Archive: 2017 August

Aug
31

REVIEW: DUSK

An old-school FPS that for once manages to do things right and then more.

Aug
31

REVIEW: Darkwood

 “If you go down in the woods today you’re sure of a big surprise” Takes on a whole new meaning by entering the Darkwoods. Are you up the challenge?

Aug
30

REVIEW: Phantom Trigger – Nintendo Switch

Phantom Trigger tells the story of Stan. I think. And that’s kind of the problem.

Aug
29

REVIEW: Vostok Inc.

While the vast majority of clicker games, games that have an idle element as the core foundation of the gameplay, tend to provide some sort of progression as an incentive to keep the player hooked, Vostok Inc. tries to add […]

Aug
28

PREVIEW: Wayward

Make your marooned Island fantasy a reality in this virtual Bear Grylls simulator. Wayward transports you to a pristine island paradise, where all is not what is seems..

Aug
27

REVIEW: Sonic Mania – PS4

Sonic Mania is more than a revamp or continuation of the 16-bit games of the franchise.  It’s a labor of love to the Sonic of old and it plays so fast and is so enthralling, it may be the biggest […]

Aug
26

REVIEW: The Escapists 2

The Escapists 2 is the sequel to the popular pixel-graphic prison-escape sandbox game. Read on to see how it measures up.

Aug
25

REVIEW: Man O’ War: Corsair

Man O’ War blends Mount & Blade trading and combat aspects with Warhammer Fantasy lore, and even though it’s not a GOTY, open-world gamers will love it.

Aug
24

REVIEW: YamaYama

YamaYama is a Mario Party mini-game transformed into an entire game with a weird art style.

Aug
24

REVIEW: Elite Dangerous: Horizons

Elite Dangerous is complex and enjoyable, something truly impressive for any space fan. The craftsmanship is incredible and comparable to the quality of GOTYs, simulating space fares accurately while keeping it fun for a long period.