Tag: PC game review

Aug
12

REVIEW: Mothergunship

This first-person bullet hell game provides an exciting experience filled with crazy enemies and even crazier guns, but it doesn’t quite live up to it’s full potential.

Aug
11

REVIEW: Castle of no Escape 2

Castle of no Escape 2 is not afraid to make fun of its own retro aesthetic. It pulls off its stylistic approach to the point where even its unintended bugs look like a throwback to the classics it pays homage […]

Jul
15

REVIEW: Unicorn Dungeon

Unicorn Dungeon is mostly a clever point & click adventure game, but one with a tedious dungeon area that you must survive repeatedly in order to advance the story. Though often quite funny, the hybrid game design and anachronistic graphics […]

Jun
27

REVIEW: Lobster Empire

Lobster Empire is a soggy slog through mediocrity that barely qualifies as a modern game, even less so a sim, and certainly doesn’t earn the badge of being an empire of anything but tedium.

Jun
27

PREVIEW: Battlefleet Engineer

Given the depth of its complex mechanics, there is no doubt the game is worth the developers low asking price. However, the current lack of substance in its core gameplay loop means most players are not going to find the […]

Jun
06

PREVIEW: Slasher’s Keep

Slasher’s Keep is a very interesting roguelike game with optional permadeath, solid and meaty melee combat, a unique art style, and abundant variety, It is surely a game that will delight enthusiasts of dungeon crawlers and first person combat games […]

Jun
01

REVIEW: Forgotton Anne

So that’s where my socks go. Well, I hope they had a nice life.

May
29

REVIEW: Vandals

Vandals is a cute puzzle game, with beautiful graphics and gameplay similar to Hitman GO.

May
28

REVIEW: Golem Gates

With its  stunning graphics, challenging AI and substantially different gameplay, Golem Gates is a promising new entry in the modern RTS genre that is sure to satisfy veterans and newcomers alike.

May
27

REVIEW: Earthlock

Earthlock draws its inspiration from classic JRPG’s of the 90’s, yet with a modern graphic look and feel to the gameplay.  It has the most flexible option set I have ever seen and as you progress through the game, you’ll […]