Huzzah - he's off now for real in our review of Goodbye Deponia
Surprisingly enough its only been just over a year and a half that the original Deponia raced into our PC's and, two more chapters on and the trilogy is coming to a close with one very special promise from the developers more »
We are rail fans in our review of Train Simulator 2014
No matter how much people complain, trains are the lifeblood of the transport industry across the world, and their majestic and impressive design is adored and admired by train-enthusiasts of all ages more »
So whodunit? In our review of The Raven - A Murder of Ravens
It's the grand finale that we've all been waiting for, after the release of the first episode of The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief adventure fans around the world have been captivated by the fresh and engaging series more »
Enjoy trade, a living economy and politics in our review of Rise of Venice
Rise of Venice is a trading and economic simulator, never played one? Well they couldn't be any simpler more »
Can you save New York in 60 minutes? In our review of Chainsaw Warrior
In the year 2032 a trans-dimensional warp has opened up in an old municipal building in the heart of old Manhattan, strange creatures and mutants are seeping through more »
Manage your club to glory in our review of Football Director
When it comes to management games many may remember the good old days of interactive spreadsheets, years down the line, sports managers have gotten pretty complex, and no more are your screens filled with just numbers and stats, but they lay host to foo… more »
Enter the age of exploration in our review of Europa Universalis IV
Trade, Warfare, Colonisation and Diplomacy are your aims in a game of Europa Universalis IV; a beloved long running series of grand strategy that puts you in charge of the decisions of a nation. more »
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs review: The pigs have won tonight
I've had Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Penumbra in my Steam account for quite some time now… more »
Come on down to the homestead in our review of Farming Simulator for console
Unfortunately a title like Farming Simulator is ripe for a good mocking, and the most infamous video of all pretty much sums up the thoughts of the 'average gamers' opinion of such a concept. more »
MTG 2014 Core set Bestial Strength review: Rootwalla go!
Another year has gone by and another core set of Magic the Gathering cards is released. With that as always, comes a fresh set of intro packs for the new players or those of us who like to collect them… more »
Do you know who the Raven is in our review of The Raven - Ancestry of Lies
This is it, the moment we've been waiting for, the true unveiling of the infamous Raven, was it who you've been suspecting, or were you caught out by a red herring? Don't worry, we won't be unveiling him to you. more »
Jump once more into the world of Aventuria in our review of Memoria
It happened, we only left the beautiful Aventuria for just over a year, but have returned, saved the world, and wish we were still there! Daedalic’s Entertainment’s second adventure into the popular roleplaying universe of The Dark Eye more »
Can you save Thorwall in our review of Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny
It's the year 1008 in the great city of Thorwall, on the brink of Ork invasion, legend tells of the great Grimring sword the Ork Splitter that the hero Hetman Hyggelik wielded more »
Come on over to the PC in our review of Joe Danger and Joe Danger: The Movie
It's the world's most determined stuntman, Joe Danger, finally the game that many have yearned for on the PC has hit the platform, but the burning question, is, is it the PC conversion you were hoping for? more »
Explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate in our review of Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes
There has been quite a surge of 4X space strategy games of recent, granted the exploration aspect really lends itself to the vast expanse of space, but when it comes to the fantasy genre, there isn't much to sate strategy fans more »
Dusty pipes and the fight for water in our review of Mars War Logs
Mars used to be about the chance of a new life, but now it’s just dry, arid and very very dusty, those that moved to the planet with a glint of hope now struggle to survive more »
Build the best darn fleet in the 'verse in our review of Stardrive
What fans really want is a game that offers something different, which many 4X strategies just aren't doing, Stardrive hopes to offer that difference. more »
A happy hello to you in our review of City Bus Simulator New York
If there's one subgenre of simulator that garners fans worldwide its the Bus Simulator, however surprisingly there's only a few developers that bother with the quaint public transportation. more »
Become an Everyday Hero in our review of Rescue 2013
Rescue 2013 is a new top-down emergency services management simulator; think theme hospital meets Age of Empires. It strikes an alarming similarity to the Emergency series more »
Whodunit in our review of The Raven - Eye of the Sphinx?
The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief is a whodunit style story set across three chapters, in the first chapter The Eye of the Sphinx you will control Constable Zellner more »
Its a kind of Magic the Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 in our review
There’s one game that is guaranteed to grace your PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 every year, and it’s played by millions worldwide! No, not Fifa, this is Magic the Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014. more »
Step into the shadows in our review of DARK
In DARK you play as Eric Bane, a recently turned vampire, who must track down an old vampire least he become a feral ghoul and lose his mind, but will this supernatural stealth game breath some life into the genre more »