NCSoft's new MMO from a team of Blizzard veterans. just don't call it WoWstar.
Posted: 18.06.2014 16:39 by Michael Johnson | Comments: 2
Chris Capel goes once more into the Oblivion breach, dear friends.
Posted: 22.04.2014 09:22 by Chris Capel | Comments: 19
World of Warplanes (PC)
Does World of Warplanes reach the dizzying heights of its predecessor or is it a case of crashing and burning?
Posted: 04.12.2013 10:08 by Jamie Donnelly | Comments: 16
Winter isn't coming.
Posted: 01.07.2013 12:43 by Jamie Donnelly | Comments: 3
Marvel Heroes (PC)
Is Marvel Heroes some part of a super villain's evil scheme to fleece money from unsuspecting comic fans?
Posted: 25.06.2013 11:12 by James Haresign | Comments: 5
Anno Online (PC)
Build your city one day at a time - literally.
Posted: 17.06.2013 11:14 by Jamie Donnelly | Comments: 3
When television and videogames get together - and decide that it isn't working out.
Posted: 22.04.2013 10:16 by Adam Tingle | Comments: 0
Eight years, 11 million subscribers, and now Pandas. Is Azeroth ready?
Posted: 15.10.2012 14:17 by Adam Tingle | Comments: 0
Guild Wars 2 (PC)
The only thing that's missing is the fee.
Posted: 12.09.2012 11:48 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
The Secret World (PC)
Shh, it's a secret, and Chris Capel isn't very good at keeping those.
Posted: 18.07.2012 12:23 by Chris Capel | Comments: 9
A long time ago in a galaxy massively online...
Posted: 09.01.2012 16:14 by Simon Priest | Comments: 25
World of Tanks (PC)
Now that's an Armoured Assault.
Posted: 08.08.2011 15:17 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 19
After a long struggle, Strategy Informer emerges from the Rift to give you its verdict...
Posted: 22.03.2011 09:51 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 1
DC Universe Online (PC)
We slip into our rubber suits and capes to play SOE's latest MMORPG.
Posted: 08.02.2011 15:12 by James Day | Comments: 0
It's the end of the world but a new beginning for Azeroth...
Posted: 04.01.2011 10:16 by Simon Priest | Comments: 4
Browser Brilliance or CTRL-ALT-DEL?
Posted: 16.12.2010 13:25 by Marco Fiori | Comments: 14
Cities XL 2011 (PC)
We return to the hustle and bustle of Cities XL 2011...
Posted: 18.11.2010 15:04 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 5
Ready for launch?
Posted: 28.10.2010 14:32 by Manny Brown | Comments: 0
APB: Reloaded (PC, PC)
Interesting in theory, not-so interesting in execution. Strategy Informer lays down the law on EA's APB...
Posted: 20.07.2010 10:22 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 4
An expansion for the ages? (PC)
Posted: 07.06.2010 12:48 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Star Trek Online (PC)
Star Trek: Online has come out of warp and onto our PCs. Do you have what it takes, Captain? (PC)
Posted: 04.02.2010 15:16 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 4
Better the devil you know. (PC)
Posted: 18.11.2009 03:55 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 4
Aion: Ascension (PC)
Aion, the latest offering to the MMO Gods has met with some success since launch, but can it do better? (PC)
Posted: 23.10.2009 04:11 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 5
Cities XL (PC)
Going by its name, Cities XL has a lot to live up to. Does it deliver? Or will it need a smaller size? (PC)
Posted: 15.10.2009 05:17 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 2
With the Fellowship well on their way to Morder, it's your turn to face the dangers of Moria.
Posted: 18.12.2008 11:08 by Joe Robinson | Comments: 7
Blizzard unleashes a torrent of icy doom and deliciousness for World of Warcraft gamers in this latest expansion pack to the number one MMO.
Posted: 01.12.2008 09:17 by Simon Priest | Comments: 12
It's a game worthy of Mordor, so get a copy as soon as you can; here's one not to miss for any Tolkien fan.
Posted: 14.05.2007 14:00 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
If you're thinking of jumping in to the WoW universe, or already have then make sure you get yourself a copy of this goodie packed expansion.
Posted: 05.02.2007 03:34 by Simon Priest | Comments: 1
World of Warcraft (PC)
All in all, World of Warcraft is an impressive game that shouldn’t be missing from your games collection. Buy it, install it and prepare for a high...
Posted: 16.04.2005 00:00 by Jianu Razvan | Comments: 2