Tag: SAVE FOR LATER

Apr
14

REVIEW: Homefront The Revolution

The second Homefront chapter tries an open-world approach, only with partial success. Solid gunplay, excellent visuals and engaging combat are the highlights, however everything else proves to be just decent at the best of times.

Apr
07

REVIEW: Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones

Despite some oddities, it still proves to be an enjoyable game.

Mar
27

REVIEW: Life is Strange 2

DONTNOD forged a worthy sequel for the Life is Strange series with this chapter. However, the instrumentation of some actions to promote real-world political views, really drags the game down in some parts, as they appear blatantly unrealistic in their […]

Mar
27

REVIEW: Broken Age

A nice point-and-click game that is ruined by its puzzles.

Mar
25

REVIEW: Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse

A nice Metroidvania with adjustable difficulty. Although the story might be hard to understand without playing the previous game, the solid gameplay makes up for it.

Mar
24

REVIEW: The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day

A beautiful-looking game in a world without humans that has an expensive price despite its short playtime.

Mar
23

REVIEW: Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness

Travel back to 1920’s Arkham and join Lone Carter in a mysterious investigation somewhat competently integrated into H.P. Lovecraft’s novella At the Mountains of Madness.

Mar
16

REVIEW: Wind Peaks

An overpriced hidden object game with short playtime and ordinary gameplay.

Mar
14

REVIEW: Cyber Manhunt

Collect information from people’s traces on the internet to solve a case with your hacking ability. This game will show how people can stalk you online.

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.