Flying Red Barrel – Review

Flying Red Barrel – Review

Orange Juice, a Japanese Doujin group and the creators of Suguri, brought us a new top-down shooter, Flying Red Barrel – Diary of a Little Aviator. Maneuvering your plane through projectiles while s... Read More »

Site Score
6.3
Jack of Blades is back in Fable Anniversary

Jack of Blades is back in Fable Anniversary

Lionhead studios seems to be teasing an upcoming game, with a Fable teaser trailer put up on their youtube account. Fable was released on the original Xbox in 2004 as a platform exclusive and went on ... Read More »

Halo: Spartan Assault

Halo: Spartan Assault

Halo fans are set to receive a new game this year, this time for your Windows phone and Windows 8 pc. Halo will be making its way into the dual joystick shooter genre with the upcoming game, as you fo... Read More »

Rain: Two Silhouettes

Rain: Two Silhouettes

The Playstation seems to continue to be the place for indie developers and quirky games, not only have they managed to court Jonathan Blow the very outspoken creator of Braid but they continue to prom... Read More »

Don’t forget me

Don’t forget me

Remember Me has just launched today and it’s been one of my personal most anticipated games this year. To celebrate the launch of the memory focused game why not watch the games live action trai... Read More »

Reus – Review

Reus – Review

Ever felt the world would be a better place if you were God? Well, Abbey Games has made a game just for you. The young Dutch studio’s first game is a creative and innovative take on the god game gen... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall – Review

Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall – Review

The good old days of point and click games are long over. At least, that’s what a lot of people believe. Nothing could be further from the truth. Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall is already th... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
Splice – Review

Splice – Review

Splice is sure to frustrate and hook you with its clever puzzles, as you take strands of DNA and splice them together. Is this game more than the sum of its parts or is it a Frankenstein’s monst... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
Wargame: Airland Battle – Review

Wargame: Airland Battle – Review

This week I got to play Wargame: Airland battle, the sequel to the critically acclaimed RTS Wargame: European escalation that came out last year. The Original was very innovating in the way it combine... Read More »

Site Score
8.7
Crusader Kings II – Review

Crusader Kings II – Review

You might all still remember Crusader Kings II, a game released well over a year ago. Back in 2012, this was one of the deepest strategic experiences you could hope for. Sadly, I never got around to p... Read More »

Site Score
7.8
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