April showers have sprung fresh games for us to review. We strapped on our VR headset to get kills in Zombieland VR and swung like Spider-Man to stop an alien invasion. We got dropped in strange new lands with fun powers. We also hacked and slacked our way through feudal times. Check out all the games we unboxed and reviewed this April in the Gamebox 2.0.
The first of Warner Bros’ 2021 HBO Max/Theatrical hybrid releases, The Little Things star Denzel Washington as a former LAPD detective turned deputy upstate who returns to Los Angeles on a procedural errand and ends up getting drawn into a case involving a serial killer being investigated by hotshot detective Jim Baxter (Rami Malek).
2021 has arrived and we hope it brings new and exciting things. In our January game reviews, we started off the year right with some interesting indie titles to get ready for more gaming throughout 2021. We stepped into the boxing ring to earn fame and fortune in Billion Beat, explored a spooky theater with lights and shadows in Iris.Fall, and became a medieval bully in Rustler: Prologue.
After losing her family in a murderous home invasion, a woman copes with her situation through folk tales. Many years later, an opportunity presents itself for the woman to avenge her past. However, just as she starts her hunt down the man responsible for her family’s death, she is drawn into a mysterious conspiracy that leads her far down a bloody path.
One of the first big Netflix blockbusters for 2021, Anthony Mackie stars as an android super-soldier on a classified mission with a disgraced drone pilot during a future war in Eastern Europe in the sci-fi action movie Outside the Wire.
For this month’s Gamebox 2.0, we checked out a few titles to help us pass the time until 2021 arrives. We got to virtually pilot giant mecha in Altdeus: Beyond Chronos, took a wild west adventure in El Hijo, investigated goofy World War II occult happenings in Nine Witches: Family Disruption, survived a brutal 2d world in Unto the End, and turned a small business into a money-making machine in Startup Panic
Much hyped due to the first on-screen match-up between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie Chan, Iron Mask features that fight and so much more in its over the top fantasy adventure that is arguably too overstuffed with plot and side characters.
The Martian scientist Xi’Zeer unleashes his newest mutated creation, Green Sonja. Possessing Sonja’s destructive abilities and the Martian’s advanced weaponry, Green Sonja is a lethal combination. Swords will clash and blood will be spilled, but will it be red or green?