Metal Gear Survive doesn't have a lot of charm, but it's still a fun time if you're playing with friends. Staff Writer Heather Alexandra and Video Producer Paul Tamayo geared up to build bases and stab nano-zombies in this absurd and perplexing Metal Gear spin-off.
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A couple of weeks back I wrote about Lineage 2: Revolution, a mobile MMORPG that can be played mostly on autopilot. Two weeks later, I'm still playing. After a decade and a half of playing highly involved PC MMOs, it's nice to have a game I only need to play an hour a day.
Ubisoft Reflections, the studio behind Grow Home and Grow Up, continues its growth spurt with the release of Atomega on Steam. It's a blocky competitive first-person shooter in which players battle over mass, attempting to out-grow and overpower the competition. It's a cool little game that could use some serious expansion.
In 2012, Brazil's Behold Studios released Knights of Pen and Paper, a video game that captured the experience of a bunch of players sitting around a table playing a fantasy role-playing game. Galaxy of Pen and Paper, available today on PC, iOS and Android, does the same thing, only better, and in space.
If the operating system on the PC I used in the '90s was anything like the one in Andrew Morrish's OS/RPG Kingsway, I would have gotten a lot more "work" done back then.
Originally released in 2015 for the PlayStation Vita, Superbeat: Xonic is a hardcore rhythm game that's only real failing was being released during one of the Vita's rocky patches (that is, post launch). Now it's out on Xbox One, ready to show a much bigger audience around some great music.
Ustwo's perception puzzle adventure Monument Valley is one of my favourite mobile games. The sequel popped up earlier this week as a surprise announcement during Apple's WWDC keynote, and it's every bit as beautiful, relaxing and enjoyable as the first.