Reus is a strategy God Sim where the player controls 4 Giants who can alter the terrain of a barren planet. Like most God games, the object is to shape an empty and desolate land into a thriving and populated land. Reus sets out to make a deep and challenging experience. The result is good, but not quite divine.
Mafia III isn’t Grand Theft Auto: New Bordeaux nor is it even Saints Row: Dirty South Edition. This is a game with an identity of its own. Featuring one of the greatest revenge tales I’ve had the experience of being a part of, Mafia III tries to handle heavy ideas such as racism, family, and Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Topics that most AAA games have trouble handling successfully.
For 1996, Duke Nukem 3D was ahead of its time in terms of combat, as well as adult language and situations. So, how does Duke Nukem hold up today? Does it still bring the 'tude? Or is it tame by today's standards?