Tag: turn-based

Aug
19

PREVIEW: Jupiter Hell

If turn-based Doom with lots of swearing sounds good to you, then Jupiter Hell is probably worth a look

Aug
16

REVIEW: Age of Wonders: Planetfall

One could say that Age of Wonders has lost its magic, others could say that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Brace yourselves; it’s time for the magical wonders of Planetfall.

Aug
06

REVIEW: Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil

Return to the wastelands of a post-war Sweden in Seed of Evil. Mutant Year Zero gets some extra DLC content. Is it any good? Read on..

Jul
25

PREVIEW: Godhood

Godhood – Does it still count as worshipping a false idol if I’m the idol?

Jul
09

PREVIEW: Conglomerate 451

Style over substance was a great motto for the world of Cyberpunk 2020. It doesn’t work so well as a game design decision.

Jul
01

REVIEW: Vambrace: Cold Soul

After patch 1.08, Vambrace: Cold Soul evens out some of the gameplay mechanics many customers were complaining about.

Jun
09

REVIEW: Druidstone: The Secret of the Menhir Forest

From the makers of the legendary Grimrock series comes a brand new adventure. Can you uncover the secret of the Menhir Forest? read on to find out!

Mar
05

REVIEW: WarGroove

This all-you-can-eat buffet will keep your turn-based and pixel-art needs well satiated.

Feb
17

REVIEW: Boot Hill Bounties

This is not another Earthbound gem obsessed with the past. Between a few unique twists, there is a rich narrative for fans and their children to cherish in the Wild West.

Dec
06

REVIEW: Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

Love X-COM? Love Mutants? Well, this remarkable game combines both, in a heady mix of strategic goodness. Read on to find out more.