Author: Aurumlamina

Feb
21

REVIEW: Through the Darkest of Times

Experience Adolf Hitler’s rise to power through the eyes of an underground German resistance group as they do everything in their power to keep him from dismantling their democracy in this narrative strategy title.

Feb
20

REVIEW: SONG OF HORROR Episode 4

Song of Horror redeems itself in a big way after a lackluster third episode only to lose its newly built credit with a game-breaking bug near its conclusion

Feb
16

PREVIEW: Panzer Corps 2

The spiritual successor of Panzer General returns with a sequel that manages to make further improvements to an already outstanding title.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Urtuk: The Desolation

Throw Battle Brothers and Darkest Dungeon into a blender with a few extra ingredients mixed in and you’ll end up with Urtuk: The Desolation.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Table Manners: The Physics-Based Dating Game

Impress or distress your date with your incredible struggle to perform even the most mundane of tasks in this goofy pseudo-dating simulation.

Feb
12

PREVIEW: MMORPG Tycoon 2

Although it lacks the depth and malleability to truly make an MMO in your image, it shows plenty of promise in becoming an entertaining and interesting entry in the business simulation genre due to its unique concept.

Feb
11

REVIEW: The Blackout Club

Hang out with your closest friends as you rescue your loved ones from an enigmatic and terrifying threat that subdues the will of its victims.

Feb
07

REVIEW: Frostpunk: The Last Autumn

Return to a time before the frostpocalypse and plant the seed of one of the emergency settlements necessary to ensure the survival of the human species in this excellent downloadable content for Frostpunk.

Jan
26

REVIEW: Thea 2: The Shattering

Survive long enough to fulfill the role that the gods have bestowed upon you in a harsh post-apocalyptic fantasy world that seeks to kill you at every turn.

Jan
14

PREVIEW: RE:OZMA

Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.