Author: Psygineer

May
16

REVIEW: Windscape

One day while you’re sitting quietly, it might occur to your parents to send you to deliver a seemingly innocent package…the next thing you know, through no fault of your own and much to your surprise, you are on a […]

Apr
29

REVIEW: Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World

It’s been 20 long years since the first Atelier opened for business in the far off mythical and wonderful land of Salburg. Since then, many more Ateliers have made an appearance spreading their alchemy across the impatiently waiting world.

Apr
09

REVIEW: Tropico 6

My fellow Tropicans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for El Presidente!

Mar
31

REVIEW: Megadimension Neptunia VIIR

It’s been a bumpy road, getting from there to here, it’s been a long time, but my time is finally near. And I can feel the patches in the wind right now, nothing’s in my way. The crashes are not […]

Mar
15

REVIEW: Dungeons 3 – An Unexpected DLC

Watch out everybody! Shooting straight out of the blue, or perhaps more aptly put, surging forth from the depth of the underground, this Unexpected DLC takes us back into the frolicking and fighting of the third Dungeon.

Mar
06

REVIEW: X4: Foundations

Do you ever feel you are sort of stuck in a rut as you breathe in the fumes of a dozen or so vehicles idling at the stop-light ahead of you? Sometimes I wish that our technology was a little […]

Feb
19

REVIEW: Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II

Whenever life gets you down and things seem hard or tough and even though the planets are exploding and the aliens swarming and feel that you’ve had quite enough. Just remember that the Emperor protects.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Bloons TD 6

After the fifth great war, you thought it was over. That the enemy was finally deflated. That the jungle was safe once more for the simian race, but then there came a popping sound accompanied by an extraordinarily inflated sense […]

Jan
29

REVIEW: ModMic Wireless

Depending on how you view the world, things need to change or adapt to survive. The most obvious contender is the chameleon which changes colours to help it blend into the environment. The mimic octopus can change to make itself […]

Jan
28

REVIEW: Atelier Meruru ~The Apprentice of Arland~ DX

It is often said hard work and perseverance will one day pay off… on the other hand it could be you might just be working yourself right out of a job.