Author: Aurumlamina

Nov
30

REVIEW: Graveyard Keeper – Game Of Crone

Graveyard Keeper keeps growing and Game of Crone makes it that much better.

Nov
23

PREVIEW: Surviving the Aftermath

Take on the role of the leader of a camp of survivors and do your best to overcome the many challenges that threaten the lives of those who follow you in this post-apocalyptic city builder. On a more pleasant note, […]

Nov
09

REVIEW: Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus

A nice little content update for Hearts of Iron IV, Battle for the Bosporus is essentially three exciting new trees for those who enjoy playing in the minor leagues.

Nov
06

REVIEW: Kingdom Rush Vengeance – Tower Defense

The fourth title in the Kingdom Rush series carries on the torch admirably. If you’re looking for a solid tower defense, Vengeance is one of the best out there.

Nov
04

REVIEW: Leisure Suit Larry – Wet Dreams Dry Twice

Larry Laffer returns as he continues to chase after the love of his life (or so he believes) after discovering that she’s not quite as dead as he’d assumed.

Oct
31

REVIEW: Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1939

The second DLC of Panzer Corps 2 lets you dive into new historical scenarios that are rarely featured in the genre, though it tries a little too hard to being something new to the war table.

Oct
31

REVIEW: Stellaris: Necroids Species Pack

Stellaris kicks its game up a notch once again by adding in the one thing that we all simply couldn’t live without – space zombies!

Oct
27

REVIEW: Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

Sink your fangs into a tactical strategy title that leaves an impression even if it does have several areas that could use improvement.

Oct
22

PREVIEW: Fantasy General II: Empire Aflame

A superb addition to Fantasy General II, Empire Aflame expands the title’s content with even more scenarios, units, and heroes to waste away the hours.

Oct
13

REVIEW: Partisans 1941

The Nazi war machine has overrun and occupied much of your homeland. It’s up to you to use the talented partisans at your disposal to remind them that the war isn’t over just yet.