A house divided in our review of Crusader Kings II: The Republic
Paradox interactive know a great game when they make one, so their newest Crusader Kings II expansion The Republic invites you to a whole new rule set and way of playing the game. more »
Balance the books in our review of Omerta - City of Gangsters
Omerta – City of Gangsters is a brand new strategy game from the folks at Kalypso Media and Haemimont Games the developers behind the most recent iterations in the Tropico series. more »
Get ready to take on the Khaara in our review of Natural Selection 2
Natural Selection 2 is not your normal first person team based game, and for those unfamiliar with the previous mod for Half Life it is a brilliant mix of squad based combat and real time strategy. more »
Spaceteam review: Enable the Quadhash!
If you've got a few friends and some iOS devices and you're up for commanding and maintaining a starship then perhaps I've got the game just for you.… more »
Joe Danger 2: The Movie review: A cracking good time
Games like Joe Danger 2: The Movie aren't released every day, they're the special little nuggets that you see once every few months that really show the thought and creativity that go into games development these days. Joe Danger 2 is the third release… more »
Its time to get serious in our review of A New Beginning - The Final Cut
Daedalic Entertainment are certainly making a name for themselves with critically acclaimed games such as The Whispered World, Edna and Harvey and Deponia. more »
Betrayal, lies, and a lot of death in our review of Grimind
It is somewhat of an understatement to say that Grimind is a very dark game, and at times the lack of visibility can make it somewhat unclear of what you should be doing next. However along the journey there is a beautiful amount of contrasting light an… more »
Afterfall: Insanity Extended Edition review: Have the scares been improved enough?
Nicolas Games SA and Polish developers Intoxicate Studios have tried to revive Afterfall: Insanity since its original release which didn’t go to well with the critics more »
Explore a truly dynamic universe in our review of Drox Operative
The PC as a gaming platform thrives on small, low budget studios who throw all of their heart and passion into their next title, usually some of the soul gets lost in translation, however the developers at Soldak Entertainment know more »
Explore unlimited possibilities in our review of Endless Space
If you’re unaware of the sub-genres of strategy, Endless Space belongs to a glorious selection of games called 4X; they require the user to Explore, Expand, Exploit and Exterminate with their grand empire across the vast expanse of space. more »
Some fun and simple fire-fighting antics in our review of Real Heroes: Fire-fighter
OK, so it’s not got the best title, but Real Heroes – Firefighter is not the lame title that you expect it to be, crossing the border between simulation and story based action, it’s a unique and pretty intense fire-fighting adventure. more »
Huzzah for sequels in our review of Chaos on Deponia
Our hero Rufus returns in Chaos on Deponia, that chronicles the attempts of a clumsy oaf to better himself and reach Elysium, but things begin to get a bit more serious, well, with the story, not with Rufus, the guy is still a complete moron. more »
It is simplicity itself in our review of The Testament of Sherlock Holmes
The game marks the sixth outing for Holmes and Watson, and the true culmination of 10 years of work comes down to The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, the question is, will this be the last outing for the pair? more »
Get lost in paradise in our review of Tropico 4 Gold Edition
Kalypso Media and Haemimont Games have performed the godly task of bringing all that is good of Tropico 4 and packaging it neatly into the Tropico 4: Gold Edition. more »
Take off his head in our review of Chivalry
Chivalry: Medieval Warface couldn't really have been released at a worse time, however it is important to note that there is like no other game out there like it! more »
Take a walk on the weird side in our review of Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
Edna and Harvey: The Breakout was a cult German adventure game that had an edge, in a similar fashion comes the spin-off; Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes a delectable new tale that truly delves into the weird. more »
Get back on the farm in our review of Farming Simulator 2013
Farming Simulator returns in 2013, and GIANTS software have undertaken the task of creating the best farming simulator out there, but does the latest incarnation of the series give us enough of a reason to upgrade our equipment? more »
Go after the true evil in our review of Of Orcs and Men
The fantasy genre is full to the brim with the same old tired tales, and you often find yourself helping out good against evil in the times of war, but what if you took a good look at the 'bad guys'? more »
Sample the tropics in our review of The Good Life
Tired of the humdrum of city life, Derek and Michelle are lucky enough to have inherited the ‘Carpe Diem’ boating company that their uncle left to them in the beautiful JoJo Islands, now who would pass up that chance? Welcome to The Good Life. more »
You're going to want to keep on truckin' in our review of Euro Truck Simulator 2
SCS Software are without a doubt the authority on truck simulators, they dominate the field, so it’s an understatement to say that Euro Truck Simulator 2 is one of the most anticipated vehicular simulators to hit the market this year. more »
Happy Wars review: Cute but not so cuddly
Toylogic's Happy Wars is the first free-to-play game to hit the Xbox Live Marketplace, but despite looking adorable and delightful it doesn't leave you with a want to go back to it.… more »
Can you survive the extended apocalypse in our review of Zombie Driver HD
A little game called Zombie Driver pretty much zombified GTA for the most fun possible, and the developers at Exor Studios have made it available to Xbox 360 owners, complete with tanks, and more bloody mayhem! more »