Tag: sci-fi

Apr
27

REVIEW: Stellaris: Nemesis

The galaxy is a chaotic and dangerous place and only true unity can bring peace and order to it. Will you work through the galactic community for it or will you simply be the last one left to guide the […]

Apr
22

PREVIEW: We Are The Caretakers

Save the space Rhinos!

Apr
16

REVIEW: Tactical Troops: Anthracite Shift

Tactical Troops: Anthracite Shift is finally out. After nearly a year long delay and it’s been released. But was it worth the long wait?

Apr
15

REVIEW: OUTRIDERS

A new cover-based looter shooter arrives and although it’s not going to revolutionize the genre, it’s an interesting enough diversion to be worth your time. As long as you can get it to work.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Machinika Museum

A sci-fi adventure that scratches the Myst itch, if only for a short time.

Mar
21

REVIEW: Starpoint Gemini 3

Starpoint Gemini 3 ultimately proves to be a disappointing sequel for the franchise. Most iconic and loved gameplay elements have been butchered or removed, while the novelties prove to be mediocre or outright bad additions. Disastrous character-building and boring story […]

Mar
20

PREVIEW: The Protagonist: EX-1

Traverse through a hostile alien spaceship, rescue crewmates, engage in tactical battles, and fight robots with your BARE FISTS.

Mar
03

REVIEW: Breathedge (1.0)

RedRuins Softworks managed to create one of the most original and well made survival games I’ve seen in quite some time. While not perfect and with a disappointing late-game part, it still manages to deliver a very good Survival experience […]

Feb
23

REVIEW: State Of Mind

State of Mind is a solid narrative adventure with complex themes and excellent world design, that however doesn’t reach excellence due to pacing problems and lack of choices.

Jan
30

REVIEW: Observation

A tense, eerie and claustrophobic space adventure which can be slow at times but your patience is rewarded with an interesting story.