Tag: daedalic entertainment

Feb
23

REVIEW: State Of Mind

State of Mind is a solid narrative adventure with complex themes and excellent world design, that however doesn’t reach excellence due to pacing problems and lack of choices.

Dec
29

REVIEW: Deponia

A challenging and good-looking point-and-click game with funny dialogues. Subtle hints are also provided to solve most puzzles.

Dec
27

REVIEW: Crazy Machines 3

Although there’s a few rough spots in this crazy machinery, it’s still a pretty well put together piece of equipment. It’s a solid, kid-friendly choice to consider.

Nov
11

REVIEW: Iratus: Wrath of the Necromancer DLC

A DLC to the highly tactical rogue-like RPG where we continue to take over the mortal lands as the necromancer Iratus.

Nov
08

REVIEW: Unrailed!

Unrailed! offers the most fun when you play with your friends, whether online or in person. However, in spite of having 4 different game modes, there’s little variety in the gameplay, so it’s worth holding out on a sale to […]

Oct
13

REVIEW: Partisans 1941

The Nazi war machine has overrun and occupied much of your homeland. It’s up to you to use the talented partisans at your disposal to remind them that the war isn’t over just yet.

Jul
14

REVIEW: Iratus: Lord of the Dead

Create and lead your undead squads to take over the world in this tactical turn-based RPG.

Jan
19

REVIEW: State of Mind

Another great and gripping sci-fi story about a highly probable dystopian future to add to your list.

Dec
14

REVIEW: The Great Perhaps

A side-scrolling adventure game with time travel elements that seems to fall short of its ambitions.

Jan
16

REVIEW: AER Memories of Old

Aer Memories of Old, developed by Forgotten Key and published by Daedalic Entertainment, is an open world adventure where you can quickly transform into a bird and travel between islands floating in the sky where hidden sanctuary temples lay ready […]