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Post-apocalyptic on-the-go fun
September 28, 2018 - The sequel to the 1988 classic that inspired the Fallout series is finally available for Switch. The question is; do you have what it takes to be a Desert Ranger in the unforgiving world of Wasteland 2?
Read more: Wasteland 2: Director's Cut Review
Brothers meets Braid
September 27, 2018 - Control the flow of time in this clever and charming puzzle adventure from indie developers The Voxel Agents.
Read more: The Gardens Between Review
The Legend of Young
September 27, 2018 - Take up your broom and join Young on his quest to protect the Briar from the Darkness... whatever that means!
Read more: Anodyne Review
This tank is half-empty
September 26, 2018 - You don't see many JRPGs that have you driving around a post-apocalyptic desert in a tank. Metal Max Xeno is a sequel to the long-running Metal Max series so let's see if it was worth localizing for western audiences.
Read more: Metal Max Xeno Review
Uncover a hero's mysterious past
September 24, 2018 - After I wrote an article about why we need more Dragon Quest, Square Enix thankfully fulfilled my (and many other fans') wishes by finally releasing the latest mainline game in North America.
Read more: Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Review
An EDF shmup spin-off?!
September 23, 2018 - The B movie game series with giant enemy insects finally has a shoot 'em up. So, get ready to squash bugs as only a Wingdiver can!
Read more: Earth Defense Force 4.1: Wing Diver The Shooter Review
Say hello to the bad guy
September 20, 2018 - Tired of saving the world and rescuing the princess? Nefarious flips the script by allowing you to be a supervillain bent on destruction.
Read more: Nefarious Review
Perpetual motion in VR
September 19, 2018 - Guiding a constantly moving entity to its goal is nothing new. That being said, Neonwall definitely provides a fresh take on this formula.
Read more: Neonwall Review
VR FPS LOL
September 19, 2018 - With many developers experimenting with what virtual reality is capable of; it's surprising that there aren't more first-person shooters. Firewall Zero Hour is here to help fill that void and it's an impressively tight experience.
Read more: Firewall Zero Hour Review
Unlimited and Unmasked return
September 18, 2018 - Games that reward your imagination are too few and far between. Luckily, Maxwell is back with his 2 greatest adventures.
Read more: Scribblenauts Mega Pack Review