Game Reviews

Hard West review: the Wild West Warsaw style

I’m not sure why Western-themed games are so rare. It’s a genre and time that we can more or less relate to, but just distant enough it to retain an element of mystery...

Fallout 4 review: radioactive fun

As it stands at this very moment, I have put the best part of 61-hours of my life into Fallout 4. During this time, two things have become very clear to me: Firstly,...

Broforce review: you’ll never bro this hard again

Broforce proudly boasts almost every single stereotype that has become synonymous with American culture, and does it with a glorious side-scrolling retro swagger. From an endless symphony of massive explosions to perpetual pixelated...

‘Mortal Kombat X’ review: bloody brilliant

In 1992 four programmers with a minimal budget wanted to make a game based on the movie Bloodsport. Fortunately Jean Claude van Damme, the star of the movie, joined the Street Fighter project...

‘Pillars of Eternity’ review: vivid, vast, visceral

Obsidian Entertainment’s games have always been known for their vividly elaborate plots and immense settings (Fallout: New Vegas, Neverwinter Nights 2). Its latest title,Pillars of Eternity, is every bit as vast and intricate...

‘Tormentum: Dark Sorrow’ review: demented silence

Tormentum: Dark Sorrow is a spectacularly sinister point-and-click puzzle adventure created by the Polish three-man indie developing team, Oh Noo! Studios. It will take you on a menacing five hour journey through a...