Category - Windows PC Review

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t...

I haven’t played a Leisure Suit Larry game since 1987 when I tricked my mom into buying Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards for me at age thirteen.  Honestly, I’m not sure why I didn’t play any of the rest...

Tropico 6 Review

Just in case you have never heard of the Tropico series (I met someone who thought it was a sunscreen once… I think they were teasing me) it started as a city simulator that took place on an island which has had so many features added...

Yakuza Kiwami Remastered Review

When Yakuz Kiwami hit the scene in 2006 for the Playstation 2, it slipped passed some people but the true fans of sandbox games could not get a hold of it fast enough or get enough hours in the day to play. There were some limitations on...

Trials Rising Review (PC)

No other game gets me leaning on my couch like a good Trials game. Whenever I play a Trials game I find myself physically moving as if I was actually riding the bike, just to get that extra inch to make it over a barrier or to clear a huge...

Metro Exodus Review (PC)

Metro Exodus, the latest in the Metro game franchise from 4A Games and Deep Silver, brings players from the post-apocalyptic underground subways of Moscow to somewhere long-thought to be off-limits: the outside world. Taking place after the...

X4: Foundations Review

The X franchise has been developed by Egosoft since the beginning in 1999 right up until the latest edition X4: Foundations which you would think would wind up presenting a complete series of games just adding onto the previous ones universe. ...

Overkill’s The Walking Dead – A...

Overkill Software has been developing their Walking Dead game for more than four years, and it has finally been released on PC.  I, for one, was excited to finally get a zombie game from the makers of Payday that was set in the Walking...

The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep Review

Many of you gamers out there might remember a classic PC gaming series known as The Bard’s Tale. First released in 1985, Tales Unknown Volume I: The Bard’s Tale put gamers in charge of a party of adventurers seeking to stop an evil...

Jurassic World Evolution Review (PC)

Jurassic World Evolution starts off wonderfully with the beautifully detailed island jungle underneath the helicopter as it heads toward the landing pad.  Then Ian Malcolm, voiced beautifully by Jeff Goldblum fills us in on what’s in...

The Banner Saga 3 Review

The Banner Saga has always embraced a visual style similar to the cartoons of Ray Bakshi.  The scenery in the games are terrific and the characters are flushed out not just by their stories but how they look in the old Hobbit cartoons.  That is...