Category - Windows PC Review

HUSK Review

I heard that HUSK was a dark suspenseful indie game coming down the line in the vein of Silent Hill, and that it was one of the games to watch for in 2017. Even the name sounded intriguing… HUSK. So, one dark and stormy night when the...

Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach Review

Slitherine Ltd and Straylight Entertainment have released their new turn-based strategy wargame based on the Warhammer 40,000 universe from Games Workshop. Warhammer 40,0000: Sanctus Reach puts players in command of the Space Wolves, who are...

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Review (PC)

Telltale Games has pretty much gone all-in on the episodic graphic adventure game genre.  Out of the 12 or so games released by Telltale Games, I have played and completed about a quarter of them, so I wasn’t a stranger to this genre...

Shadow Heroes: Vengeance in Flames –...

Allied Games have released a new style of real time strategy game that is designed to be fun, regardless of your skill level or game style.  Shadow Heroes:  Vengeance in Flames began life on Kickstarter, where the campaign was canceled then...

Batman – The Telltale Series Season 1...

I think I have played every Telltale Games adventure title there is, and with good reason. They way their serialized episodic gameplay is dependent on your decisions is truly exciting in how it changes the story of the game.  So let’s...

Watch Dogs 2 – A Review (PC)

Watch Dogs by Ubisoft had tons of hype leading up to its release in 2014.  However, what ended up in our hands was something less then perfect.  The main protagonist, Aiden Pierce, was uninteresting, the driving was horrid, and the story...

Ghost Town Mine Ride & Shootin’...

Spectral Illusions is a name many of you video gamers out there might not know just yet. However, if you are a part of the haunted house/haunter community, you will no doubt recognize them as a well-known producer of digital projector effects...

Dishonored 2 – A Review (PC)

I am a big fan of Arkane Studio’s 2012 Dishonored, so when the 2016 sequel became available for the PC, I quickly jumped on it.  Dishonored gave me everything I wanted in an assassin style game:  multiple ways to carry out the...

Through The Woods Review

I had seen a trailer for Through The Woods a while ago but, with the exception of the name, I had kind of forgotten about it.  That can be nice to go into a review completely cold when it turns out to be a game that is as atmospherically...

SYNDROME Review

We are knee-deep in the Halloween season and that means it is the perfect time to review some horror games. I recently got the chance to take Camel 101’s SYNDROME for a spin. The player starts Syndrome in the boots of  an officer aboard...