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A card game for coders
October 10, 2017 - Even though we mostly write about video games, this card game caught our interest. Potato Pirates is an educational tabletop game that aims to educate kids on the world of computer programming. As a programmer myself, I wanted first dibs to try it out.
Read more: Potato Pirates: Get Fried and Learn Programming
Fun but far from revolutionary
May 2, 2017 - Now available as a free open-beta, Games of Glory brings solid team-based battles to PlayStation 4 and Steam. It definitely doesn't reinvent the genre but you might be surprised by how tight its competitive online matches are so let's take a deeper look.
Read more: Games of Glory: Simple Online Twin-Stick Mayhem
WarioWare meets 2D platforming
February 25, 2017 - If you have attention deficit disorder (like most gamers) then the fast-paced and constantly changing gameplay of 88 Heroes will be right up your alley. I recently had the opportunity to play it so here's what to expect when it releases in a few weeks.
Read more: I Got 88 Heroes and a Glitch Is One
We think you'll like jammin', too
February 18, 2017 - A free Disc Jam beta just fizzed its way onto PS4 and the good news is that it's tons of fun. So, what are you waiting for? Go download it and enjoy (after reading our hands-on impressions, of course).
Read more: The Disc Jam Beta Serves up a Whole Load of Fun on PS4
Wipeout without racing
February 3, 2017 - If you find the idea of soaring through arenas while piloting a hovercraft and shooting online opponents appealing then here's a game for you. Crash Force definitely has a solid premise but does it deliver the goods?
Read more: Test Driving Crash Force: Promising Hovercraft Combat
Hands-on with online dino survival
December 10, 2016 - After extensive early access periods on both PC and Xbox One, Ark: Survival Evolved finally comes to PlayStation 4. Is this still-unfinished game worth picking up ahead of its final release date in the spring?
Read more: Ark: Survival Evolved Still Needs to Evolve
Surviving a drug-fueled dystopia
July 28, 2016 - Compulsion Games' We Happy Few has already established itself as a unique experience that has captured many gamers' imaginations. Now that I got to play through an early build of it, I'll outline what to expect from this very strange tale.
Read more: Hands-On We Happy Few: Toss Your Joy in the Bin
Prepare to test your mettle
May 28, 2016 - If the concept of intensely challenging one-on-one arena combat entices you then Furi's a game to keep on your radar. I recently played through a short demo so let's explore this grueling world and see if it puts up a fair fight.
Read more: Get Your Rage on with Furi
Finally, some genre innovation
May 10, 2016 - When it comes to JRPGs, you'd think that it's all been done before. However, Grand Kingdom is here to prove you wrong. With inventive tactical battles set in a wondrous world, get ready for one immersive strategic experience.
Read more: Grand Kingdom: A Fresh Take on Strategy RPGs
Prepare to die as a samurai
May 4, 2016 - Now that gamers have sunk their teeth into Dark Souls III, here's a new IP to get excited about. After playing Nioh's alpha demo, it's clear that this game is going to be incredible. However, does it have what it takes to convert dedicated Souls fans?
Read more: Nioh Could Be Team Ninja's Dark Souls Killer