Category Archives: Games

Power Rangers Legacy Wars Android Timing Based Fighting Game Review

Power Rangers Legacy Wars

The Power Rangers just experienced a reboot in theaters this past weekend and shortly before that, we got a new mobile game. Power Rangers Legacy is sort of the “game based on the movie” release that we see in these

Apocalypse Meow Android Overhead Shooter Review

People. There are two types in this world, at least that is what dating sties tell us. Dog people and cat people. Well, cat people, after watching the introduction video for Apocalypse Meow, you have some explaining to do. Cats

Batman Arkham Underground Android Game Review

Batman Arkham Underworld

Batman, the one movie franchise that DC Comics has going that is good. That is if he is on his own – so far, the teaming up thing has not worked out so well. Not nearly as well as it

Photon Strike Overhead Scrolling Android Shooter Review

Photon Strike

Okay, anyone that knows me probably knows I suck at most scrolling shooters. At least today I do. Back in my younger days, around the early to mid-90’s, I was much better at them. At least I think I was.

Dead Cells Roguelike Castlevania Style Game to Show at PAX East

Dead Cells Metroidvania 2D Action

As we get closer to PAX East this weekend we continue to learn about new titles that will be at the show. One such new title is Dead Cells, a Castlevania style action-platformer making use of pixelized graphics. If I

AWAY Journey to the Unknown to Show at PAX East

AWAY Journey to the Unknown

It seems that PAX East is shaping up to be quite the place to be this weekend. That is very true if you are an indie game fan. Not only will Northgard be shown at PAX East but also this

Nier Automata Steam Day One Bonus Items Revealed, Releases on Playstation March 7th

Nier Automata

Square Enix are quite busy with their work on releasing new games that don’t have Final Fantasy in the name. One such title is Nier Automata which tells the tale of androids and a world left behind by humans. Of

Northgard to Appear At PAX East Featuring New Content

Previously we covered Northgard and judging by  the response by our readers, it is a very anticipated upcoming release. Well, the good news is that Northdgard will be on display at this year’s PAX East event on March 10th. The

Lara Croft Go Mirror of Spirits Expansion Now Available on PC for Free

Lara Croft GO

Lara Croft GO is one of those “chances” that companies sometimes take on franchises. Starting out as a 3D third person adventure game starring Lara Croft, Tomb Raider set new interest in gaming. It could be that the main character

Spy DNA Prepares for Steam Greenlight

Spy DNA

Anyone that has played games for any decent length of time has experienced more than one tactical strategy game featuring soldiers. These games often have some semblance of realism built in, at least they want you to think that. Spy

New Trailer Released for The Other 99, Updates and Improvements Implemented

The Other 99, for those that don’t know already, is a first-person action-survival game. You wake up on a mysterious island and have no clue how you got here. Nearby you is a note that simply reads, “The only way

Northgard Mixes Civilization VI with Norse Mythology

I have a confession to make, I am a huge fan of Civilization, still play the second game a lot (including the new fan port to the Commodore 64). Probably more than I should. I got seriously addicted to the

Xbox Store Receives Puzzle Platform Game Shift Happens, Steam Version Drops Too

We are trying a new focus here at Gravis Ludus so expect more coverage of modern games on Playstation, Xbox, Steam, etc. One of the first titles we wanted to mention in this new direction was Shift Happens by Deck

DomiNations Review

One area that mobile devices fail quite a bit at is the city building or civilization building genre. Sure, lately things have gotten better but we still do not have that Command and Conquer killer or Age of Empires replacement.

Twin Moons Society: Hidden Mystery Receives Update

Twin Moons Society

G5 Entertainment are squarely entrenched in the casual game market. Their game catalog is full of games that are easy to pick up, understand, and just enjoy by gamers of most ages. Twin Moon Society: Hidden Mystery is no different;

Human Age Review on Android

The Human Age by Noodlecake

Puzzle games. Ah, the good old standby that most developers, both commercially and homebrew independent types, pound into the ground. It seems since the early days of gaming puzzle games were going to be around. From Tetris to Columns to