With Valentine’s Day only a week away, here’s a must needed list. Cuddle up with your partner and play one of these; the best coop games for Valentine’s Day.
Uncanny Valley is a independent horror game that looks to preserve the ideals of classic survival horror. Does it succeed in paying homage to the classics, or fail to scare entirely? Let’s find out.
“Wells” is a side scrolling action game developed by Tower Up Studios. It’s reminiscent of an era gone by, pulling inspiration from popular 90’s games from the past. These games live and die by their level design and variety. Does “Wells” manage to pull this off, or fall victim to the repetition? Let’s dive in and find out.
Although the game isn’t available until May, developer NetherRealm has treated fans to an online beta to try it out early. I recently got some time with the beta, and walked away with mixed feelings. There’s not a ton of content available in the beta, but it helped me get a better understanding of what’s in store for us when the full game releases.
Fans of Resident Evil have been begging for the series to return to its roots ever since the franchise turned towards action instead of horror. Thankfully, Resident Evil VII Biohazard (which I’ll just refer to as RE7 from now on) does the impossible and reinvents the franchise much like Resident Evil 4 did. It’s a departure from what’s familiar, and RE7 does it well.
SEGA returns with the prequel to their hit franchise, Yakuza. The Yakuza franchise is a long running action RPG that is often confused for a simple Grand Theft Auto clone. On the outside, it might seem that way. However, after spending quite a few hours in Yakuza 0’s vibrant environment, I can guarantee you that it is so much more than that. Yakuza 0 is a game full of content, story, and action. While it won’t be for everyone, role playing fans and veterans of PS2 era brawlers will definitely walk away satisfied. There’s so much to see and do in Yakuza 0, so let’s not waste any time getting into specifics. Here’s our review of Yakuza 0 for the Playstation 4!
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 2 picks up right where the explosive premiere left off. Does it keep the narrative excellence going, or bring it to a halt?
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is the third season in Telltale’s award winning franchise. Does it reignite the flame of the first season, or sizzle out like the second?