A most brutal escape.
Category: PC Review
After playing on Google’s Project Stream back in late 2018, I thought I’d share my feelings about Google Stadia and cloud gaming. Crossing the Streams Oh, Stadia. I’ve been wondering when something like you would show up. Looks like Google […]
Don’t judge a book by its cover…
If you’re going to go through the depths of Hell, you’re going to need friends–no, really, you’re going to need several to get through Hell Warders.
A premise so original that it ends up being disappointingly generic
Hey, it’s either pay for repairs or get a better warranty.
Beautiful at a distance, but ugly up close, the gameplay in Volcanoids suffers from the same problem as the striking graphics.
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 […]
RIOT:Civil Unrest takes momentous global conflicts and reduces them to a simplistic pixelated tug-of-war, lobbing in a few Molotov cocktails for dramatic effect.
Madruga Works have gone all the way from space colonization on their previous game Planetbase, to the Paleolithic Age now on Dawn of Man. But how well do they exactly fare given the change of scenery?