Gods Will Fall Review - A Gripping, Unique Dungeon Crawler!
game review29 January 2021
This debut original project from British team Clever Beams brings fresh solutions to a tried formula, and definitely comes out on top. Gods Will Fall is a pretty, engrossing, and truly challenging dungeon crawler.Gods Will Fall Review - A Gripping, Unique Dungeon Crawler!
The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done
game review27 January 2021
The Medium is an artistic and conceptual feat, but not much more. While it provides an exciting, often eerie setting, it fails at becoming truly compelling because of it's linearity, simplicity, and generally untapped potential.The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done
Hitman 3 Rules! Review of the Ultimate Agent 47 Game
game review22 January 2021
Nearly five years after the first installment of the Hitman reboot was launched, revolutionizing the series and showing a potential new direction for the entire stealth genre, the "World of Assassination" trilogy ends with a satisfying, detailed entry.Hitman 3 Rules! Review of the Ultimate Agent 47 Game
Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 is a Disaster. We Were Supposed to Burn City, not Consoles
game review16 December 2020
Cyberpunk 2077 is a great game that can delight you. As long as you're playing PC or next-gen. I played on the basic PS4 and a great I have perhaps seen, but buried underneath a rubble of issues.Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 is a Disaster. We Were Supposed to Burn City, not Consoles
Ghostrunner Switch Review: Fun, Fast-Paced Action That Has No Mercy
game review10 December 2020
Do not go into this game expecting to nail everything on the first try. If you don’t mind dying and trying again, and again, and again… Ghostrunner will be a lot of fun.Ghostrunner Switch Review: Fun, Fast-Paced Action That Has No Mercy
Cyberpunk 2077 Review - Samurai, You've Got a Great RPG to Play!
game review07 December 2020
The newest game from CD Projekt Red is proof that The Witcher 3 was not an accident. It's a great RPG mixed with action, which could use one more small delay – just to clean all the bugs.Cyberpunk 2077 Review - Samurai, You've Got a Great RPG to Play!
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Review - 75% Legion; 25% New
game review07 December 2020
The latest addition to the king of MMORPG has already been with us for some time. And you know what? It's pretty good, but Blizzard didn't have to rush this extension.World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Review - 75% Legion; 25% New
Immortals: Fenyx Rising is More Than Assassin's Creed for Kids!
revisiting02 December 2020
You like Assassin's Creed? Me too, and the latest Assassin's Creed is really good, but... I would love to play something fresh from Ubisoft. Thank the goddess for Immortals!Immortals: Fenyx Rising is More Than Assassin's Creed for Kids!
Demon’s Souls is Hard, But Players are Worse
revisiting24 November 2020
You thought the game was frustrating? Well, it is, but not nearly as actual players. Demon’s Souls showed it years ago, and reminds us about it today, with the remake.Demon’s Souls is Hard, But Players are Worse
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review - 75,000 Monsters Killed and I Loved Every Minute
game review18 November 2020
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity may not be the Zelda you've been waiting for – but it's a really good musou game that will let you kill dozens of hours and thousands of enemies.Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review - 75,000 Monsters Killed and I Loved Every Minute
Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War Review. Cold War, Hot Choices
game review13 November 2020
After a great reboot of the Modern Warfare series, the Black Ops series has also been revived. The adventures of Mason, Woods and Hudson are back in style, as Cold War brings one of the best campaigns in the history of CoD!Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War Review. Cold War, Hot Choices
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition Review - Dinotopia on Couch
game review11 November 2020
There's nothing better than a little boring game that hits Switch. While on a PC or PS4 I wouldn't reach for Jurassic World Evolution, this game is perfect for short sessions.Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition Review - Dinotopia on Couch
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review - The Assassin We All Wanted
game review09 November 2020
Last week was a hell of a week. I spent it with AC Valhalla, at the side of Eivor, a brave warrior from Norway, who went to England with a bunch of friends to build her house.Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review - The Assassin We All Wanted
Mario Kart Live Review - An Expensive Gimmick
game review03 November 2020
Mario Kart Live sounds like a revolution on paper: unfortunately, this revolution ends after two hours, slaughtered by boredom, repetition and technical challenges.Mario Kart Live Review - An Expensive Gimmick
Watch Dogs: Legion Review - Safe and Polite Revolution
game review28 October 2020
Legion isn't the revolution that it was advertised as – and I think that's good. While it's not flawless, it definitely is a satisfying representative of open-world action games.Watch Dogs: Legion Review - Safe and Polite Revolution
Pikmin 3 Deluxe Review - Nintendo Can Make Strategies!
game review28 October 2020
A skillful combination of absurd, Nintendo-style themes, exploration and mechanics based on raw material management. Pikmin 3 Deluxe does not change the face of the series, but a few changes from the Wii U version encourage you to meet again.Pikmin 3 Deluxe Review - Nintendo Can Make Strategies!
Ghostrunner Review - Eat Your Heart Out, Faith
game review26 October 2020
I've just finished a really great first-person Polish studio game set in a dystopian, futuristic city. And I'm not talking about Cyberpunk 2077 at all - even before its premiere, an excellent Ghostrunner awaits you.Ghostrunner Review - Eat Your Heart Out, Faith
Phasmophobia Will Give You the Creeps... Unless You're Playing With Friends
revisiting15 October 2020
However, with a few simple tricks, Phasmophobia intensifies everything that we have experienced so far in the classics, making us pant out of fear, but you can't abuse it.Phasmophobia Will Give You the Creeps... Unless You're Playing With Friends
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review - A Howling, Barking, Gripping Adventure
game review13 October 2020
Heart of the Forest brings an eerie setting, some fantastic writing, and an atmosphere to remember. The game is heavy on text (because, you know, visual novel), but if you're willing to invest the time, it will repay you with a powerful adventure.Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review - A Howling, Barking, Gripping Adventure
5 Life Lessons from Among Us, the Hellishly Fun Scumbag Simulator
revisiting09 October 2020
There are games that try to make us feel for others, arouse empathy, condemn thoughtless hatred. And there's also Among Us, which says : "I bet five bucks that I'll make you a two-faced pig in two rounds." And believe me, it's right.5 Life Lessons from Among Us, the Hellishly Fun Scumbag Simulator
FIFA 21 Review - EA Is at It Again
game review07 October 2020
The new FIFA is as fun and annoying as its previous editions. Although there have been some noticeable changes, the new decade for the series certainly doesn't start with a breakthrough.FIFA 21 Review - EA Is at It Again
Star Wars: Squadrons Review – Finally, X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter Returns!
game review05 October 2020
Star Wars: Squadrons is a reminder that showing the universe of Star Wars from the perspective of a regular fighter pilot is a hit. It's just a pity that there's been a lack of momentum and truly epic action.Star Wars: Squadrons Review – Finally, X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter Returns!
Crash Bandicoot 4 Review – Crash Returns the Same, Yet Better
game review02 October 2020
Playing the newest Crash I realized that I've seen it all somewhere before. Familiar mechanics, levels, animations... But you know what? These copied solutions go perfectly together, and we've just got a new king of 3D platformers!Crash Bandicoot 4 Review – Crash Returns the Same, Yet Better
The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion – Once Slayer of PCs, Now Nearly Neglected
revisiting27 September 2020
I have fond memories of Morrowind. I don't have too much memories with Skyrim, because I'm still playing it. And what about Oblivion? The fourth installment in the series seem the most forgotten, though it's certainly an important link.The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion – Once Slayer of PCs, Now Nearly Neglected