survival crafting

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey Review

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is difficult and opaque in many important ways, but its premise is refreshing and its vision compelling enough to keep the player moving forward.

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey Review

The Forest Review

Like the misbegotten love child of Silent Hill and Minecraft, The Forest is a surprising and altogether fascinating hybrid of survival horror and crafting, set in an open world that is full of potential. Like the semi-human cannibals that stalk the player, The Forest is another example of mutant game DNA that splices some now very familiar genres together into a sum that is better than its parts.

The Forest Review

Conan Exiles Review

With dozens of open world survival/crafting games crowding the market, any new entry needs a strong hook and distinct identity. With its link to one of fantasy fiction's most iconic characters, you'd think that Conan Exiles would have it made. The title suggests a Frank Frazetta painting come to life in all its hyper-masculine, brutal glory.

Conan Exiles Review