The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Switch Review – The Art of Compromise
The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt for Nintendo Switch is an ugly duckling. CDPR goes for a compromise – we accept the mediocre graphics, and they bring the best RPG of recent years for a hand-held console. Don't say no.
Review of Borderlands 3 – Space Never Changes
The cult series of looter shooters has returned to give us crazy firearms and tons of cannon fodder to kill once again. What's new in the world of armed Sirens and Space Vaults? Not much – and that's exactly what we wanted!
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Review – Modern Oldschool Respecting the Original
We never have enough of The Legend of Zelda. This time, Nintendo again revisits the past to brush off the one of the best hand-held adventures of Link – Link's Awakening, originally created in 1993 for the Game Boy.
Wanderlust Travel Stories Review – A Must-Read Game
Wanderlust is an unusual and bold concept of a game based on the literature of the road. The courage of the artists, who created a game consisting mostly of text, deserves admiration. And recognition, too, because Wanderlust is simply a really good game.
GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works
GreedFall is not a stiff spiritual successor to Gothic series. It's a well-designed unique role playing game developed with a limited budget and some great ideas borrowed straight from the best titles of this genre.
Children of Morta Review - A Gem Among Roguelike Dungeon Crawlers
When you beat the Children of Morta you will have the feeling that you are not only abandoning the great, dynamic hack'n'slash, but also that you are leaving the family home where you simply felt good and safe.
Gears 5 Review – All Cogs in Right Places
We like it when creators are able to recognize their mistakes. Gears 5 lets go of the expedition company of rookie boy scouts, and serves a hard-boiled action shooter instead. Just like the old days.
If You Think Control is not Worth it – Think Again
The latest game by the creators of Max Payne and Alan Wake hasn't been hugely exciting before the release, which is a pity – because it's definitely more than just a solid shooter.
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.
Cyberpunk 2077 After Three Presentations – Where It Falls Short
At the Cyberpunk show 2077 in Cologne I saw a devilishly impressive game, but just a game nonetheless. One that can be as delighting, as it can be simply irritating, and even disappointing, given all the hype.