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The Dwarves Fall Short in Combat (Review)

We recently discussed the release of The Dwarves here on Gravis Ludus with much anticipation and excitement. The game was based on the first book of the aptly named series. However, in spite of our hopes for the game, the

Space Hulk: Deathwing Fails to Uphold the Legend

Warhammer 40,000 is a series of tabletop games which feature the eponymous Astartes. They stand at 7ft tall and are engineered on both a biological and psychological level. Clad in their signature power armor, these are some of the most

Survive a Horde of Cannibalistic Horrors in The Forest

The Forest was created by Endnight Games with a team of four people. It was released in Alpha state through the Steam Early Access Program and instantly became a hit among players. This was in due part thanks to YouTubers

Little Briar Rose Brings Stained Glass Graphics to Sleeping Beauty Retelling

Little Briar Rose

When you think of point and click adventure games you probably think everything has been done. We have rescued the kingdom and royal family in King’s Quest. We have slung insults at each other in Escape from Monkey Island. Now

Beholder Lets Players Live George Orwell’s 1984

In 1984 by George Orwell things were rather bleak for the populace.  Specifically Winston Smith, one of those people that are just trying to survive day to day life.  Anyone that has not read 1984 should do so at their

Mother Russia Bleeds Review, Windows Steam Edition

Growing up a brawler fan I knew I had to review Mother Russia Bleeds when I saw it.  Let me get this out right now though, I am not a fan of this “pixel” look that more and more developers

Windows Horror Gaming Fans Receive In Fear I trust via Steam

Just in time for the fearful fun of October we see 1C publish via Steam for Windows a new psychological horror game.  In Fear I Trust is a first person mentally twisted mission to mess with your gray matter between

Poker, anyone?

I’m not a huge fan of “pay to win” free games. Sometimes, you can grind away for days on end and get what you need, but more often than not you need to plop real money down. Now, I don’t

Blood Moon Expansion Hits Talisman Digital Edition for iPhone, Android, Windows and Macintosh Computers

Talisman Digital Edition has been getting kept up to date by Nomad Games with new expansions.  The latest is The Blood Moon for this popular iPhone strategy title.  Prepare to take on new creatures, face new challenges and experience new

Vampyr Depicts World War I Werewolves and Vampire Narrative, New Screenshots

World War I was a horrible war, all war is horrible actually.  We saw the worst of mankind on exhibit in what was billed as the first global conflict.  Imagine, in that horror and devastation troops on either side had

Bandai Namco Gives Dark Souls III Ashes of Ariandel Receives Launch Date

Are you a fan of Dark Souls III?  Probably so if you are reading this.  Today, we found out the release date for Dark Souls III Ashes of Ariandel- coming to the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC via the

When There Really is No Time to Explain

Released in 2011 and Tom Brien and Alex Nichiporchik, No Time to Explain tells the tale of a dancing guy whose visited by his future selves. But, unfortunately his future self is captured by a giant enemy crab. Thinking quickly

Blackwood Crossing Screenshots from Gamescom 2016 Released

PaperSeven are a new company that are focused on releasing their first game, Blackwood Crossing.  This new game is coming to the Playstation 4 console, Xbox One and PCs via the Steam service.  For those that do not know what

Blackwood Crossing Trailer for Steam Playstation 4 and Xbox One Released

PaperSeven, based in Brighton, have released a trailer for their upcoming adventure game, Blackwood Crossing.  Blackwood crossing is coming to the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC via the Steam digital distribution service.  What fans can expect from Blackwood Crossing

Little King’s Story on PC is a Porting Disaster!

The Wii era was a strange time in Nintendo. Plenty of third-party developers were lining up to create games for the console aptly described as two GameCube taped together. A lot of these games were referred to as shovelware by

Batman The Telltale Series Episode One: Realm of Fear Now Available

Batman is one of those franchises that companies have to try really hard to screw up.  That is unique in the cross promotion world, especially between comics and video games.  Telltale Games, though, have a reputation for doing good games