Archive For: Reviews
Adults with a twisted sense of humor will definitely get a lot of laughs from Robot Chicken Season 7's bite-size chunks of irreverent comedy.
In The Black Hood #5, Greg puts his detective skills and fists to work, leading to an intense encounter with "The Connection".
Archie #1 features stellar artwork, though the characters haven't really evolved from their squeaky clean representation in the 1950s.
Hand of Fate is an interesting card game, mixing RPG elements with Hearthstone-style gameplay - but lacks the extra polish it needed to excel.
In Thasharen Entertainment's Windward, players explore a procedurally-generated world as a member of one of the game's four factions.
In Tic Toc Games' Adventures of Pip, players take control of a lone pixel, tasked with saving Princess Adeline from the Skeleton Queen.
In The Evil Within: The Executioner, players take control of the monolithic, hulking “Keeper” monster in first person perspective.
We got some hands-on time with Through the Woods, a third-person horror game developed by Norway based studio Antagonist.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: NYC Showdown is another solid retro collection from Nickelodeon, though this re-release is not without flaws.
Slender: The Arrival is the equivalent of a B-level, direct to video horror movie - a cheap, short thrill that will keep you entertained for a few hours.