Author: Zorder

Sep
22

REVIEW: Afghanistan ’11: Royal Marines

Afghanistan ‘11 came out early last year, and after being pretty well received across the board by fans of wargames, the game is now back with a few new additions.

Sep
13

REVIEW: Death’s Gambit

An action platformer with a strong emphasis on combat that takes a lot of inspiration from the Souls series, but does it have what it takes to stand out on its own?

Sep
01

PREVIEW: MoonQuest

After around seven years of development, a successful Kickstarter campaign, and even a name change, MoonQuest has finally arrived on Steam.

Aug
28

REVIEW: Guacamelee! 2

“Thou shalt be the winner and not the chicken dinner.” The long-awaited sequel to the 2013 indie-hit is finally here.

Aug
10

PREVIEW: To Hell with Hell

To Hell with Hell is yet another roguelite that has recently arrived in Steam’s Early Access program, but does it offer anything new that other games in the genre do not?

Aug
04

PREVIEW: Wayward Souls

After 4 long years, Wayward Souls has finally made its way to PC, but is it worth the wait?

Jul
28

PREVIEW: Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare

Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare is quite possibly one of the boldest endeavors to ever appear on Steam Early Access. Why? You might ask… Well, because it is attempting to take the Mount & Blade formula and adapt it to a modern-day […]

Jul
23

PREVIEW: Objects in Space

Become a pirate, a bounty hunter, a smuggler, a trader, or everything at the same time in Objects in Space, a space-sim where combat makes it feel like you’re flying a space submarine.

Jun
24

PREVIEW: Revulsion

Revulsion is the result of a mash-up between old-school FPS level and shooting, with the progression system of a loot-based game, as well as some elements of Dark Souls. Now, the question is, how does this stand up on its […]

Jun
22

REVIEW: Juicy Realm

Juicy Realm is a little fun twin-stick shooter that is extremely pleasing to the eyes but lacks any real substance.