Port Royale 4 Beta – Could be Glorious Return to Past
game preview15 May 2020
After spending about 10 hours with the beta of Port Royale 4, I finally have a sense of where the new installment of the classic series is headed – which is into the past.
Crusader Kings 3 – Cat Killed My Wife, I Was Thrilled
game preview14 May 2020
I've spent 10 hours with the newest Crusader Kings, which was supposed to reach people for whom the "two" wasn't accessible enough. Is it easier? It's a difficult question.
Valorant Preview – I Love Shooters Again
game preview10 April 2020
The creators of the League of Legends have developed a shooter that behaves a lot like Counter Strike, feels a bit like Rainbow Six Siege, and features a visual setting reminiscent of Overwatch. There's no originality here, but it's still fun.
Minecraft Dungeons – Hack' n' Slash for Kids and Nothing More?
game preview09 April 2020
Mojang decided they want their own Diablo 3 in the Minecraft world. What could possibly go wrong? Basically everything, but surprisingly, the game looks really solid. As long as you're expecting to have simple fun, rather than be challenged.
Low Requirements and No Cheaters – Can Valorant Beat CS:GO?
game preview02 March 2020
Valorant, the shooter from the creators of League of Legends, promises to be a very interesting game. Low hardware requirements, minimized lags, and curbing cheaters, as well as a slew of borrowings from CS:GO – is this the recipe for the perfect shooter?
Baldur's Gate 3 Preview – Just Let Me Gather the Party!
game preview27 February 2020
Do you still remember the classic Baldur's Gate? Whether you're a veteran or an RPG neophyte, Larian's latest production is a game you cannot miss.
Desperados 3 Is a Strong Candidate for the Best Strategy Game of 2020
game preview27 February 2020
I've played Desperados 3 for 5 hours, and I'm pretty sure that we have a reliable candidate for the title of best strategy GOTY. The new game developed by the creators of Shadow Tactics doesn't revolutionize the proven formula. It just improves it.
MisBits Preview – Virtual Kindergarten Waiting for Kids
game preview26 February 2020
Multiplayer, shooting, building things with colourful toys. A virtual nursery – a sandbox, where you can vent your creativity. What is MisBits and can it become a success?
New World Preview – Why is Amazon Making an MMO?
game preview19 February 2020
"So Amazon's doing the games now, huh?" – that's how most of my friends reacted to me telling them I've been to Amazon Games studio. It does, and it does it on a grand scale. New World has the ambition to bring together the PC fans of MMOs and action RPG.
Outriders Preview – No Pain No Gain!
game preview13 February 2020
"I've seen the Outriders preview." I brag to people, but nobody knows what Outriders is. They will soon find out, because although launching a new brand in 2020 is not easy, it is definitely worth trying and celebrating such attempts.
Gamedec Preview – Disco Elysium Meets Cyberpunk
game preview11 February 2020
As one of the first journalists in the world, I had a chance to try Gamedec, the new RPG from Anshar Studios. And I have good news! If all goes well, this game can make some noise.
5 Things to Do in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020
game preview07 February 2020
Microsoft returns to flight simulators after 13 years of absence and offers players graphics worthy of the next generation. But what should we do in the stunning world of Flight Simulator? Below, you will find some of our... unconservative ideas.
Hands-on: GTFO Combines Destiny with Alien
game preview09 December 2019
GTFO is a new, challenging co-op game. No matchmaking, emphasis on tactics, and limited resources – all this in a heavy and dark atmosphere reminiscent of Ridley Scott's Alien. We went to Copenhagen, Denmark to test the game ourselves.
Path of Exile 2 – A Worthy Rival of Diablo 4
game preview19 November 2019
Diablo's biggest rival has taken a collision course and is planning to thwart Blizzard's plans. Path of Exile 2 is basically a brand new game and it looks like there will be a duel between alpha males in the hack'n'slash market.
Diablo 4 – The Diablo We Want, the Diablo We Deserve
game preview06 November 2019
"Hell, it's about time," said Findlay in the StarCraft 2 trailer, and he could say it again. It's possible that Diablo 4 will be the kind of hack'n'slash we've always dreamed of, and will allow us to forgive the company all the recent mishaps. Or not.
Four Hours with King's Bounty 2 Changed My Mind
game preview08 October 2019
King's Bounty returns with a full-blown sequel. The series has undergone very clear changes, and had the ability to put them through the paces in a four-hour, hands-on presentation. It's better than we thought.
King's Bounty 2 is a Bold Mix of Poor-man's RPG and Strategy
game preview29 August 2019
Developers from 1C Entertainment apparently took to heart the old truth stating that perfect is the enemy of good, and with the continuation of King's Bounty, they've decided to do everything much worse just in case.
Marvel's Avengers Like the Movies – Accessible, Intense, and... Completely Unremarkable
game preview28 August 2019
I expected Marvel's Avengers to be a decent game, but also one completely devoid of risky creativity and designed to provide simple entertainment for fans of the universe – and a short, hands-on presentation at gamescom confirmed my assumptions.
Cyberpunk 2077 After Three Presentations – Where It Falls Short
game preview21 August 2019
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.
Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Gameplay Impressions
game preview14 June 2019
During the E3, I had another opportunity - after last year's E3 - to see Cyberpunk 2077 in action. The hour I've spent watching the game allowed me to fill some blank spots in, but there are still many questions that need an answer.
Yandere Simulator hands-on – Hitman in a skirt or a rather disturbing high-school murder sim
game preview25 October 2016
Yandere Simulator may be one of the weirdest and most disturbing among the games which are currently developed. While it originated in the USA, it’s got a distinct, and intentional, vibe of a morbid Japanese curiosity.
Osiris: New Dawn hands-on – unexpected survival phenomenon not unlike The Martian
game preview12 October 2016
A failed colonization attempt sets off a survival adventure on an uncharted planet. No worries though – we have our wits, tools and… a potato?
The Guild 3 first look – The Godfather meets Game of Thrones
game preview11 September 2016
The third iteration of the medieval trade simulator is coming. Once again, we will get rich, expand our empire and take care of our family, but this time also compete with secret societies. It's time for a game of merchant thrones.
World War 3 is coming – We talked with The Farm 51 about their upcoming military shooter
game preview20 June 2016
While World War 3 has only just left its infancy, we’ve gathered enough info during our talk with Kamil Bilczynski as to be able to imagine the general shape of this game.