Tag: single-player

Jan
04

REVIEW: Haven

A romantic stroll through a bizarre sci-fi future, Haven offers a casual co-op experience that’s decent enough, though it may be too corny for some and too light on feature for others.

Jan
03

REVIEW: Hacker Evolution Duality

A game with many ideas with bad implementation. Hacker Evolution Duality doesn’t feel like a hacking game with its “new features”.

Jan
02

REVIEW: Zenge

A beautiful-looking and soothing short puzzle game that must be played by puzzle game fans.

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
29

REVIEW: Deponia

A challenging and good-looking point-and-click game with funny dialogues. Subtle hints are also provided to solve most puzzles.

Dec
27

REVIEW: The Surge 2

A great sequel to a good first game, welded with sturdier gameplay materials, but slightly brittle in the story ones with a few rusty industrial pins on the technical side.

Dec
23

REVIEW: Strategic Mind: Spectre of Communism

Welcome, Comrade. The Second Great War is soon to begin and we’ve been busy purging our ranks of traitors. Are you loyal and capable enough to lead the Soviet Union into a new era or should we schedule you in […]

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: Death Stranding

A cinematic masterpiece that will take you on a journey without – to find that which lies within.

Dec
18

REVIEW: Imperiums: Greek Wars

Lead one of the many factions of Ancient Greece to victory in this 4X strategy title that carries a surprising amount of weight for it being new entry to the genre.