Recently Taito released a digital only version of Dariusburst Chronicle Saviour and despite a steep price tag, it has an impressive amount of content. In this quick look we briefly see what it has to offer.
Fred from The B-Team Podcast delves into the “weird west” for a look at Creative Forge Games’ tactical SRPG Hard West. Hard West tells tales of revenge and ambition set in a world that’s somewhat like our own but also very different. In this quick look we take a peek at the basic gameplay mechanics
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing takes you into a gothic take on the classic Diablo II formula where it’s all about loot, your build, and outsmarting larger scale enemies. Now that the final cut has released that blends all three installments into one grand adventure, Fred demonstrates the game’s basic concepts and what you can
A Transformers brawler featuring Generation 1 (ie: the original 1980s cartoon) graphics and plot that’s developed by Platinum. It’s a fantastic run down memory lane in this short, but sweet commentary free longplay.
Fred and his friend Nick sit down to play through the entirety of Until Dawn, make various decisions, and comment over it. This is part 1 of a 10 part series that will slowly trickle out over October. This main post will expand as the playlist expands, so you will want to return here as
Over the weekend Fred and Eli decided to give a quick look at the recently released brawler Zombie Vikings. Taking a co-op approach from earlier titles like Golden Axe and Streets of Rage, this game captures that feel while also throwing its own hilarious style and plot. Note: A review code was provided to each
*Join us on The B-Team Podcast this Thursday, 08/13/15 at 9pm EST on allgames.com for a chance at a free Steam code for this very game!* The team at Tiny Build were kind enough to provide a review code of the remastered version of their action platformer originally on PC called No Time To Explain
Godzilla released on the Playstation 3 in Japan last year and aside from getting slammed for its technical flaws, it was also said to be a pretty boring game to play. This initial look does make you want to pick the game up, and the PS4 upgrade definitely irons out all the tech hiccups, but
It turns out that the PC version of Arkham Knight is not quite impressing people as much as making them frustrated. From extremely high hardware requirements to horrible support of AMD cards and a standard locked framerate, the PC elite are not pleased. Fortunately we didn’t have any problems on our initial tests with an
On June 1, developer Destructive Creations released the PC only game Hatred. The game will remain on PC almost assuredly due to the noteworthy Adults Only (AO) rating it was provided by the ESRB, which rates and categorizes content in video games for the United States. Hatred is getting discussed because it’s one of the first