Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review – a galaxy’s worth of sand
game review11 February 2016
Real-time strategy games, as a genre, are dying. That’s why every new RTS premiere I see is a reason to celebrate. All the more so if the game belongs to one of my favorite series.Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review – a galaxy’s worth of sand
Firewatch review – Alone in the forest
game review08 February 2016
Firewatch seemed to be a unique game since it was first announced, and we wanted to take a look whether the game is anything more than just a "walking simulator" The result? It definitely is.Firewatch review – Alone in the forest
XCOM 2 review – UFO 2: Enemy Well-known
game review05 February 2016
The tactical strategy series that says no to aliens makes a comeback once again. After the success of Enemy Unknown and Enemy Within the bar has been set high for XCOM 2, yet it emerges mostly victorious from its battle with gamer expectations.XCOM 2 review – UFO 2: Enemy Well-known
The Witness review – the Darks Souls of puzzle games
game review03 February 2016
Colorful graphics, couple of hundred of riddles, narration through environment, and, at times, extremely high level of difficulty is the Braid's author's recipe for the perfect logic game. But such a meal my not be digestible for every player.The Witness review – the Darks Souls of puzzle games
Darkest Dungeon review – a captivating RPG for the determined ones
game review01 February 2016
The most demanding game of the recent months is here. Darkest Dungeon is a hardcore RPG that you will love… or hate.Darkest Dungeon review – a captivating RPG for the determined ones
American Truck Simulator review - This is the best simulator ever
game review29 January 2016
We waited for so long for American Truck Simulator and it's heading to stores as we speak. This game shows how a proper truck sim should look like. ETS 2 can finally rest in peace.American Truck Simulator review - This is the best simulator ever
Crudelis review – how many choices can you make in 60 minutes?
game review26 January 2016
Crudelis is an independent Polish game which is advertised as “RPG combining Prince of Persia with The Witcher”. What would you do in the last hour of your life?Crudelis review – how many choices can you make in 60 minutes?
DiRT Rally Review – Richard Burns Rally can finally be replaced
game review18 December 2015
Truly famished are the fans of PC racing simulators. The Brits from Codemasters finally lent them a helping hand and created another game in the Dirt series. But what a game it is!DiRT Rally Review – Richard Burns Rally can finally be replaced
Review of Thea: The Awakening – Civilization in a Slavic setting?
game review10 December 2015
Slavic atmosphere and unusual mechanics that are difficult to assign to one genre – these are the most important aspects of Thea: The Awakening. The question is: are these interesting solutions complemented by good gameplay?Review of Thea: The Awakening – Civilization in a Slavic setting?
Hard West Review – the Polish take on XCOM?
game review03 December 2015
Hard West is not afraid to take up the glove dropped by XCOM and shows that a digital narrative can be something else than an endless festival of action and explosions. Still, this doesn’t mean it’s perfect.Hard West Review – the Polish take on XCOM?
Fallout 4 Review – Apocalypse Now
game review30 November 2015
Fallout 4 is probably one of the most anticipated games in recent years. Due to the history of the series, the expectations for this title were really high... Has the game managed to satisfy the gamers?Fallout 4 Review – Apocalypse Now
Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide Review – a.k.a. Left 4 Rats
game review06 November 2015
On paper, the premise of combining Left 4 Dead and the Warhammer universe looks absolutely brilliant. Will the beloved co-op formula turn out to be a blockbuster when transplanted into a world full of Skavens?Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide Review – a.k.a. Left 4 Rats
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Review – the hardcore RPG revisited
game review30 October 2015
A year and a half after the release of Divinity: Original Sin, we received an expanded version of the game. Belgian developer Larian has worked hard on improving their creation but was it worth the wait?Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Review – the hardcore RPG revisited
Prison Architect Review – one of the best economic simulation games of recent years
game review29 October 2015
Prison Architect is not friendly to new users, requires patching of numerous errors, and provides a disappointing campaign but its key elements – construction and management – are amazingly executed.Prison Architect Review – one of the best economic simulation games of recent years
Cities: Skylines expansion review – what mayors do After Dark?
game review26 October 2015
Strange things happen in the course of a city’s nightlife – the same is true when playing After Dark, the first big expansion for the popular city-builder Cities: Skylines.Cities: Skylines expansion review – what mayors do After Dark?
Renowned Explorers: International Society review – feeling like Indiana Jones
game review14 October 2015
Abbey Games Studios once again wants to challenge all fans of the strategy genre. This time, the Dutch team will put you in the shoes of 19th century treasure hunters to take part in their thrilling adventures, often on par with those of Indiana Jones.Renowned Explorers: International Society review – feeling like Indiana Jones
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone Review – Almost perfect expansion
game review13 October 2015
The first expansion pack for the Witcher 3, titled Hearts of Stone, features a new adventure of Geralt of Rivia, but it also proves a certain point: a DLC doesn’t have to be sluggish and dull as the competition would have us believe.The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone Review – Almost perfect expansion
Skyhill review – does another roguelike survival amuse or bore?
game review09 October 2015
Skyhill’s biggest flaw is its lack of merits. It’s, technically speaking, a decently designed survival game, but neither its RPG elements nor the story nor the atmosphere are entertaining enough to keep the players engaged.Skyhill review – does another roguelike survival amuse or bore?
Armikrog review – does the spiritual successor to The Neverhood hold together?
game review06 October 2015
A point'n'click clay adventure game created by the people behind The Neverhood sounds like a dream come true for many fans of the genre. Has Armikrog met the great expectations and managed to provide high-quality entertainment?Armikrog review – does the spiritual successor to The Neverhood hold together?
Skyshine’s Bedlam Review – roguelike Borderlands on The Banner Saga’s engine
game review25 September 2015
Skyshine’s Bedlam takes us to a wasteland, somewhere between Mad Max and Borderlands. This time, however, not as a lonesome wanderer, but as a boss to an undertaking with thousands of lives at stake.Skyshine’s Bedlam Review – roguelike Borderlands on The Banner Saga’s engine
SOMA Review – a horror straight from the depths of the sea by the creators of Amnesia
game review24 September 2015
Frictional Games has stood up to the challenge – SOMA is by far the biggest, most scary and elaborate project of the Swedish studio. However, it got lost in its fundamental premise.SOMA Review – a horror straight from the depths of the sea by the creators of Amnesia
Big Pharma Review – drugs not only from Heisenberg
game review17 September 2015
Developing medications requires more than hard work. To hold your own in the business you need to think, as proven by Big Pharma – a very solid proposition for fans of the recently neglected tycoon genre.Big Pharma Review – drugs not only from Heisenberg
Act of Aggression Review – Act of War did it better
game review08 September 2015
On one hand, Act of Aggression is a rather successful attempt at resurrecting traditional RTS games and continuing the legacy of C&C. On the other, it tries to become the spiritual successor to Act of War, but unfortunately, this is where it falls short.Act of Aggression Review – Act of War did it better
Shadowrun: Hong Kong review – a step in the right direction
game review31 August 2015
It seems that the developers from Harebrained Schemes actually did their homework, because Shadowrun: Hong Kong turns out to be significantly better than Shadowrun Returns.Shadowrun: Hong Kong review – a step in the right direction