In the spirit of the season, Mat Langford looks back at some of his favourite retro games, and why they still hold up today.
The Yog-Sothoth, D’endrrah, Nyarlathotep and, indeed, the Master of R’lyeh await purveyors of cosmic terror in a brand-new celebration of the art of the Arkham Horror board game.
Though frustrating at times, our Mat Langford says that Green Hell on PlayStation delivers a story well worth playing.
Hood: Outlaws and Legends has familiar and interesting combat, but its adherence to both the PvE and PvP aspects leave it somewhat floundering at both.
With real-life baseball off the table for the foreseeable future, there’s no better way to scratch that MLB itch than by playing MLB The Show ’20. Mat Langford has his review!
‘Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden’ is a winner with cool sneak mechanics, smooth transitions to turn-based battle, and addictive gameplay.
If you’re looking for a hilarious way to spend a few hours, Trover Saves the Universe is a great way to do it.
If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer for that hard to buy for gamer on your list, Mat Langford recommends FanFit gaming!
Stepping on to the floor of the Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo (EGLX) in Toronto, it was easy to see its allure. Now in its 3rd year, EGLX started out – as its website states – as a small get-together [that] has grown into Canada’s largest video game event.
Battle Group 2 is fundamentally sound and fun at times, but it’s a short game with little replayability, making for a great bite-sized adventure better suited for those looking for a quick play with little long-term commitment.
Today is the morning of day one of Fan Expo Canada 2018. And if there’s one idea that needs to be decided over your first cup of coffee, it’s the idea of priority. Let us help!
Playing the new God of War is very close to a new experience for me, and I’m walking in minus any potential baggage that may come from being a fan of the originals. For that, I’m extremely grateful.
Because God of War is epic.