Tag: turn-based

Apr
25

REVIEW: For The King

For The King is an excellent and deep fantasy roguelike RPG, one of the best I’ve seen in the last couple of years. It is very fun either playing single player or co-op, and will be the joy of any […]

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.