REVIEW: Mercenary Kings

Mercenary Kings feels and sounds like it would be at home on the Neo-Geo.

You play as King or Empress, the two most skilled mercenaries on Earth. A criminal organization has wiped out your former team, the Mercenary Kings, and it’s your job to work your way through their ranks and avenge your fallen comrades.

REVIEW: Mark of the Ninja

After enjoying success on the Xbox 360 Mark of the Ninja has made its way to the PC. The first thing that Mark of the Ninja reminded me of was N, the flash game from way back in 2005. What Klei Entertainment did was add all the trimmings and focus on stealth and problem solving instead […]

REVIEW: Thomas Was Alone

Those of us who grew up with the Atari 2600 and its ilk remember a time when games had simple controls, music that was little more than a series of bleeps and bloops, and flat, cubic graphics. Thomas Was Alone brings me back to those days, filing in the hazy memories with a gorgeous soundtrack […]