Tag: open-world

Nov
07

REVIEW: Spintires: MudRunner: American Wilds

You wanted trucks! You got ’em. You want muck! we have it. Get deep down and dirty with the new MudRunner: American Wilds.

Oct
12

NEWS: DLC – Fishing: Barents Sea: The King Crab!

King Crabs ahoy: New DLC to be released in November!

Oct
01

REVIEW: Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt, where you can channel your inner Van Helsing, hunt down the monsters terrorizing a small village, and uncover something much more sinister.

Aug
27

REVIEW: We Happy Few

We Happy Few has a masterfully crafted setting with top notch writing and competent art direction. However, even though it nails the tone and delivery it does not save the game from feeling poorly designed and overpriced.

Aug
21

REVIEW: Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered

It’s time to wreak havoc on Mars with your trusty sledgehammer once more. You know what, why not use some C4 as well! Let’s watch the pretty explosions!

Aug
20

REVIEW: Yakuza 0

Like a Dragon

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
14

REVIEW: Dig or Die

Play a science fiction door-to-door salesman whose space ship crash lands on a dangerous planet. Can you survive long enough to build another ship and escape?

Jun
20

REVIEW: Smoke and Sacrifice

Smoke and Sacrifice is a game with a gorgeous hand-drawn art style and good sound direction, but is crippled by tedious, uninteresting gameplay mechanics that will drive players to boredom and frustration.

May
25

PREVIEW: Worlds Adrift

The game world and idea of Worlds Adrift are wonderful, but the implementation is disappointing.