Tag: open-world

May
03

REVIEW: Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition (Switch)

A “relaxing experience” that winds up frustrating.

Apr
22

REVIEW: Aron’s Adventure

Aron’s Adventure is an enjoyable indie title with great visuals, enjoyable combat and a nice atmosphere. Unfortunately, it suffers in some areas.

Apr
20

REVIEW: X4: Foundations

Multitasking busywork IN SPAAAAACE!

Apr
20

REVIEW: X4: Cradle of Humanity (DLC)

“X4: Foundations” lives up to its name by being the foundation upon which the full-game DLC can be added.

Apr
15

REVIEW: OUTRIDERS

A new cover-based looter shooter arrives and although it’s not going to revolutionize the genre, it’s an interesting enough diversion to be worth your time. As long as you can get it to work.

Mar
19

PREVIEW: Ronin: Two Souls

RONIN: Two Souls – A tale of 4 hours and three chops (so far).

Mar
13

REVIEW: Phoning Home

Phoning Home is an interesting Indie open-world adventure that has an equal amount of strong suits and glaring issues. Ultimately it results enjoyable, but could be much better if some problems were addressed.

Feb
18

PREVIEW: POSTAL 4: No Regerts

I truly have NO REGERTS, outside of some issues…

Jan
12

PREVIEW: Tinkertown

A charming survival adventure title that’s deep in Early Access, Tinkertown is an entertaining enough resource collection and crafting experience at the moment but has little else to offer.

Dec
19

REVIEW: Death Stranding

A cinematic masterpiece that will take you on a journey without – to find that which lies within.