Like the mythological Phoenix, this review is rising from the ashes so to speak. Originally delivered by a different kind of bird at SoQ, who is no longer with us, it’s time for us to take a look at the fresh new Behemoth Edition of Phoenix Point.
The final part of the Shadowrun trilogy with different setting and story. It feels inferior to the first two games, although it’s still enjoyable all the same.
The venerable Disciples series returns with a new look and feel. Can it compete with its own lineage?
Oversee a team of custom-built mechs as you cut a swath through hordes of kaiju in this turn-based, tactical rogue-lite.
The subtle differences in Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut make it feel as if you are still playing the same game as the first one, albeit with better features.
Dark Deity takes you back to the simpler times of classic TRPGs. There’s plenty of quality nostalgia to be found but a few less desirable elements of the old days managed to fly under the radar as well.
This first part of the Shadowrun trilogy will get you immersed in their worldbuilding due to its storytelling. The gameplay is also done in great detail to let you become the character that you want.
“It was just like an old-time token shoot down home!”
The most recent of the rapid-fire Strategic Mind releases, Fight For Freedom lives up to the name of its franchise with few surprises, for better or worse.
More of a good thing is great, but Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV’s Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack’s price is exponentially higher than its value.