Category - Windows PC Review

Laser Disco Defenders Review

I’ve mentioned a time or two or twenty that I am an old school gamer with a collection of my original consoles and games.  Probably one of my favorites of all time would be the original Sega Genesis system’s game Toe Jam And Earl...

Hybrid Wars Review

If you are like me, you have discovered a fondness for most games under the Wargaming.net banner beginning with World of Tanks, a game that blew up on the scene about six years ago. They’ve shown up at E3 throwing great tournaments and...

Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone...

When our Editor-in-Chief asked if I wanted to play a first-person shooter called “First Assault Online” I said sure since I had a bit of time available.  Then when I downloaded the game I found out it was “Ghost In The...

The Bunker Review

It is 5:00 AM and  I am showered with my clothes laid out for the day and I’m in my pitch black media room.  Well almost pitch black, before me my gaming rig is fired up with The Bunker about to start.  Why so early in the morning...

Zombie Night Terror – A Review (PC)

Today, I review Zombie Night Terror, the second zombie themed PC game this month.  Yes, I can hear you saying it, “not another zombie game”.  One thing that can be said about the video gaming industry is, like the movie industry...

The Final Station – A Review (PC)

Do My Best Games and tinyBuild Games have just released a side scrolling action game by the name of The Final Station.  The Final Station is a zombie-like apocalypse game set in the future, with you playing as a train conductor, traveling...

Master of Orion Review (2016)

In 1993, MicroProse and Simtex shoved the turn-based strategy genre on its ear with the release of Master of Orion. Putting players in control of a massive galactic empire, the game had an extremely high replayability factor and fun gameplay...

The Solus Project Review

The Solus Project puts you into the space boots of an astronaut who crash lands on an alien world. The Solus Project is the latest in a long list of survival games to be released of late. They are all over Steam, actually, and that is a...

MilitAnts Review

I’ve been playing side-scrolling shooters since the first side-scrolling shooters came out in arcades and then on the first home game consoles.  If I didn’t own it my cousins did and, if by some freak of financial windfall, the...

Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus

Japanese culture has always been unique in its development and tastes but some of the most well known ways are those that gamers experience.  In particular would be the fighting games which have developed so much respect over the years that...