The first-person Dungeon Crawler is a genre that has seemingly been lost to the ages. A few sprout up now and again, but the fruitful era seen on older PCs has since been forgotten. Nonetheless, a quality entry in the genre surfaces to help scratch that itch, and incite some…
When the original Demon Gaze was released for the PS Vita back in 2013; it was praised for being a quirky dungeon crawling experience. Four years later, a sequel has now arrived for PS Vita, and has also received a high definition release on PlayStation 4. Demon Gaze II follows…
If you ever survived of a plane crash, what would be the first thing that you would do after such as traumatic event? Instead of calling for help, if you’d join with a group of adventurers to defeat groups of legendary monsters, then you will feel right at home with…
Gothic horror had quite the calendar year in 2015 with Bloodborne, Sunless Sea and the Order 1886 all taking elements from that particular genre of horror to make their game worlds seem that little bit more uncomfortable. Among the Gothic crowd was an Early Access title called Darkest Dungeon, a…
Anime dungeon crawling RPG Dungeon Travelers 2 showcases their advanced classes, each basic class has 3 advanced classes but each one has certain dependencies on the second tier so planning wisely is recommended. After this you can get to the advanced stage which is a further specialisation of the previous…
Guild of Dungeoneering attempts to fuse aspects of roguelikes, dungeon crawlers, CCGs and base building games to create one grand package, filled with monsters and loot. Does this fusion of genres create a game greater than the sum of its parts, or is it a Frankengame which excels at nothing…
In Dungeon of the Endless, Amplitude Studios tries to combine tower defence, dungeon crawling, RPGs and real time strategy to create a new hybrid roguelike. Does this attempt to mesh these genres together create a compelling dungeon crawl, or should it stay in the depths? The game tasks you as…