Battle Chef Brigade is one of the most inviting and pleasant game experiences of the year. We recently chatted with Ben Perez, programmer and tech lead, about their unique approach.
Search all you will but you will not find an end of the year list quite as impressive as this. Behold, we give you the 10 games from 2017 we think the Son of God Himself would love the most.
Total Warhammer 2’s different factions expose the central flaw of our human nature.
“The stories we tell, and how we tell them, say something about us, and Original Sin II says that the best things in life don’t come easy.”
This War of Mine is a cooperative survival game but even that moniker is slightly misleading. It’s a game that forces players to acknowledge the human cost of war.
Tacoma embraces introverts by providing an imaginative playground of possibilities for meaningful interpersonal communication.
In a franchise known for its emphasis on high kill/death ratios, Call of Duty: WWII does something new: it asks players to consider the value of other human lives.
Mario, Peach, and Bowser are back in Super Mario Odyssey, but this time each must forge their own path.
Jettomero is just like you, clumsily stumbling through the world, hoping to to do some good in it.
A Mortician’s Tale gives players a glimpse into the reality of care after death and examines how we can best respect the deceased.
Sometimes wandering off the beaten path and crafting our own narratives is more satisfying than staying on-script.
Wolfenstein 2 provides stunningly honest commentary about America’s present social ills, but is it helpful to prescribe fire to douse the flames?