Chimeraland, developed by Pixel Soft and published by Level Infinite, launched last month in North America. It is a sandbox MMO that mashes up various systems from monster hunting to survival-style building. While the game feels unpolished, it does have a lot of depth to the gameplay. Check out Kevin's review.
Harebrained Schemes brought its tactical combat RPG, Shadowrun Returns to the PC back in 2013. Since then, the series has spawned two sequels, expanding on the universe. Now the classic cRPGs are on console, but how well does the experience translate? Mitch explores in our review.
Just over a year ago, Outriders charged onto the scene. A looter-shooter by People Can Fly, Outriders tries to straddle the line between an always-online non-live-service title and a traditional multiplayer shooter. With Worldslayer, Outriders brings more loot, new story content, and more. But the question remains: is it worth your money?
Developer Stardock Entertainment released Galactic Civilizations IV on April 26th. This 4x space strategy retains several familiar elements for fans of the series while incorporating new features. After playing through several games, this is Kevin's review.
Standing desks can be, and largely are, pretty expensive. We took a look at a more budget-friendly option on the market, the Devaise Rustic Brown Electric Standing Desk.
Total War: Warhammer III, by Creative Assembly, has now been out for half a month, and Kevin has explored the multiplayer. Has Creative Assembly been as successful with the new/improved multiplayer features? Check out our multiplayer review and final score.
The Lord of the Rings Online's latest expansion, Fate of Gundabad, sees players retaking the legendary home of the Dwarves themselves. But how does this hold up, and does Durin's quest to reclaim Mountain-home do enough? We take a look at the story, new features and more in our review of the expansion.