Tag: open-world

Nov
15

REVIEW: Graveyard Keeper – Stranger Sins

Run your own tavern and learn more about the history of The Village and its residents in Graveyard Keeper’s first DLC.

Nov
14

REVIEW: Pine

A big, bland, almost empty world, hemmed in by overbearing fog and filled with repetition.

Nov
09

REVIEW: The Outer Worlds

A solid entry into the FPS RPG genre, The Outer Worlds refines the old formula into a superior gaming experience but offer only a few minor instances of true innovation.

Oct
28

REVIEW: Pathologic 2: Marble Nest DLC

Returning to the darkness this soon still feels fresh. A great piece of DLC.

Oct
23

REVIEW: Ashes of Oahu

Step into the shoes of a Hawaiian native as he fights against the odds to rescue his son and liberate his island from the malevolent forces that have corrupted it.

Oct
11

REVIEW: The friends of Ringo Ishikawa

Break out your smokes and channel your inner delinquent as you brawl, study, and hang with your friends during the autumn of your senior year in this open city, narrative-focused, action- RPG.

Oct
04

REVIEW: Rebel Galaxy Outlaw

Double Damage Games releases a true spiritual successor to Origin Systems’ Privateer, and in doing so gives every player a chance to live a life like famed space scoundrel Han Solo.

Sep
27

REVIEW: Trailmakers

Do you fancy blasting around in your very own handcrafted dune buggy? Then jump into the massive open-world builder that is Trailmakers!

Sep
24

REVIEW: Hunt: Showdown

Probably the closest thing to a good and proper Western FPS in years – a fantastic multiplayer experience overall.

Aug
20

REVIEW: The Church in the Darkness

Exemplary proof of how concept means nothing when there’s barely any execution to praise