It has been some time since the funniest part of a South Park game was throwing yellow snowballs at your friends, but here we are, nearly 20 years down the line and the colorful cast of characters still promises to entertain. Building on the precipice that South Park videogames can be both a good quality videogame and a good quality South Park product, South Park: The Fractured But Whole looks to build on the success of its predecessor. Are we all a little too old for fart jokes and potty humor, or do South Park’s timeless characters prove to be heroes after all?
Three years after the release of the original, The Evil Within 2 has launched, promising more creepiness. With the survival horror genre fading, can The Evil Within 2 help bring the genre back? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Middle-earth: Shadow of War promises to build on the solid foundations set by its predecessor with an evolution of the iconic Nemesis System, all new areas to explore, and the ability to take the fight to Sauron’s door with an army of your own making. Has Monolith Productions done The Lord of the Rings franchise proud, or is this one loot box you shouldn’t open?
Rising Star Games and Bitmap Bureau bring a dose of dabbing ninjas to the multiplayer fighting genre with their release of Ninja Shodown. Should you take up arms in your search for the Jade Katana, or are these ninjas all washed up?
Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios dare all would be racers to take the wheel with their new sim racing game Project CARS 2. Claiming to have some of the most realistic handling the genre has seen to date, should you take on its challenge?
Jesse and company set out to escape the Sunshine Institute in the third episode of Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two. However, this episode is not all sunshine and rainbows…in more ways than one
Battle Chasers: Nightwar hopes to revive the struggling dungeon-crawler with a return to tradition. Embracing turn-based combat, a deep and rewarding crafting system, and a creative art style alongside an immersive story campaign, it certainly checks a lot of boxes – but should you venture deeper into this dungeon or hang up your adventuring cloak and call it a day? Check out our Battle Chasers: Nightwar review for the full low down
If our review of the original Life is Strange series was any indication, we at Gamers Heroes have a sweet and sour relationship with this franchise. And that is not because of the spoiled milk, overcooked bacon, and burnt eggs at Chloe’s breakfast table. We’re not trying to be haters here… but it must be said: this franchise is not for everybody. At least not for anyone over the age of 16
Earlier this year, we got Danganronpa 1-2 Reload to prepare us for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. Has enough time passed from the second entry to make Danganronpa feel fresh again, or has the killing game overstayed its welcome? Check out our review and find out
People often talk about games pushing the envelope with luscious graphics, gripping stories, or rock solid gameplay. XSEED and Marvelous’ new third person shooter Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is one of these games…if only for being completely and unapologetically shameless
Telltale’s Batman returns with The Enemy Within. Is it time to take up the cape and hit the streets, or are you better off watching The Dark Knight? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Billie Lurk sits in the shadows of Karnaca as once again players are invited to explore their darker side with the stand-alone release of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider. Should you embrace the darkness of the shadows, or hang up your blades for good? Check out our review to find out!