Tag: sci-fi

May
12

PREVIEW: Armed to the Gears

Armed to the Gears is a rather promising mix of genres, however for now it offers very little content and is early in development. In the future, keep any eye on this game because it could be one of the […]

Mar
25

REVIEW: Far Out

Questionable design and tech issues are aplenty in this retro-futuristic space adventure game.

Mar
04

REVIEW: Scavenger SV-4

The most unique sci-fi space exploration game that I’ve ever played.

Feb
15

REVIEW: The Fall Part 2: Unbound

Arid is back, and this time she seeks to break the programmed shackles that bind AI’s to their menial existence.

Jan
26

REVIEW: The Mind’s Eclipse

It’s just one big VR IN THE SKY, MAN.

Oct
23

REVIEW: Age of Gladiators II

Age of Gladiators II is a very difficult, very niche management game that relatively few players will appreciate and enjoy, but for those that have the patience to delve into its statistics and management shenanigans, this is certainly a game […]

Mar
25

REVIEW: De-Void

Steam: Released Developer: Pulsetense Games Publisher: KISS ltd Release date: 2 Sep, 2016 Genre: Genre: Adventure, Indie Type: Single-player Overview De-Void is a first person adventure / exploration game. You will find yourself impersonating Elizabeth, one of the many workers […]

Mar
14

REVIEW: Torment: Tides Of Numenera

Torment: Tides Of Numenera is a CRPG (Classic RPG) set in a very distant future, almost one billion years ahead.

Mar
02

REVIEW: Laraan

A seemingly interesting 3D Abstract game that is hampered by poor level design and control glitches.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Laser Disco Defenders

Laser Disco Defenders is a 2D twin-stick shooter with bullet-hell elements. You play as one of many “disco defenders”, each with their own benefits and disadvantages. You navigate your defender through each stage destroying all of the enemies in order […]