Caligo is the pretentious, trying-too-hard walking simulator that that guy from the internet once warned you about.
Scanner Sombre has some of the better aspects of walking simulators along with some of the worst.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Burgers! Fries!! EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!
I enjoyed Battle Chasers in high school: it had an incredible art style and a fun, if standard fantasy adventure storyline full of legendary artifacts, talking robots, and warriors with mysterious pasts. But I’d be a liar if I expected that it had any sort of rebirth set up for its future.
And I was wrong in a big way: because not only is Battle Chasers: Nightwar a fun continuation of the comic’s memorable characters, it’s a pretty stand up video game in its own right.
When Terroir left Early Access in September, I was genuinely excited. A tycoon game that centers around owning a vineyard, raising grapes, and fermenting them into daddy’s favorite grape drink seemed perfect for me: exactly the sort of itch I was hoping to scratch.
Sadly, Terroir isn’t quite there yet.
The recent expansion War Of The Chosen is no slouch when it comes to taking the base game of XCOM 2 and improving on it in a big way. War of the Chosen is an expansion in the old school sense of the word. Somewhere along the way, expansions were replaced by DLC, and the difference seems to be that while DLC adds features to a base game, an expansion truly… well, expands it. Both in the way you play and what you play against.
The Sexy Brutale isn’t flawless, but like a serial killer in an ice cream shop, it’s difficult to get out of your head once you’ve encountered it for a few hours.