Tag: review

Jan
21

REVIEW: ZOMBI

Originally released for WiiU, ZOMBI is a porting not without flaws, but that manages to be carried by its excellent atmosphere and unique mechanics despite the problems.

Jan
13

PREVIEW: Kinetic Edge

Kinetic Edge – be the ball. Or cube.

Jan
04

REVIEW: Horizon Zero Dawn (PC)

Guerrilla Games delivers a superb open world action adventure with exceptional levels of polishing, great content variety and masterfully designed mechanics. Despite a rocky launch plagued by technical issues, Horizon Zero Dawn is now in the best shape it’s ever […]

Dec
31

REVIEW: Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

Ghostbusters. A timeless classic – hailed by many to be the long awaited (unofficial) sequel to Ghostbusters 2 that some of us have been waiting for. Re…mastered…released..? Whatever – now with achievements and in-game texture upscaling support!

Dec
20

REVIEW: Phoenix Point

Phoenix Point: ‘Turn-based Tactical Fan Service’ – risen from the ashes of the 90’s.. somewhat like a Phoenix. Ish.

Dec
19

REVIEW: The Evil Within

From the creator of Resident Evil, Shinji Mikami, a survival horror that delivers high quality gameplay typical of the genre, while introducing an original story concept with elements seldom seen in this kind of game. An overall brilliant piece of […]

Dec
12

REVIEW: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky

The iconic STALKER series returns in this prequel to Shadow of Chernobyl. Clear Sky delivers once again everything that made the first chapter great, while also improving gameplay. However, some design choices weren’t thought out so well and along with […]

Dec
08

REVIEW: Unto The End

An experimental adventure game with original gameplay design, that successfully delivers challenging combat alongside a charming, atmospheric world.

Nov
21

REVIEW: Crea

An excellent Terraria-like sandbox that delivers a satisfying experience thanks to solid variety, enjoyable progression and well thought out quality of life, while also original mechanics.

Nov
14

REVIEW: Beyond: Two Souls

From the makers of Heavy Rain a solid narrative adventure with good variety and believable characters, however held back by frustrating quick-time events.