Pit People Preview

This is to say nothing of the expansive and robust cooperative and player-versus-player systems that the game also incorporates.  Put simply, Pit People has a lot to offer, especially to players that were already fans of the wacky Behemoth games that came before.  Given the scope of the project, it’s easy to see why The Behemoth chose to put this particular title through an early-access period.  Make no mistake, however, the studio appears to know exactly what they are doing.  Gamers are advised to keep their eye on Pit People – it’s going to be a good one. 

Pit People Preview

Thimbleweed Park Preview

Indeed Thimbleweed Park is on the track of holding onto its promise of being the best adventure game you never played in 1987. Doing so the developers have invented the time machine. When I was playing Thimbleweed Park, it was like there never were these last 30 years. The game already has its audience in my generation but I hope it can generate interest beyond that, showing the younger people exactly why we old farts have these fond memories of the adventure games of the past.

Thimbleweed Park Preview

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Preview

Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Tom Clancy franchise, Ghost Recon: WildlandsWildlands switches things up from previous entries in the series by placing the titular Ghosts in an open world.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Preview

Might & Magic Showdown Preview

I was left impressed with the direction of Might & Magic Showdown. The duel mechanics and programmable Creatures add a layer of tactical pleasure I did not expect, while the ability to customize the pieces through a wide variety of digital paints will give those with an eye for that kind of thing hours of detail oriented excitement. I look forward to seeing where this ends up.

Might & Magic Showdown Preview

PSX 2016: Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

I wasn’t sure Ghost Warrior 3 was going to be a game I could see myself liking. By the end of my appointment, however, my hands from tension. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 isn’t due out until April 2017, which gives CI Games more time to keep it in the oven.

PSX 2016: Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

PSX 2016: EarthNight

Esthetically speaking, Cleaversoft’s procedurally generated side scroll is a thing of beauty. All of the in-game assets were hand drawn and they look beautiful. I got to chat with a programmer on the game who was proud of the EarthNight’s visual flair despite how tricky it was to pair the art with procedurally generated levels. The game also sports an incredible chiptune soundtrack that I was enamored with from the very first chord of the in-game soundtrack. It’s a lovely way to package such an interesting game. EarthNight is on track to be released for PlayStation 4 and the Vita in late 2017.

PSX 2016: EarthNight

PSX 2016: Bandai Namco Showcase

The PlayStation Experience returns to Anaheim, California, this year to celebrate the brand that Sony built over twenty years ago. Bandai Namco invited Darkstation to a pre-show event and offered us a first look at games they (by the time you read this) will announce at the two day event. 

PSX 2016: Bandai Namco Showcase

Watch Dogs 2 Hands-on Preview

Watch Dogs 2 will live or die by is how well the game develops Marcus as a character and the story around him. There are some interesting characters and worlds to explore here and if they’re able to provide that with a compelling narrative, Watch Dogs 2 might be one of the better games of this holiday season.

Watch Dogs 2 Hands-on Preview

Planet Coaster Preview

Those of us who enjoyed the original have much to look forward to, and let's hope that Planet Coaster will serve to initiate newer gamers into the fascinating art and craft of amusement park design.

Planet Coaster Preview

Deliver Us the Moon Preview

That’s the Deliver Us the Moon demo in a nutshell: it looks and feels perfectly good, but it has no substance. In a few months (which, incidentally, is when the first of the five planned episodes is set to drop), when additional content is more visible, the title may be worth a look. For now, it’s just another drop in the Greenlight ocea

Deliver Us the Moon Preview
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Pendragon Rising

The story itself is very well written, though some will note the tone of language is more modern rather than reflecting the dialect of the times for the most part

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Pendragon Rising

Street Fighter V Preview

With its release set for February 2016, there's still plenty of time until we get to see the final product. Outside of a few server issues, I am excited by what's taking shape, and look forward to the many, many hours I'll set aside to watching people who are much, much better then me play this game (yes, I'll play it too, but come on, who am I kidding).

Street Fighter V Preview

Might and Magic: Heroes VII Hands On

Whether or not this safe approach works remains to be seen, but stressing fundamentals as opposed to flash feels like an interesting choice in a land filled to the brim with overly flashy, completely underwhelming sequels.

Might and Magic: Heroes VII Hands On

Preview: Call of Duty Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta

Over the past week a couple of our editors had the opportunity to jump into one of this holidays most anticipated games, Call of Duty: Black Ops III. As many of you already know this past week was the launch of the games multiplayer beta. Our editors sat down for the beta and jotted down their thoughts for your reading pleasure. So sit back, relax, and jump into our look at the multiplayer for Black Ops III.

Preview: Call of Duty Black Ops III Multiplayer Beta