Find a true challenge in our review of A-Men 2
There's a lot of games out there that like to show off just how tough the are, the developers at Bloober Team tasked gamers with the seemingly easy challenge more »
Uncover the Untold Legends of Blackguards in our review
One of the more interesting turn based roleplaying games we've played in a long time was the morally ambiguous Blackguards more »
Sample a future where everyone is better than you in our review of Horizon
There's definitely a trend of 4X strategy games trickling out of the woodwork, more prevalent than most is those set in the glorious expanse of space, but can all these games captured the true spirit of classics like Master of Orion more »
Escape to a simpler time in our review of 1954: Alcatraz
Daedalic Entertainment are believers in the great point and click adventure game, and help to get many a unique and interesting game out to fans of the genre, and together with Irresponsible Games 1954: Alca… more »
Can you deliver on time in our review of Post Master
The world of simulator is like no other, and thanks to folks like Excalibur Publishing the halls of PC retail is full of strange and interesting games that allow you to delve into any number of fields more »
You can't escape the Wild South in our review of Blackguards
After first settings my eyes on it at last years E3 Blackguards was one of my most anticipated games from the adventure game developers at Daedalic Entertainment, it promised a dark mature story, strategic, challenging combat and a rich world more »
We take on the New World in our review of Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise
So what can you add to a strategy that provides you a blank slate? Well Conquest of Paradise adds a little bit for everyone more »
Beware the past in our review of Drox Operative: Invasion of the Ancients
A true love has been rekindled, and Drox Operative is back in my life thanks to the expansion to the dynamic space action RPG! more »
Fight your way to the role of Emperor in our review of Battle Worlds: Kronos
The 120th war of succession is in effect, and the world of Kronos is in need of an Emperor, can you beat the competition in this turn based strategy that both looks and feels like a wholly different kettle of fish to your standard TBS? more »
Sample a taste of the Orient in our review of Omerta - The Japanese Incentive
Unlike most DLC that the game has received, The Japanese Incentive not only adds new characters, weapons and buildings, but also contains a lengthy single player campaign more »
My lover stands on golden sands in our review of Rise of Venice: Beyond the Sea
No you won't have Bobby Darin crooning at you in this expansion to the addictively endless trading simulation of 15th Century Venice which is quite possibly the most disappointing factor of the addon to Rise of Venice. more »
Our mini review of the To The Moon Holiday Special minisode
To celebrate the new year some developers wish nice feelings to their fans, others like Kan Gao of freebird games make a small game for his fans to enjoy. more »
Become a ranger in our review of Recovery: Search and Rescue Simulation
A search and rescue ranger lives a heroic life, saving innocent individuals, keeping their park safe and even clean! So its not very surprising when Excalibur Publishing brought Recovery: Search and Rescue Simulation to the gaming world more »
Enter a strange new world in our review of Gomo
Gomo is a delightful tale straight from the minds of the strange and enchanting worlds of European storytelling more »
Experience an Adventure-RPG-TBS-Simulation-RTS-Arcade in our review of Space Rangers HD!
As a gamer, there's a very special moment when you pick up a new game and can't quite comprehend why you had never heard of it, or played it before, get ready to say hello to that revelation, it's called Space Rangers HD! more »
Will you slaughter little Carsten in our review of Farming Manager?
I must confess I have a bit of an addiction, that addiction is to tycoon strategy games. Thanks to the humble PC, I, like many others can feed this addiction more »
Bring in the festive cheer with some braaaains in our review of Joe Danger 2: Undead Movie Pack
Its the Holiday season! the time for eating brains, breaking pentagrams and smashing pumpkins.. Ok so that's a lie more »
Die bloodsucker in our review of Blood Knights
Everyone knows that the bloody Crusades were all about wiping vampires from the face of the earth... wait this sounds a lot like a film I've seen, surprisingly enough it's actually part of the setting of a new hack'n'slash action RPG Blood Knights more »
Put away the books in our review of Final Exam
For those that are unaware, Final Exam is somewhat of spinoff or reboot of the cult survival horror series Obscure, except its not a survival horror, and its not set in a school, so in fact it couldn't be any further from the original series. more »
Explore the Shadowlands in our review of The Dark Eye - Demonicon
One universe definitely on the way up in the video gaming world is that of the cult German roleplaying game of The Dark Eye, it's actually the biggest roleplaying game in Germany more »
Will you Endeavour in our review of Dark Matter
Like all true science fiction horror Dark Matter starts with an aptly ship; the Endeavour, a ship with an key mission to travel out into the far reaches of space more »
May the best man destroy the other in our review of Gas Guzzlers Extreme
You don't often find yourself sat in the seat of a fully weaponised, customised three wheeled car with your foot on the pedal ready to leave on green with the full intention of blasting your opponents away. more »