Quite a few developers have adapted physical board games into digital form. Australian developer League of Geeks’ debut effort incorporates a number of components often associated with table-top games. Taking place on a hexagonal playfield, ...Read More »
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Base building in real-time strategy titles is often a thankless affair. With the port of Siegecraft Commander for the Switch (the title was previously released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC), developer Blowfish Studios ...Read More »
The 2008 release of Valkyria Chronicles was thoroughly enjoyed by a community of console-owning strategy fans. Shirking the slow-pace of most tactically-oriented titles, an overhead view of the battlefield repeatedly switched to a third-person perspective. ...Read More »
With appearances from notable personalities like Kenshiro, Ronaldo, and the Blue Bomber, this week’s schedule of new releases is a rather star-studded event. For those with little interesting in Fist of the North Star: Lost ...Read More »
Save for Altus’ localization of Metal Saga in 2006, the Metal Max series has largely eschewed Western releases. From a financial perspective, that decision might be defensible. Although the series is often commended for its ...Read More »
For some, gaming revolves around visual appeal. Understandably, after spending hundreds of dollars on hardware, there’s an urge to justify your expense. And undoubtedly, one of the easiest ways to rationalize that new graphics card ...Read More »
Woefully, cell-shaded tanks are rather rare in gaming. But peer across this week’s schedule of new game releases and you’ll find two titles that showcase armored vehicles rendered in a delightful hard-drawl style. If neither ...Read More »
A 1985 study from scholars at Cornell and Stanford refuted the notion of shooting streaks in professional basketball. The researchers asserted that people mistakenly attribute successions of successful shots as ‘hot hands’, when every attempt ...Read More »
Since its 2011 debut, the Senran Kagura franchise has been remarkably prolific. Beyond five different manga series, two anime, and five mainline games, the property has prompted a number of interactive spin-offs. From a Japan-only ...Read More »
From Lara Croft’s latest outing, a new Senran Kagura spin-off, as well as a double dose of Scribblenauts, this week has a number of notable new releases. Disney diehards will be happy to know that ...Read More »