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.
After Zeus’ death and the destruction of his rule, Kratos believed his torment would be over. Severing his connection to the gods and exiling himself, the God of War was to be no more. However, no matter how far he roams or what attempts he tries, he cannot outrun his fury and guilt. A war rages inside of Kratos, fighting to keep what little he has left to gain or lose.
Former Delta Force soldier Roy Pulver finds himself caught in a time loop where every day he’s targetted by assassins who kill him, causing the day to repeat. Roy has to figure out what is going on and how to stop it in Joe Carnahan’s latest action movie, Boss Level.
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.
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
While a lot of folks are digging into the PS5 or Xbox Series X or waiting out to get one, there’s still plenty of things to play now. For this month’s Gamebox 2.0, we faced the Blair Witch in VR, solved puzzles in a cemetery with the latest Exit board game, raced across 80s highways, […]
Scott Adkins is 16-bit side-scrolling action hero Max Cloud and video game superfan Sarah finds herself fighting alongside him in the body of Max’s sidekick Jake when she gets sucked into the game universe in the upcoming action/comedy, The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud.