Spellforce: Universe (PC)
Itís hard not to recommend SpellForce Universe to RPG and strategy fans looking for something to kill a bit of time before the next big thing comes...
Posted: 27.05.2008 12:36 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Dracula: Origin (PC)
Dracula: Origin is a great example of what is good and bad about the adventure genre.
Posted: 27.05.2008 12:06 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 0
True to its name, after finishing Night of One Million Billion Zombies (NOMBZ) the player may have in fact killed one million billion zombies.
Posted: 20.05.2008 10:29 by Kyle Stallock | Comments: 0
New Horizons adds eight new vessel types, a new environment and twenty new missions which is pretty impressive for an add on package.
Posted: 12.05.2008 11:45 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 3
Cry of the Infected (PC)
The second game from indie developer Cyborg Arm, Cry of the Infected is a survival horror FPS with a twist: the player takes control of a zombie...
Posted: 01.05.2008 10:05 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 3
The Golden Horde (PC)
The Golden Horde isnít your traditional run-of-the-mill real-time strategy game, and Iím not talking about its period setting.
Posted: 29.04.2008 12:02 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Overall I enjoyed playing Agon, but there isnít a lot of replayability to the game.
Posted: 23.04.2008 08:59 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 1
Fantasy Wars (PC)
Fantasy Wars is very pleasant to play, its easy to both play briefly and walk away, or to completely lose track of time in the 'just-one-more-turn'...
Posted: 21.04.2008 12:43 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 1
Kane's Wrath is a commendable expansion to an already-impressive game.
Posted: 14.04.2008 14:31 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 9
Europa Universalis: Rome likes to you give you plenty to think about aside from just what province is next on your shopping list.
Posted: 14.04.2008 10:31 by Simon Priest | Comments: 8
Fortunately I can say that the final episode of Sam and Max Season 2, Episode 205:Whats New Beelzebub just plain rocked.
Posted: 10.04.2008 03:43 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 1
Gothic Universe (PC)
Gothic Universe combines the first three Gothic games into one convenient package for a slightly higher than budget price.
Posted: 04.04.2008 13:52 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Pollux have ensured that there is enough size and depth in Immortals to ensnare the PC 4X fan.
Posted: 26.03.2008 14:23 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 2
A future near depleted of fossil fuels erupts in war as the global powers battle desperately for survival Ė what it lacks in revolution it makes up...
Posted: 19.03.2008 03:47 by Simon Priest | Comments: 4
Jack Keane (PC)
Is Deck 13's Jack Keane a worthy captain, or should he be swabbing the poop-deck with the rest of the plebs?
Posted: 14.03.2008 12:05 by Andy Alderson | Comments: 5
Chariots of the Dogs represents the tenth episode for the dynamic duo since TellTale games took the reigns and started Season 1 last year.
Posted: 14.03.2008 08:49 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Band of Bugs (PC)
All in all Band of Bugs was a good play, though how much replayability for the price tag it has is yet to be seen.
Posted: 04.03.2008 10:09 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Saga has moved away from the typical MMORPG to an MMO strategy and world building game...
Posted: 28.02.2008 09:24 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 8
Imperium Romanum (PC)
Whilst Imperium Romanum doesn't do anything to reinvent the genre as a whole, it's certainly a well-refined product that's worth a look to veteran...
Posted: 21.02.2008 12:08 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 4
Requital claims to be a free form RPG, but reduced to its simplest form Requital is mostly a simulation of playing fetch.
Posted: 15.02.2008 10:37 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 0
The latest brainchild in the Sam and Max franchise, how does Episode 203 compare with the other eight games? Read our review to see what we think.
Posted: 12.02.2008 09:37 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Black Plague represents the second part of the creepy tale, beginning in the same deserted environment that the previous game ended in. Find out...
Posted: 12.02.2008 07:52 by Emmanuel brown | Comments: 0
We had a chance to play this MMORPG with a roughly 6 year development time. Does an unusually large amount of time invested to create a game equal...
Posted: 08.02.2008 12:29 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
rFactor is billed as being the most accurate racing simulator of all time. We can't pass up that boast.
Posted: 08.02.2008 10:34 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 1
When I first saw the descriptions of SunAge this was a game that I wanted to like.
Posted: 01.02.2008 11:25 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Petroglyph, encompassing many veterans of real-time strategy, has set their sights on the Universe but first they just couldn't resist raising a...
Posted: 24.01.2008 15:20 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
The short introduction for the uninitiated: Sam and Max are a dog and big mouthed rabbit team of freelance police, the stars of the Sam and Max...
Posted: 22.01.2008 14:45 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Crysis is one of those types of games that sets out to redefine quality in its field, while the FPS community have their latest and greatest...
Posted: 13.01.2008 14:39 by Simon Priest | Comments: 2
The basic storyline behind Darkness Within is that you are a detective by the name of Howard Loreid who is trying to track down the Private Eye,...
Posted: 17.12.2007 14:46 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Empire Earth III (PC)
Empire Earth is striking the globe once again in this third reiteration, and this time around the whole World is up for a scrap.
Posted: 10.12.2007 15:35 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Escape from Paradise City attempts to combine strategy games and RPGs, but does so in a most unspectacular manner.
Posted: 23.11.2007 05:45 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Alpha Prime (PC)
Alpha Prime fails to live up to its potential as a great game and merely settles for adequate in almost every aspect of the game.
Posted: 22.11.2007 04:08 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Tabula Rasa (PC)
The gameplay works wonderfully - it's action-packed and fast-paced, like a shooter, and the co-operative nature of the game is a joy.
Posted: 19.11.2007 11:39 by Mike Jennings | Comments: 1
Hellgate Global (PC)
Hellgate is a success in the more revolutionary areas of its gameplay, though more attention could have been paid to the typical action RPG elements.
Posted: 15.11.2007 06:00 by Spanner | Comments: 3
Pros and cons aside I have no regrets in the time I spent playing Sam and Max and Ice Station Santa will have a place on my shelf with the first...
Posted: 08.11.2007 05:32 by JanaLee Stocks | Comments: 0
Evil Days of Luckless John is, despite the decent aesthetic elements of the title, a pretty poor adventure game.
Posted: 30.10.2007 04:51 by Mike Jennings | Comments: 0
The Witcher (PC)
The Witcher has employed the dark imagination of a fantasy writer to carve some genuine depth of plot and character from the shapeless, malleable...
Posted: 30.10.2007 04:11 by Spanner | Comments: 9
If you're a fan of John Woo or feel the need to blow through things with wild abandonment then Stranglehold should be on your 'To Do' list.
Posted: 05.10.2007 03:30 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Two Worlds (PC)
Two Worlds succeeds at what it sets out to provide - a poor man's Oblivion and a simple, unrestrictive introduction to role playing games.
Posted: 25.09.2007 04:06 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Unlike many other more generic games of its type, the whole Blitzkrieg corpus prides itself on its attention to historical detail.
Posted: 20.09.2007 03:27 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0