Zach runs down his list of the best games he played in 2017, a year that was absolutely jam packed with incredible games, some of which are probably going to go down as some of the best of all time.
The final Gamebox 2.0 of 2017 has some fun new turn based strategy games, a twin stick shooter with a fun and interesting art style and a shooter from 2011 that was recently given away for free from Humble Bundle.
As we head into the holidays, there’s still a bunch of games to check out, including the PR disaster of Star Wars: Battlefront II, Hand of Fate 2, The Count Lucanor, new trivia game It’s Quiz Time, Riot: Civil Unrest and more.
We’re deep in the big fall releases and we checked out some of the bigger releases for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 like Call of Duty: WW2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Assassin’s Creed Origins along with a few smaller but still cool game releases.
We played some spooky games just in time for Halloween, a surprisingly fun, free Stranger Things tie-in, a new twist on the Party Hard games, a insanely fun throwback to the Gamecube era platformers and more for the latest edition of Gamebox 2.0
Hot on the heels of the last edition of Gamebox 2.0, we luckily got inundated again with more games to check out, all of them out either last week or this week on PC and console, including the latest from I-Mockery.com, Grave Chase.
For the latest edition of Gamebox 2.0, we got to take control of Leatherface in Dead by Daylight, played some stylish new takes on old school genres with Pankapu and Samurai Riot, the latest blockbuster Uncharted game and more.
Zach and Chris got the chance to check out some new games out for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 like Yakuza Kiwami, The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor and Doomwheel while also catching up on some older recent games.
Another edition of Gamebox 2.0 is here with a bunch of recent games that we got to check out, with a bunch of them sharing similar board game inspirations, using dice and cards as keys to their combat like Children of Zodiarcs and Galaxy of Pen & Paper.
Telltale announced three new seasons for some of their biggest series in the run up to SDCC with the second seasons of Batman and The Wolf Among Us and the final season of The Walking Dead.