Tales of Maj’Eyal: Age Of Ascendancy , a roguelike developed by Darkgod and his team, and is one of the most essential roguelike experiences you can play today. Keeping in spirit with the original Rogue, Tales of Maj’Eyal can be downloaded […]
(Review based on V 184.108.40.206 — V 220.127.116.11 of Grim Dawn. Reviewer purchased game from Steam. Grim Dawn is exclusive to the PC. The version of the game played was purchased by the reviewer.) Update 05/11/2016: a previous version of this article mistakenly listed the number […]
(Based on Alpha version 0.12.29 of the game. Purchased though Factorio Website. Factorio is exclusive to the PC.) I love Factorio. Maybe it’s my love for 2D top down games, or maybe it’s my love for the resource management genre, […]
Tom Clancy’s The Division received to some ridicule on its release for creating a “line simulator.” Due to no clipping being allowed between other player characters, players found themselves needing to queue in lines to talk to NPCs for game progression. […]
Cate is here with a review of the casual game Herding Dog from Xixgames and Black Shell Media
Kate is here, sanity in tatters, with part two of her MajorMinor review.
As we were rounding out the year here at SuperNerdLand, we figured we might as well do some sort of commemoration in the selection of a “… of the Year” piece. The thing is, items like “Game of the Year” […]
Killer Tofu offers his thoughts on how and why the Arena Shooter genre shrunk to a pea in the last decade.
“Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil.” Psalm 23. Major\Minor recently came out on Steam for $9.99, and against my better judgment I bought it during a sale. The game is […]