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Saturday, April 29

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Review

They say that the most deadly weapon on earth is a Marine with his rifle. Particularly if you are as motivated as Jonathan North, the protagonist of Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, who is capable of making lethal shots more than 500 meters away with his precision rifle.

Friday, April 28

Shiness: The Lighting Kingdom Review

The adventure takes place in a fantasy world in which three species coexist: humans, wakis and shelks. The main character is called Chado, a waki who next to his friend Poky, follow the instructions of a Shiness that only Chado can see and communicate with the objective to reach an unknown place on the planet and save it from destruction.

Thursday, April 27

Outlast 2 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series - Episode 1 Review

This time in our review, we are not dealing with a complete game if not only the first chapter of the five that make up the complete adventure.

Wednesday, April 26

First Look: Human: Fall Flat

Human: Fall Flat, developed by No Brakes Game is a quirky, open-ended physics-based puzzle and exploration game set in floating dreamscapes. Your goal is to escape these surreal dreams by solving puzzles with nothing but your wits and physics.

- Direct and complete control of the character. Nothing is scripted and no limits imposed
- Fully interactive environments, grab anything, climb anything, carry anything
- Local co-op mode for you and a friend to tackle the worlds together
- 8 beautiful dreamscapes to explore with many puzzles to solve
- Unlimited replay value created by you thinking outside the box

Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

Human: Fall Flat releases on the Xbox Store on May 12th for $24.99

For more information on Human: Fall Flat, check out the official website: http://www.nobrakesgames.com/human/

First Look: Save the Ninja Clan

Save the Ninja Clan, developed by Sometimes You and Willz, is a platformer for casual players as well as speed runners. There are two ways to play this game: play through the normal story mode or find secrets/"bugs" in the game to annoy the Game Manager watching.

An evil ninja kidnapped your friends. You must collect scrolls in order to find your friends and save them. You will play as different ninjas as the journey progresses. Each ninja has a different ability: Green ninja has a double jump, Purple Ninja has a sprint, and the Grey Ninja has a dash (with temporary invincibility).

- 30 Unique Levels
- Secrets/Bugs in all non boss levels
- 3 Ninja types with different abilities
- 3 Boss Fights
- Game too hard or too easy? Adjust the game speed
- You can unlock knife modifications
- Many stats are tracked
- Replays that show previous attempts
- Secret ending which unlocks something secret

Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

Save the Ninja Clan releases on the Xbox Store on May 5th for $2.99

Tuesday, April 25

'n Verlore Verstand Review

  • Game: 'n Verlore Verstand
  • Developer: Skobbejak Games
  • Publisher: Skobbejak Games
  • Price: $14.99
  • Size: -  2.22 GB
  • Release Date: April 21th 2017
  • For More Info - http://skobbejakgames.com/games/

Sunday, April 23

Voodoo Vince: Remastered Review

Cities: Skylines Review

The grace in Cities: Skylines is to expand and change your city through your management and government to create your ideal city or world. This means that in its unique gameplay brings together a myriad of possibilities, which we can exploit by creating the cities we want and focusing each one of them to a style of government or other options offered by the game. 

Friday, April 21

Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom Review

Flinthook Review

  • Game: Flinthook
  • Developer: Tribute Games
  • Publisher: Tribute Games Inc.
  • Price: $14.99
  • Size: -  462.57 MB
  • Release Date: April 18th 2017
  • For More Info - http://flinthook.com/

Thursday, April 20

Wonder Boy: The Dragon´s Trap Review

  • Game: Wonder Boy: The Dragon´s Trap
  • Developer: LizardCube
  • Publisher: DotEmu
  • Price: $19.99
  • Size: -  1.04 GB
  • Release Date: April 18th 2017
  • For More Info - http://www.thedragonstrap.com/

The Sexy Brutale Review

Wednesday, April 19

First Look: Planetbase

Planetbase, developed by Madruga Works Limited is a strategy game where you guide a group of space settlers trying to establish an outpost on a remote planet.

In the game you play the role of the base architect and manager, telling your colonists where to build the structures they will need to survive. You will have to ensure that they have a constant supply of oxygen, food and water to stay alive.

You will get them to collect energy, extract water, mine metal, grow food, manufacture bots, and build a fully self-sufficient base in a harsh environment, where you are always one step away from total failure.

