Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review Bartender! Civilization with XCOM please!
The creators of the cult series have moved into the distant future, used their best practices and created a game that we'll be playing for years to come. Age of Wonders: Planetfall is a successful strategy that more than makes up for its shortcomings.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review Decent Tactical Adventure
The Fire Emblem series has been well-known to fans of excellent tactical games for years. With Nintendo Switch's hybrid consoles, the taste of well-designed tactical has a chance to appeal wider group of players.
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review The Bandicoot is Back in Town
More than 20 years after the release of its first installment, Crash Bandicoot returns in a remastered trilogy prepared by the team at Vicarious Visions. Can this once-progressive title still hold its ground against modern titles?
Beat Cop review everyday fun on the force
Rather quietly, overshadowed by triple-A releases, comes a game worth noticing. Beat Cop is, in some respects, quite similar to Papers, Please, but in this case, we can choose between good and bad cop.
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun review commandos gone samurai
18 years this much time has passed since the release of the first Commandos. Today, in Shadow Tactics, its spirit returns along with the magic of isometric tactical stealth games they were difficult, a bit rough around the edges, but also fun to play.
GreedFall is Ugly, Clunky, Complex and Satisfying!
GreedFall is clumsy and ugly as night. But remember the Little Prince "What is essential is invisible to the eye." The game has issues, but there're many ways it can make up for them, including the great freedom, and complex character development.
Pokemon Sword & Shield Hands-On Jagged Sword and Broken Shield?
One of Nintendo's biggest hits - Pokemon Sword & Shield - will be released this autumn. We have analyzed the novelties revealed so far, and we have as much hope as doubt.