Category - Windows PC Review

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...

One Troll Army FREE! Review

If you play video games on the PC and haven’t heard of One Troll Army I am surprised, if you spend much time on Twitch I am equally surprised if this is the first word you have about the Midevil monster mash. However if you play games...

Postal Redux Review

Lately I have been playing a lot of strategic games, sharpening my mind while my body is resting.  I start playing figuring I might go for an hour – then three hours later I’m still playing, my eyes have become blurry and I need...

Corpse Party – A Review (PC)

Independent games have always been hit or miss with me.  For everyone that I find just beautiful and fun to play, there are twenty that I could not ever see myself playing another minute and that is only thinking about what is released in the...

Better Late Than Dead Review

I often just jump into games and start playing them without knowing all the much about them.  I feel if I get too much warning about a particular game, I might figure out the story too much, master the mechanics quicker than the average player...

Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak Review

If you were a PC gamer in late 1999 like I was, you no doubt remember the space-based, real-time strategy game, Homeworld, from Relic Entertainment and Sierra Entertainment. Homeworld was an incredible RTS built around a gripping, Battlestar...

Punch Club – A Review (PC)

Unlike that other fighting club, we are not breaking any rules by reviewing and discussing Lazy Bear Games’ newest creation, Punch Club.  Punch Club is a life management role playing game, where you take control of every aspect of your...

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Review

Anyone who knows me as a gamer knows there are two kinds of games that I am thoroughly addicted to: MMORPGs and first-person shooters. The funny thing is I’m not extremely great at either one, but I am always a solid team player willing...