Author: tamaster

Dec
11

REVIEW: Chaos Souls

Visualnoveler’s Chaos Souls aspires itself to be in the vein of the Dark Souls series and tries to put the core mechanics into a 2.5D action side scroller, but it fails quite badly at it. Please follow and like us:

Nov
26

REVIEW: Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf

Being a mobile port to begin with, Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf does not deliver. The gameplay system involves a huge grind / pay wall and an overly simple strategic component. Unfortunately, it comes off as a mediocre title. Please follow and like […]

Nov
25

REVIEW: Hegis’ Grasp

Hegis’ Grasp is a mediocre survival horror game lacking in several critical features.  It is not worth the price tag and should really go back into Early Access. Please follow and like us:

Nov
13

REVIEW: Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

The new chapter of Wolfenstein by Machine Games is a solid follow up to the well-received Wolfenstein: TNO. However, the PC version is riddled with technical problems. Please follow and like us:

Oct
23

REVIEW: Age of Gladiators II

Age of Gladiators II is a very difficult, very niche management game that relatively few players will appreciate and enjoy, but for those that have the patience to delve into its statistics and management shenanigans, this is certainly a game […]

Oct
22

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

Survival horror at its finest, The Evil Within 2 is a journey through nightmarish landscapes, visions, and monstrosities that will captivate any fan of action, stealth, or open world survival horrors like few before it has ever done.Here, the player […]

Oct
21

REVIEW: Starway Fleet

Starway Fleet is a rather simplistic but quite well-done space dogfighting game for both regular and VR setups, where the player becomes a space fighter pilot and is tasked with a series of missions, often involving convoy escort, spaceship destruction […]