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World of Van Helsing: Deathtrap Review - A Gory Maze of Possibilities

Deathtrap

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing is a solid action RPG series for PS4 that spans across three games and offers up a rich gothic fantasy world to explore. The creature designs, and sharp writing were some of my favorite elements, but one thing I didn’t expect to enjoy was the tower defense minigame it included.

Unrailed! Review - Crazy Train

Unrailed!

Gaming as a medium seems to be limitless in its creativity. Just when you think every idea has been done before, a game like Unrailed! comes along and sends you for a loop. In this clever cooperative game (it also includes a versus mode), you’ll need to craft and build train tracks through varying environments while the train is moving!

Hellpoint Review - In Space, No One Can Hear You Die Repeatedly

Hellpoint

While I don’t like making direct comparisons, it’s hard not to point to Dark Souls when we talk about the hardcore action RPG genre. When it comes to games like that, the Souls series is the granddaddy of them all. While many have borrowed the formula, it’s games like Hellpoint that really try to take things a few steps further.

Maid of Sker Review - Hear No Evil

Maid of Sker

As a horror fan, I am perfectly fine with the number of horror titles we’ve seen this generation. That being said, many of them tend to lean into a stealth version of the genre where you’re defenseless and must sneak your way through untold numbers of enemies and monsters. It’s scary, sure, but it can get exhausting and repetitive very quick.

Superliminal Review - A Matter of Perspective

Superliminal

While not quite as prevalent as the first-person shooter, the first-person puzzler has seen plenty of variations in the last decade. From the standout success of the Portal series, to the hilarious meta-narrative of The Stanley Parable, I always have a soft-spot for a game that makes you think about things in a different way, or in this case, a different perspective.

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