Rebel Galaxy Review

Rebel Galaxy is a ambitious new space sim from Double Damage that aims to shake things up in the genre, and has set a new bar for my enjoyment of space sims.

Blood Bowl 2 Review

I’ll admit, I was late to the party when it came to playing the original Blood Bowl game. In fact, many years late. That being said, once I finally joined the party, I had an absolute blast with the game. For those who haven’t played the original or the sequel, the premise is simple enough: Build a team of Warhammer-Universe ‘American […]

SOMA Review

From the makers of Amnesia: The Dark Decent, Frictional Games has brought us an intriguing new psychological thriller game about consciousness and identity: SOMA.  

Cards and Castles Review

Cards and Castles is a newly early-access launched Collectible Card Game and grid-based strategy game developed by Bit Mass, LLC. For anyone familiar with Scrolls from Mojang, I feel that Cards and Castles is quite similar while definitely stands on its own as a unique Collectible Card Game with a grid-based strategy system.

Dropsy Review

Dropsy. The name itself doesn’t quite reveal anything about the game; other than the fact that it’s the name of our protagonist, a very elastic semi-scary clown who wants to hug the world and everyone in it. In a surprisingly very non-creepy way.

Otherland Review

Otherland is an ambitious MMO developed by polish company Drago Entertainment. Developed in the Unreal engine, Otherland boasts a lore-rich environment from the creative mind of Tad Williams, a highly acclaimed novelist.

Ah, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a most excellent game I must say. At first you get the idea that this is merely about a man, Geralt, who is basically looking for the love of his life. The woman who he loved so much in a previous Witcher game, only to lose his memory, hook-up with another woman and then […]

Highlands Review

Burrito Studio’s first foray into video games, Highlands, is a story-rich PC exclusive with beautiful hand-drawn art and a element of strategy mixed with resource management and RPG features. Originally Kickstarted just under under seven months ago, Highlands has managed to create a ton of interest with its unique title.

Hero Generations Review

Almost one year ago, developer Heart Shaped Games successfully kickstarted an indie strategy/roguelike game about life, legacy, and love, called Hero Generations. Now the game is finished and available to the public marking a successful crowdfunding experience that seems all too rare in the games industry these days.

Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin will have you questioning everything you thought you knew about Dark Souls 2. Was that dragon always there? I though these knights didn’t respawn? I’m sure he dropped some Saints Ashes last time? For the uninitiated this remaster offers all of the infamous challenge and varied locations, but for those returning to […]