Deck-builders and card games have really come to the fore in the last 12 months or so. In fact, there are a ton of decent options for gamers looking to flip their decks present on nearly all the digital stores. Today though we get one more - The Magister.
It’s already been described as ‘a dazzling piece of work’ on other platforms and is expected to be a captivating experience, but now you can uncover the uniqueness of Omensight for yourself as it’s available on Xbox One.
The team at Microids are making a bit of a name for themselves, focusing on the tales of Agatha Christie with a host of gaming options. Now they have confirmed that they will be bringing Agatha Christie – Murder on the Orient Express to PC and console very soon.
They have been controversial, but they keep on coming. The third Mirror of Mystery is here, this time featuring a mountain stronghold with plenty of booby traps. Molten Mirrors is out today for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands on Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
The '3' in the title suggests that many gamers will already know what to expect from Murder Diaries 3 - and chances are if you've played either of the games which have come before it, that will certainly be the case. But Murder Diaries 3 is also trying something new, as we head off on a journey that takes us off on Santa's Trail of Blood.
Murder Diaries 2 takes a tiny step up from the original game, moves the narrative on by splitting it between two protagonists and asks some good questions on morality. The more abstract-level designs are appreciated, but once again it’s frustrating that old assets push things along.
EpiXR Games are beginning to make a bit of a name for themselves. With the Aery series in their back catalogue, and Life of Fly kicking around alongside it, they know how to make a pretty relaxing, pretty chilled affair. So we're not really sure what they are up to with Murder Diaries.
Hitchhiker may not be a game that is able to give you all the answers you want, but it will take you on an incredible journal that focuses on relationships, love, life, and death. It's a story about everything and nothing... and it's brilliant.