Two post-apocalyptic games released this week: Endzone on March 18th and Paradise Lost on March 24. Each game is worlds apart in gameplay, but interesting in their own ways. So I decided to dedicate this week’s YouTube Round-up to reviews for both games to help you decide if either look like something you’d be interested in picking up. And as an added bonus, I included a livestream I did of my first impressions of Paradise Lost at the end. Follow us on Twitch for more post-apocalyptic game streams!
Endzone: A World Apart
Endzone is a city-building game very similar to Surviving the Aftermath, but with a few extra twists. While it’s been a fan favorite throughout its time in early access, this week celebrates its official launch with the addition of five new tribes of raiders.
Paradise Lost is an alternate history game that asks the question: What if World War II took an extra 20 years and no one really won, but the Nazis set off enough nukes to destroy Europe? The game plays as a linear puzzle game where you must solve the mystery of lost Nazi technology found in a post-apocalyptic bunker.