Tag: single-player

Nov
25

REVIEW: Viking: Battle for Asgard

A somewhat repetitive hack-and-slash game with stealth elements, gore content, and war segments with the help of dragons.

Nov
23

REVIEW: DISTRAINT 2

A surprisingly great story that continues from the first game. The game ties the first and second game together to make a better story which hits close to real life.

Nov
19

REVIEW: Craftlands Workshoppe

Insufficient materials to craft this intro blurb.

Nov
16

REVIEW: The Guise

While The Guise undoubtedly excels with its visuals, the rest of the game is as shallow as a spilled soup from a spoon.

Nov
13

REVIEW: Bouncer Story

A simple management game where you work as a bouncer and pay your debt. Will you succeed or fail miserably at the hands of the mafia?

Nov
09

REVIEW: Hearts of Iron IV: Battle for the Bosporus

A nice little content update for Hearts of Iron IV, Battle for the Bosporus is essentially three exciting new trees for those who enjoy playing in the minor leagues.

Nov
07

REVIEW: Kingdom: Classic

A unique side-scroller colony sim game with a bit of tower defense element. Build your kingdom and protect your crown!

Nov
07

REVIEW: Bibou

Feeling retro? Bibou tries hard to mimic retro platformer games where you need to finish everything in one sitting with lesser quality.

Nov
07

REVIEW: Khan VS Kahn

A game with unique mechanic that is ruined by the lack of content.

Nov
06

REVIEW: Kingdom Rush Vengeance – Tower Defense

The fourth title in the Kingdom Rush series carries on the torch admirably. If you’re looking for a solid tower defense, Vengeance is one of the best out there.