Author: Psygineer

Jul
09

PREVIEW: The Waylanders

This is a game that is most definitely in Early Access and it certainly shows. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it leaves lots of room for additions and improvement, but it does make for a somewhat disjointed story. […]

Jun
24
Jun
04

REVIEW: Dungeon Defenders Awakened

Everything old is new again in this remastered and reimagined story that revisits the past adventures of the original four gallant heroes of the Dungeon Defenders universe.

May
26

REVIEW: Them’s Fightin’ Herds

Some say Friendship is Magic others say Fighting is Magic. I’m sure we can all agree that eventually Friendship is Fighting and magically leave it at that.

May
13

PREVIEW: Eternal Radiance

Currently incomplete but that doesn’t mean there is any reason why you can’t currently start enjoying it. We all know a little bit of something good can definitely give you a taste for more of the same.

May
05

REVIEW: Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories

There is nothing quite like the thrill of visiting a major city for the first time.

Mar
14

REVIEW: Dungeons 3: A Multitude of Maps

If you ever needed a reason to revisit Dungeons 3, here’s the chance that you have been waiting for. This map pack has three all new skirmish maps for you to hone your skills on.

Feb
29

REVIEW: Azur Lane: Crosswave

Some people like to “ship” their favourite characters. As conventional as that may seem, this game seems to have gotten a little confused along the way. It has made the characters into actual ships. Well doesn’t that put a whole […]

Feb
17

REVIEW: Tropico 6: The Llama of Wall Street

Hello Tropico! El Presidente demands your attention for this important message so pay attention or else! It would really hurt El Presidente’s feelings to have to cause harm to his fellow Tropicans!

Jan
23

REVIEW: Atelier Dusk Trilogy DX

Do you find water boring? Do you take having water for granted? Maybe you need to visit the Dusk to truly appreciate water… “Loadning Atelier Dusk Trilogy Review”