Game Reviews

The best indie games of 2015

Once again it is almost time for us to wave goodbye to another year, forcefully having to accept the perpetual nature of time. It can be nerve wrecking to see the days and...

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...