been longer, but it was just May of this year that John Wick Hex released on PS4 – and that’s now joined by a release on Switch, Steam, and Xbox One. The…

Preview – Per Aspera (Steam)

Per Aspera asks gamers to work out how to colonize Mars if they couldn’t use a single Matt Damon to help make the planet habitable. Instead, the player in the role of AMI, the overseer AI in charge of the…

Warcave Reveals New Turn-Based Tactical RPG: ‘Black Legend’

Turn-based RPG hits PC and both current- and next-gen consoles in 2021.

Review – Terrorarium

Terrorarium, available now on Steam from indie studio Stitch Media, is heavily inspired by Pikmin but adds a heavy amount of user-generated creation to help keep things fresh. As The Gardener, players take the reins over an army of Moogu…

Review – Tower of Time

A classic RPG experience blended with a modern real-time combat system that forces strategic positioning and skill use.

John Wick Hex Arrives on PS4, May 5th

John Wick Hex is a wickedly addictive strategy game that masquerades as an action title. As John Wick players have to fit their extensive moveset, maneuvering, and consideration of enemy actions into the timeline – succeed and you’ll dispatch them…

Review – Wartile

Wartile’s grid-based movement, miniature-style characters, and diorama-like world make it feel like a Dungeons & Dragons game come to life.

New Prequel DLC for 'Frostpunk'

I’d say I’m shocked to see 11 bit studios take Frostpunk, a game that’s as much a morality study as it is a city-building strategy title, and put gamers in the time prior to the world freezing over, but they’ve…

Outrun The Sun In 'Dark Moon'

In Dark Moon, gamers will be forced to scavenge, build, and – above all else – stay on the move. The survival strategy game, set on the moon, sees a future in which a massive solar storm has devastated the…

Phoenix Point Hits Epic Games Store December 3rd

When creators move on from a project they’ve long been associated with there’s obviously some sadness at what’s left behind, but there must also be an enormous amount of excitement at being able to birth something new that doesn’t carry…