Review: Stirring Abyss (PC).

It’s hard to overstate the influence of Providence-based writer H.P. Lovecraft. As I mentioned in my review for Call of Cthulhu back in 2018, he was one of the pioneering figures in “weird fiction,” and his stories helped develop a formula that may sound familiar to you. Normal investigators hear of a strange occurrence, they poke around a bit, things get increasingly freaky and ...[Read More]

EA Quietly Finishes Releasing Major Game Trilogies on Steam

In what can only be described as a tale of “better late than never,” EA has allowed several titles that were previously only available on the Origin Store to be released on Steam as part of the Valve-EA partnership EA announced last October. Business politics aside, this is great news for gamers, especially because several of the titles are subsequent (and in some cases, final) entries...[Read More]

Review: Stranded Deep (ps4).

Hey, what if Cast Away had been really cool and didn’t have so much of that fucking volleyball in it? Also if it took place on a chain of islands instead of just one? The answer is close to Beam Team Games’s Stranded Deep, out now on ps4 and xbox one. Yes, it mainly focuses on survival, crafting and base-building, but don’t run off just yet—it may not reinvent the wheel, but this...[Read More]

Recap: PlayStation 5 Reveal Event.

Well, everyone, Sony’s PlayStation 5 reveal event is in the bag. It was fast and furious with some incredible-looking new and returning titles and a couple surprises along the way. Although we reported on the event live, we wanted to do a cleaner report of what we saw, complete with links where available. The reveal event started off a little bumpy with the news that Grand Theft Auto V is go...[Read More]

Sony PlayStation 5 Reveal – Live Updates

Well gamers, it’s that time again: Sony have a new gaming console to reveal. AIR Entertainment will be watching the unveiling of the PlayStation 5 live on YouTube and updating as often and quickly as we can. You can also watch it with us by clicking here. Keep it parked here and refresh this page as we cover this exciting event. By the way, the time listed for this event is in Pacific Daylig...[Read More]

Review: Warhammer 40k: Gladius – Relics of War – T’au DLC (PC).

It’s been over 18 months since AIR Entertainment first reviewed the 4x strategy game Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War. In fact, I reviewed it myself, giving it a 9 out of 10 and saying it was “a silky smooth and addicting strategy title.” I even said that all I wanted was a sequel with more playable races, because your old pal jonny forgot about the wonderful world...[Read More]

Review: Deathtrap Dungeon (PC).

In 1984, Puffin Books released a “Choose Your Own Adventure”-like book called Deathtrap Dungeon, written by Games Workshop co-founder Ian Livingstone. By the way, if Games Workshop sounds familiar but you don’t know why, they created several tabletop miniature wargames, most notably Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000, upon which countless books and video games have been based. Deatht...[Read More]

Review: Death Stranding (ps4).

by jonny Lupsha ft. Andi Hodgetts This review is spoiler-free and contains additional insights from AIR Entertainment co-founder Andi Hodgetts, which are highlighted in bold print and with shaded backgrounds. If you enjoy this sort of “dual perspective” review format that Andi and jonny have employed here, let us know in the comments and we’ll do another one the next time our tas...[Read More]

With Classic Doom Re-Releases, A Look at Doom 3’s “Living Soundtrack”

id Software announced at this year’s QuakeCon that the original two Doom titles—the influential first-person shooters that caused more than their share of controversy back in the 1990s—as well as 2004’s sequel/reboot Doom 3 would be released immediately on PlayStation 4, XBox One and Switch. In light of this celebration of the groundbreaking FPS franchise, AIR Entertainment takes a loo...[Read More]

Review: Degrees of Separation (ps4).

Developer Moondrop released their title Degrees of Separation on Valentine’s Day and it’s a doozy. This 2-D puzzle-platformer stars a princess named Ember and a prince named Rime who must work together to solve puzzles and unravel the heart-wrenching mystery of their kingdoms, which appear to be facing simultaneous natural disasters. But there’s another element of play that makes...[Read More]

BrightLocker Goes Bust, Leaves Developers in the Lurch

After an unclear acquisition, crowdfunding solutions platform BrightLocker has vanished into thin air and left “hundreds” of software developers unpaid, according to website MCV. In a story that’s still developing, it appears that BrightLocker’s increasingly turbulent 2018 started with a total lack of communication with clients on BL’s part, eventually stopping backer...[Read More]

Review: Arcade Spirits (pc).

Hey, can Emotional Support Visual Novel be a new subgenre?

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