Tag: turn-based

Apr
24

REVIEW: BATTLETECH

BATTLETECH allows you to take command of a company of mercenary Mech Warriors, fight your way to riches, and esteem to piloting great hulking bipedal war machines armed with exotic weaponry. Oh, and just maybe take down a conniving despot […]

Apr
14

REVIEW: Dead in Vinland

Dead in Vinland applies the successful Dead in Bermuda formula to a Viking setting, making a few changes along the way.

Apr
07

PREVIEW: Troubleshooter

Troubleshooter is a futuristic turn based tactical rpg set in an original but quite dull universe. It shines in some aspects regarding combat and character development, but falls short technically and story-wise. It is still a decent game that I […]

Mar
13

REVIEW: Beastmancer

Beastmancer is an attempt at a monster-collecting game that may be a mixed bag.

Sep
19

REVIEW: Blood Bowl 2 – Legendary Edition

Many patches and DLC later, we’re finally back (mostly) where we were with Blood Bowl 1 Legendary Edition, is it worth your money?

Aug
19

REVIEW: Rezrog

Rezrog is a new turn-based rogue-like dungeon crawler reminiscent of a tile-based board game.

Jul
29

REVIEW: Rogue Wizards

Rogue Wizards is a new turn-based isometric rogue-like dungeon crawler for PC and mobile. It has a good name, which is more than can be said for some of its characters.

Jul
29

REVIEW: Ticket to Earth

A nasty early game trudge almost buries what is a unique and interesting RPG that will see you puzzle out battles in one of the more unique approaches that I’ve come across.

Jul
18

REVIEW: Antihero

Turn-based strategy set in the back streets of Victorian (19th century) London, incorporating thievery, murder most horrid and all manner of underhand skulduggery.

Jul
05

REVIEW: We Slay Monsters

We Slay Monsters is a turn-based, card-based rogue-like dungeon crawler with charming graphics and a weird sense of humour.