Following “D,” Kenji Eno takes to the stars in an FPS/adventure hybrid about escaping a spacecraft filled with invisible monsters.
Anime-influenced FPS offering on-foot and in-mech levels, but without much variation between the two.
Blood’s true-3D sequel is less like the original, and more like any other dull sci-fi FPS on the market.
Space FPS that tries some clever survival horror tricks, but fails to balance its mechanics.
A surprisingly excellent pack of 12 missions expands Lo Wang’s adventures across (allegedly) San Francisco.
B.J. heads back into enemy territory to liberate the Spear of Destiny. But it’s just an artifact with no supernatural powers… right?