Games Workshop and Auroch Digital have joined forces to bring together a special and one of a kind contest. Auroch Digital has personally invited you, our readers, to be a part of it. What’s amazing about that is EDG and Auroch Digital have worked together to make the open contest even more exciting for you, […]
Warhammer 40,000: Regicide has released onto Steam in an Early Access state. Unlike many Early Access titles, it is pretty polished and stable. The community is still hunting bugs and sharing ideas about things they would like to see implemented, to which Hammerfall Publishing is being very receptive. This level of community involvement is creating a great […]
Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night is a standalone game, not DLC for Chainsaw Warrior. If you’ve already played Chainsaw Warrior, and it was not enough to sate you, then this one is everything you were hoping the last game would be and more. If you have not played either game, then I highly recommend you start […]
Developer Full Control has returned with a vengeance. When Space Hulk released on August 15, 2013, there was much confusion as to what the game was suppose to be. A lot of people just didn’t understand it. The original game was a board game adaptation that was brought to PC and iPad, complete with multiplayer. However, a […]
One of the games that was at PAX South 2015 that I was really excited to know more about was Grey Goo. Unlike with other RTS games where strategy is a one size fits all, Grey Goo gives you the freedom to play the game the way you want to play it. You have to spend time with […]
Games Workshop’s board game Warhammer Quest has come to life in a video game format. Even though it is a board game, they took the time to make it feel more like a video game, which is a refreshing touch. As a point of clarity, this is not Hero Quest, so don’t confuse the two.