Experience a heart wrenching tale of loss in our review of To The Moon
In a sea of action-orientated shooters and fast-paced strategy games comes a surprisingly poignant tale of loss and childhood ambitions that had to take unexpected detours entitled To The Moon. more »
Deadlight review: You'll be terrified of shadows
Back in January a game was announced that promised to be a new style of survival horror that would lean more towards a cinematic-puzzle-platformer than what you'd usually associate with the genre. Just over seven months later Deadlight is about to hit X… more »
A beautiful start to an intriguing story in our review of the first episode of Hoodwink
Enter Michael Bezzel, acquisitions expert extraordinaire and suddenly we are caught up in a futurisitc and bright noir tale full of mystery and dark comedy, roll on episode 2! more »
Protect Earth in our review of Unstoppable Gorg
Unstoppable Gorg is Futuremark's first foray into the tower defense genre and, for the most part, they have flourished with their fun new take on the well established game style that harkens back to the era of cheesy 50's sci-fi B movies. more »
Delve into the classic management sim in Pro Cycling Manager 2012
Cyanide Studios have been dedicated to bringing fans the cycling game that they are looking for in the Pro Cycling series, so we have a see if the newest in the series; Pro Cycling Manager 2012 is up to speed. more »
Experience the Last Half of Darkness in our review of Society of the Serpent Moon
If you are unfamiliar with the Last Half of Darkness series then you needn't fear of getting a little lost, but you may be interested in finding that this is not some new fad adventure game series more »
Jump into a lavish fantasy tale in our review of The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav
Chains of Satinav is a traditional tale that contains many of the standard fantasy themes and plot points, and with so many beautifully illustrated environments, more »
You can be the best truck driver in the world in our review of Scania Truck Driving Simulator
Scania Truck Driving Simulator is more than a simulator, in fact it has the makings of about three sims in one, and has some of the most intense truck driving ever seen. more »
Fly me to Elysium in our review of Deponia
After Daedalic's smash fantasy point and click The Whispered World the German developers have a lot to live up to with their latest title. Can the small backwater town of Kuvaq create yet another engaging adventure game? more »
Rewrite your comprehension of battle in our review of Blades of Time
Blades of Time is the sequel to the 2009 X-Blades that provided an enjoyable game, if you like looking at scantily clad women. Thankfully developers Gaijin have revolutionised Ayumi's travels. more »
Live the golden age of farming in our review of Agricultural Simulator - Historical Farming
Most simulator developers understand that GIANTS Software undoubtedly hold the crown for farming simulator games, however UIG really show that anything is possible! more »
The wheels on the bus go round and round in our review of European Bus Simulator
There have been many chances to sample the simple life of a bus driver in the past, with such obscure titles as Tokyo Bus Guide, or the arcade style Bus Driver more »
Experience science fiction on an epic scale in our review of Gemini Wars
With only a few days until release we put Gemini Wars to the most important test of all, built up from science fiction media, this is one real time strategy that definitely has its heart in the right place. more »
Off-Road Drive review: The dirtiest simulator around
When looking at simulator games on the market you wouldn't usually expect one to be made using the Unreal 3 Engine, of course with more and more games using the engine, with the likes of the more recent Adam's Venture games as well as Zumba Fitness, as… more »
Warlock: Master of the Arcane review: Just one more turn…
Warlock: Master of the Arcane brings a fresh approach to the turn-based strategy genre by creating a visually pleasing fantastical world known as Ardania. The world has turned into a war zone, with fierce creatures coming up from the depths of hell. You… more »
Velocity review: Man the Quarp Drive!
Shoot 'em ups are a rare breed these days, when a fairly large release does come by they're usually of such a high calibre that you can instantly tell the developer behind it. However in the UK they're of course even more scarce than they are in Japan a… more »
Experience pure beauty in our review of Depth Hunter the Spearfishing simulator
We give the popular and environmentally friendly art of spearfishing a go in Depth Hunter; an absolutely stunning underwater simulator from a small Russian developer brought to retail by Lace Mamba Global. more »
Welcome to our Tropico 4: Modern Times review
If you've never filled the shoes of El Presidente well you're just in luck, because the new expansion to the critically acclaimed Tropico 4 is here, and it excels the long running series to perfection! more »
Fight the machines in our review of Hard Reset: Extended Edition
Humanity is at the verge of extinction, and in the harsh world of Hard Reset, we are at war with the machines in this genuinely fun, 'old school' first person shooter. more »
Liberate Arulco in our review of Jagged Alliance: Back in Action
What bitComposer have done with Jagged Alliance: Back in Action is created a game that caters to the tactical strategist, and to the run-and-gun nut in an unashamedly difficult but addictive game. more »
Tread dangerous waters in our review of Naval War: Arctic Circle
Naval War: Arctic Circle does not boast the most actions per minute, and it does not centre on the real time battles, quite the contrary and it takes as much strategy as you can cram into a military simulator. more »
Keep digging in our review of Stone Quarry Simulator
We’ve seen them all, from digging simulators, demolition simulators and construction simulators, if there’s one thing a vehicular sim fan loves, it appears to be moving dirt and stone around various locations, get ready to make a career out of it! more »