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FIFA 20 Review (In Progress) – the Return of the Party Football King

GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works

Gears 5 Review – All Cogs in Right Places

Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review – Bartender! Civilization with XCOM please!

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review – Not the Wolf We've Been Waiting For

Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu

If You Think Control is not Worth it – Think Again

Children of Morta Review - A Gem Among Roguelike Dungeon Crawlers

Game reviews

Reviews and scores of the most important and popular video games

We have reviewed over 100 games. If you're looking for professional editorial reviews, ratings, exhaustive tests, or you don't know which computer, console or mobile game to buy - here you will find our recommendations on which games are worth it, and which should be avoided. We especially recommend our reviews of Control, Blair Witch and Gears 5.

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FIFA 20 Review (In Progress) – the Return of the Party Football King
FIFA 20 Review (In Progress) – the Return of the Party Football King

game review20 September 2019

FIFA 20 once again proves that when it comes to playing with friends, nobody's got anything on this series. Unfortunately, things aren't so great with everything the game offers.

GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works
GreedFall Review - Budget Witcher 3 That Simply Works

game review13 September 2019

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
Children of Morta Review - A Gem Among Roguelike Dungeon Crawlers

game review13 September 2019

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
Gears 5 Review – All Cogs in Right Places

game review09 September 2019

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.

Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest
Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest

game review03 September 2019

Bloober Team is a company that has become a synonym of horror for many people. Blair Witch is their first game developed under a license, but the devs were able to turn that into their favor, offering another successful title. Is it their best game yet?

If You Think Control is not Worth it – Think Again
If You Think Control is not Worth it – Think Again

game review27 August 2019

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!
Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review – Bartender! Civilization with XCOM please!

game review14 August 2019

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.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review – Not the Wolf We've Been Waiting For
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review – Not the Wolf We've Been Waiting For

game review29 July 2019

I hear every generation wants to change the world. The daughters B.J. Blazkowicz turned Wolfenstein into an RPG looter-shooter without loot. What came out of it? Let's just say that their father wouldn't be proud...

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review – Decent Tactical Adventure
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review – Decent Tactical Adventure

game review25 July 2019

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.

Warhammer: Chaosbane Review – A Casual Diablo 3
Warhammer: Chaosbane Review – A Casual Diablo 3

game review08 July 2019

Warhammer: Chaosbane, which was to enrich the hack'n'slash universe with creatures of the Old World, was an exciting idea. But bearing in mind the recent disappointment with the glitchy Warhammer: Vermintide 2, I had some reservations...

Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu
Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu

game review05 July 2019

The authors of the series of games about Sherlock Holmes opted for the prose of H. P. Lovecraft and seem to have knuckled under to the power of the Great Old Ones. The Sinking City turned out a decent detective adventure, but not much more.

Layers of Fear 2 Review – More Ambitious, but is that Good?
Layers of Fear 2 Review – More Ambitious, but is that Good?

game review05 July 2019

An atmosphere which is not that spooky or terrifying but... quite strange, disturbing, literally "creepy." Layers of Fear 2 is not the Polish P. T., but a Polish TP. “T” for Twin, and “P” for Peaks.

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review – The Bandicoot is Back in Town
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review – The Bandicoot is Back in Town

game review10 July 2017

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?

The Long Journey Home review – space-sim for the patient ones
The Long Journey Home review – space-sim for the patient ones

game review01 June 2017

Deep space exploration has recently become wildly popular in video games. How did Daedalic approach this theme in their new game, The Long Journey Home? What distinguishes it are diversity, creativity… and the fact that it’s hardcore. It really is.

Beat Cop review – everyday fun on the force
Beat Cop review – everyday fun on the force

game review04 April 2017

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.

Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 Review – I like trains
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 Review – I like trains

game review29 March 2017

There’s more to a virtual mechanic’s life than fixing cars or agricultural machines. The time has come to switch to the big stuff – let’s get to work on some railway engines!

Kona Review – spooky Canadian survival
Kona Review – spooky Canadian survival

game review27 March 2017

A snowy, Canadian wilderness is the perfect location to hide some bodies in the closet. If you don’t believe me, Kona – a survival adventure game by Parabole – will certainly convince you.

911 Operator Review – Emergency Dispatch Center Simulator
911 Operator Review – Emergency Dispatch Center Simulator

game review04 March 2017

Being an emergency dispatcher is a highly responsible post, as proven by the game from a small Polish dev team. While it may be hard to remain focused during longer sessions, 911 Operator is definitely worth your time.

Diluvion review – ugly duckling of underwater survival
Diluvion review – ugly duckling of underwater survival

game review14 February 2017

Alright, landlubbers! Pack yer belongings and in you go to the steel can ye call a submarine! We’re headed to battle sided with Diluvion. What are you saying? The ship’s leaking? Nevermind, we’ll manage, lads…

Disgaea 2 review – tactical RPG with a touch of craziness
Disgaea 2 review – tactical RPG with a touch of craziness

game review01 February 2017

Demons are like politicians – easy to bribe and prone to fighting. What other lessons can we learn from the PC port of an immersive and funny tactical game, Disgaea 2?

Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach Review – New Final Liberation?
Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach Review – New Final Liberation?

game review25 January 2017

Remember the human chess game from Harry Potter? If you've always wanted to play its Warhammer 40,000 equivalent, now is your chance, coming in the form of Sanctus Reach published by Slitherine.

The Dwarves Review – shoddy dwarven craftsmanship
The Dwarves Review – shoddy dwarven craftsmanship

game review09 December 2016

We’ve been keeping a close eye on King Art Games ever since Jakub Rozalski decided to entrust them with the development of Iron Harvest. The Dwarves can be seen as an exam of the studio’s capabilities. The results, however, are less than promising...

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun review – commandos gone samurai
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun review – commandos gone samurai

game review06 December 2016

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.

Planet Coaster review – perfect sandbox, imperfect strategy
Planet Coaster review – perfect sandbox, imperfect strategy

game review30 November 2016

Planet Coaster is a great come-back of roller coaster tycoons. The game gives the fans everything they expected, and though the economy system could be more demanding, the production as a whole is an outstanding sandbox.