Posts Tagged ‘pc’

Distortions Coming To Steam

by Peter Paltridgeon November 17, 2017
There are original game concepts, and then there’s Distortions, an upcoming title from indie developers Among Giants. The light premise involves a young woman waking up in a strange land and setting on a journey to find out how she got there. But the presentation looks like nothing else on the market today. From the […]

Ayo: A Rain Tale Now Available

by Peter Paltridgeon November 9, 2017
Last week we told you about the new puzzle platformer Ayo: A Rain Tale, which uses real-world situations as a base to create a fantastical adventure. Life in the sub-saharan African desert isn’t easy, but Ayo has the help of the supernatural Asili Twins to help her find water for her family. Then again, that […]

Conquer A Quickie Kingdom In Eight Minute Empire

by Peter Paltridgeon November 9, 2017
Most strategy games take a while to plan out. You must take the entire field, the enemy’s position, your armies and stock into consideration on each turn. But what if you had just eight minutes? That’s the hook behind Eight Minute Empire, an interesting twist on the strategy RPG that’s recently made its debut in […]

Ayo: A Rain Tale Coming To PC

by Peter Paltridgeon November 3, 2017
Ayo is a little girl who lives in sub-Saharan Africa, a region of the world prone to severe drought. She’s trying to locate water for her family, but finding it in the desert isn’t going to be easy. To make matters worse, after surviving a sandstorm she finds herself lost. So begins Ayo: A Rain […]

Cuphead: The Popgeeks Review

by Peter Paltridgeon October 29, 2017
I will say one thing about Cuphead — it is incredibly easy. In fact it must be the easiest game ever made. I beat the first twelve bosses blindfolded, operating the controller with my feet while on Ambien. My cat beat the next five. There are games starring Elmo that are harder than this, especially […]


NUMANTIA Is Out Today For PS4 And PC

by Peter Paltridgeon October 25, 2017
You may not have heard of the Numantine War, but you’ve more likely heard of NUMANTIA, the new strategy game that puts history at your control. It’s out today for Playstation 4 and PC. NUMANTIA is based on a real event that happened over 2000 years ago, The game is set in the Iberian Peninsula […]


NUMANTIA Makes A Game Out of History

by Peter Paltridgeon October 19, 2017
Most strategy games are based on fictional conflicts, but NUMANTIA, releasing soon on consoles and PC, takes its inspiration directly from a real event. It’s an obscure one, so odds are you’ve never heard of it. Who says education can’t be fun? NUMANTIA is set in the Iberian Peninsula during the Roman Republic era, at […]

Riskers Brings Old-School GTA Back

by Peter Paltridgeon October 17, 2017
Riskers, which goes live on Steam today, is a top-down 2-D shooter heavily inspired by Grand Theft Auto — but not as most people know it. Rockstar’s open-world series didn’t become popular until the third game — there were two before it, which contained much of the same gameplay yet rendered it in a flat, […]

Tooth And Tail Review

by Todd Blackon September 12, 2017
It’s always interesting to see how games change and morph to become something interesting and unique, and that definitely applies to Tooth and Tail. For on the surface, it seems like a simple RTS title, but as you dive into it, you realize that this is a game of true management of resources, mixed with […]

“Never Again” Hitting Early Access September 1st

by Todd Blackon August 29, 2017
A new 1st person horror/puzzle game is set to arrive on September 1st for Early Access on The game is the first title to release from an indie studio.  Here’s the full breakdown of the game, the demo of the title is available now on to play. “The dramatic story of the main […]

Rule With An Iron Fish Has Come To Steam

by Todd Blackon August 24, 2017
Sometimes games just like to have fun and make great puns. Such is the case with Rule With An Iron Fish. This popular mobile game, which won several rewards, has been asked to come to PC for some time. And now, it’s come to Steam this week. So, what is Rule With An Iron Fish? […]

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Shenmue 3 To Be Published By Deep Silver

by Peter Paltridgeon August 20, 2017
Shenmue 3 is still deep in development and we haven’t seen much of it beyond a few early screenshots. But we now know how it’s going to get from Japanese studio YsNet to your store. Publisher Deep Silver, currently behind such games as Metro Exodus and Agents of Mayhem, will globally distribute the long-awaited sequel […]