Even if the game is not intended to be a simulator, all the mechanics are plausible, and based on what the expected challenges of establishing a colony in an new planet would be.

- Four different planets with different conditions and increasing difficulty.
- Harness solar and wind energy (if available) in order to power the base's structures.
- Grow hydroponic Vegetables and synthesize Vitromeat to feed your population.
- Mine and produce raw resources, process them, manufacture goods, and establish a production chain.
- Carefully manage the colonist immigration flow to ensure you have the people with the right skills.
- Survive disasters like meteors, sandstorms or solar flares and defend your base from intruders.
- Mechanize your base by creating your own bots that will help with the more arduous tasks.
- Grow your colony from a few initial pioneers to a vibrant planetbase with hundreds of colonists.

Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

Planetbase releases on the Xbox Store on May 3rd for $19.99

For more information on Planetbase, check out the official website: http://planetbase.madrugaworks.com/

Monday, April 17

Race the Sun Review

    For those of you who have not heard of this 'indie' title, know that it´s an 'endless runner', a genre very popular on mobile devices and of which there is not much representation on consoles.
    And, because of their nature, these games are ideal for smartphones and tablets, which are the perfect ecosystems to take a quick game while we wait for the bus.
    So how does Race the Sun, work on desktop consoles? Well the truth is better than expected.

    Sunday, April 16

    First Look: Race the Sun

    Race the Sun, developed by Flippfly, is a racing game where you are a solar craft. The sun is your death timer. Hurtle towards the sunset at breakneck speed in a futile race against time. Delay the inevitable by catching energy boosts which reverse the setting sun - if only for a moment.

    Race The Sun is inspired by arcade games of the past with a focus on highscores, short game sessions, and a sense of pure fun mingled with a nerve-wracking tension. The rules are simple: don't crash, stay in the light, and don't slow down!

    - Race at insane speeds through an infinite procedural world that changes every day - Complete objectives to unlock upgrades and level-up your ship (25 levels) - Customize your ship with attachments like faster turning and decals - Built-in editor that allows you to create your own endless worlds - "World portals" that transport you to user-created worlds - Unlockable ultra-hard world called Apocalypse

    Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

    Race the Sun releases on the Xbox Store on April 21st for $9.99

    For more information on Race the Sun, check out the official website: http://flippfly.com/racethesun/

    Tuesday, April 11

    Talent Not Included Review

      Talent Not Included is a platform game, that has enough humor and action, with excellent gameplay, linked to a rather striking plot that puts us in the skin of three characters who will make their own in a very original proposal. Located in Notthatmuchfurther town, the title tells the story of three monsters, Derp, Kevin and Zordok, bloodthirsty figures and admirers of the great playwright William Shakespeare, who should try to complete the different scenarios at the point of jumping and slashing through of the theatrical work, that is orchestrated in this singular and refreshing game of the independent studio Frima Studio.

      Monday, April 10

      Aaero Review

      • Game: Aaero
      • Developer: Mad Fellows
      • Publisher: Reverb Triple XP
      • Price: -
      • Size: - 2.09 GB
      • Release Date: April 11th 2017
      • For More Info - http://www.madfellowsgames.com/

      Thursday, April 6

      Blackwood Crossing Review

      • Game: Blackwood Crossing
      • Developer: Paper Seven
      • Publisher: Vision Games
      • Price: - $15.99
      • Size: - 4.29 GB
      • Release Date: Out now
      • For More Info - http://www.blackwoodcrossing.com/
      For a few years now, narrative-cut games have become genre in their own right, centering on telling stories over and above mechanically playable. This is something that happens with several visual novels, walk simulators or even Telltale Games titles. Sometimes, some games try to offer to tell some interesting argument, and the rest of type of puzzles so that we feel that they have weight in the adventure, and not only mere spectators.

      We will take control of Scarlett, Finn's older sister, with whom she is on a most peculiar train journey. At first it seems that the young man only wants to play a little with his sister, but as we will soon discover, this train trip is anything but normal.

      Tuesday, April 4

      Yooka-Laylee Review

        There’s a good reason people are excited about Yooka-Laylee. Coming from Playtonic Games, which is essentially made up of the minds that created Banjo-Kazooie back in 1999, it’s a love letter to a genre that hasn’t been the same since the late '90s.